Jenna Teerink and Josh Phillips were married Aug. 4 at the American Reformed Church, Worthington, with the Rev. Irwin Van Leeuwen officiating.
Parents of the couple are Roger and Cecilie Teerink, Worthington, and Craig and Pam Phillips, Pocahontas, Iowa.
Matron of honor was Alisa Weg. Bridesmaids were Mahala Phillips, Andrea Christians and Darla Teerink. Personal attendants were Sharon Artmann and Glenda Skeim. Flower girls were Kamryn Weg and Layla Phillips.
Best man was Jake Phillips. Groomsmen were Joel Rohlfing, Jeff Tuttle and Ross Teerink. Ring bearer was Raylen Teerink. Ushers were Ben Skeim and Sam Skeim.
Music was provided by Candy Fender, pianist; Aubrey Heger, violinist; and Andrea Christians, vocalist.
The reception was at the Worthington Travelodge with Steve and Jackie Kolb and Murl and Mary Rupp. Nora Olson and Lindsey Gruis attended the guest book. Mark Skeim and Nicole Luk served punch.
The bride has a bachelor's degree from Northwestern College and a master's degree in music education from the University of Northern Iowa. She is employed as the grade 5-12 band director in the Pocahontas school district.
The groom has a bachelor's degree from the University of Northern Iowa and a master's degree from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He is employed as an economics instructor at Iowa Central Community College.
Following a wedding trip to Kennebunkport, Maine, they live in Pocahontas.