LEAD PASTOR: Rev. James E. Carver
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: Susan L. Zimmerman
DIRECTOR OF CONNECTIONS: Sue Burrell
DIRECTOR OF CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP: Sandy Brace
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH AND CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES: Janis Zimmerman – Fahy
DIRECTOR OF BELL, JUNIOR, CHILDREN’S CHOIRS, and CHANCEL CHOIR: Jane Richards Nechin
ORGANIST: James Smith
Leadership Council & SPR*
This lay-leader team consists of seven-twelve members plus the Lead Pastor, whose passion for faith growth is matched by a willingness to be held accountable for faith growth, and have a passion for carrying out the function of defining policies to enable the church to further its’ vision, with a focus on the future of the church through discipleship and mentoring.
Members of the Leadership Council: Susan Burrell, Linda Pavlick*, Ken Spafford,* Chris Lukens, Bob Miller*, Glenn Hatfield, Suren Pakhtigian, and Chuck Baer.
Disciple Ministry Team
Our Disciple Ministry Team (DMT) is in the process of being restructured. The Ministry of Sanctuary is based on the 5 purposes given to The Church by Jesus: Worship, Fellowship, Discipleship, Ministry, and Evangelism.
Congregational Care Team
The purpose of the Congregational Care Team is so that the church will be built up as the body of Christ particularly in the area of Congregational Care. In its early history as recorded in the Book of Acts, the Church instituted an order of consecrated ministers to personify or focus the servant hood to which all Christians are called. Those who comprise this team are in line with that legacy and they will work with the Pastor in caring for the needs of those undergoing affliction especially those who are infirmed.
Members of the Congregational Care Team are: Jim Carver, Sue Burrell, Rick Brutko, Helen Roth, Mary Kay Cassidy, Bruce Kinsey, and Phyllis Gannon.
The Trustees dutifully oversee the everyday care and maintenance of the church building and grounds.
Members of the Trustee Team: Bob Kopenhaver, Bob Miller, Dale Hollenbach, Phyllis Gannon, Bill Hurni, Carl Gravely, and Rick Brutko.