Rev. Jason Hutchinson
Pastor Jason is married to his lovely wife Jennifer. Jennifer attended EKU and graduated from Baptist Bible College and Seminary. They have been blessed of God with four young men in their household: Peyton, Landon, Camden and Asher. He has been installed as our Sr. Pastor on March 22, 2015. He has come to us from Mountain Community Fellowship after pastoring that church for more than ten years.
Pastor Jason holds a Doctor of Ministry in Evangelism, Missions, and Church Growth Degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. A Masters of Divinity in Evangelism, Missions, and Church Growth and also a Bachelor of Arts in Education, from Morehead State University. Morehead, Kentucky.
You can email Pastor Jason at, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rev. Casey Southerland
Assistant Pastor of Children and Youth Ministries
Casey has been on staff since 1998. He is also a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary. He and his wife Kelly have six children: Cody, Kelsey, Lucas, Madison, Julia and Micah. Casey leads/participates in all the camp programs for our Presbytery. His ministry focus is to assist families as they seek to raise godly children in the Lord. He also serves on the Christian Education Committee and Missions Committee. You can find out more by visiting the Youth Page. You can email Casey Southerland.
Along with our Pastors, who are Teaching Elders, the Session consists of these men, Ruling Elders, have the responsibility to oversee all the functions, ministries, members, staff, and denominational activities of the church. Their primary purpose, from Acts 6 is the ministry of the Word and Prayer. They serve under the headship of Jesus Christ and minister in His name.
- Pete Gross,
- Christian Mastilak, Missions Committee, Finance Committee
- Phil Resnick, Missions Committee
- Aaron Roberts
- Jim Roughan, Liaison for the Women’s Ministry
- Mike Sharpshair,
- Ken Waeber, Clerk, Fellowship
These men have the responsibility to minister, primarily, to the physical needs in the life of the congregation and encourage service through opportunities to minister to the needs in the local community. They look to Acts 6 in order to fulfill those responsibilities.
- Matt Cook
- Michael Evans
- Spencer McLane
- Elijah Moreland
- Evan Sharpshair
- Ryan Corcoran
Some of the things they are able to assist in are: financial counseling, transportation, meals, minor home repair, benevolence, and encouragement. If you are interested in local outreach into the community or want to serve the needs in the congregation, the Deacons are the place to start.Email the Deacons