The image the Bible uses for leadership over the local church is one of humility and being subject to one another. It’s a model of leadership that involves exercising oversight, patiently guiding, and being an example, not seeking to be dominant or controlling.
The word “pastor” means “shepherd.” Learn more about the Pastors who shepherd us.
Dr. Jim Johnston – Senior Pastor
email@example.com | 602-955-6370, ext. 112
Rev. Ron Elwardt – Pastor of Discipleship
firstname.lastname@example.org | 602-955-6370, ext. 103
Rev. Julian Gibb – Pastor of Community
email@example.com | ext. 109
A.C. Caswell – Pastor of Students and Missions
firstname.lastname@example.org | ext. 123
Dr. Luke Lusted – Pastor of Music and Administration
email@example.com | ext. 124
Dr. Luke Lusted, Administration & Operations
A.C. Caswell, Finance
Rev. Ron Elwardt, Capital Campaigns
An elder is someone whose faith is mature enough to guide others. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elder Selection Process
- Church members submit elder nominations by December 15 of each year.
- Elders determine nominees to be recommended to the congregation for review and consideration.
- Church members provide feedback to the Elders regarding the nominees.
- Elders review all congregational feedback and then by unanimous vote present new elders to be affirmed by the congregation at the Annual Meeting in May of each year.
Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood. –Acts 20:28