Joshua Casselman handles the education efforts of the congregation, focusing in particular on the Childrens Bible classes and VBS.
Chad McDonald handles the church finances
The original Greek word for deacon is diakonos. (1Tim. 3:8). The word diakonos and it’s various forms refer to one who executes the commands of another…a servant, attendant, minister (Thayer’s Greek Lexicon) The word primarily denotes a servant, whether as doing servile work, or as an attendant rendering free service, without particular reference to its character. (Vine’s Expository Dictionary)
In our English translations of the Bible we find diakonos translated in several different ways; servant, (diakonian), (Rom. 12:6,7); ministry, (diakonian), (Col. 4:17).
In general, diakonos is a servant and applies to every Christian, John 12:26, 1Pet. 4:9,10. But there is a more specific work of deacons. We know this because Paul lists qualifications that one must meet if they are to be a deacon, (1Tim. 3:8-13). Paul also mentions the deacons as a distinct group (Phil. 1:1) .
We can conclude then that, every Christian is a deacon (diakonos) in the general sense but not every Christian is deacon (diakonos) in the more specific sense.
Jon works to insure that our building is function properly. He handles repairs for the entire facility
Under the oversight of the elders, Ken oversees our worship service, making sure that all things are done in an orderly manner. He is in charge of scheduling and making sure qualified men are leading the congregation in God's worship.
Rick works to insure that our building is function properly. He handles repairs for the entire facility
Tom handles all visual and audio functions for Bible class and worship. His responsibilities include live sound and recording lessons. He provides FREE copies of the lessons on CD for those requesting.