The leadership of Christ Presbyterian Church consists of deacons, elders, and staff. The deacons are called to serve the physical needs of the congregation, while the elders are called to serve the spiritual needs of the congregation.
Joshua Blizzard - Josh is an Air Force veteran. He works for the Department of Defense. He is a graduate of Clearwater Christian College and the Air Force Intelligence School. He and his wife Avonlea have four children.
Eric Hein - Eric is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County. He works as a sales professional in the mailing and shipping industry. He and his wife Debra have two adult children.
Jason Shannon - Jason is a graduate of Grove City College. He works in operations management for the United Parcel Service. He and his wife Jeannine have two children.
Danny Hurtado - Danny is a graduate of American University and Capital Bible Seminary. He works for the Department of Defense. He and his wife Jessy have three children.
Jerry McKamy - Jerry holds a Ph.D. in nuclear physics from The Ohio State University and has worked for the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration for over 20 years. He and his wife Vicky have two adult children and six grandchildren.
Director of Worship - TBD
Jarred and Mary Ellen Callura, Directors of Children's Ministry - Jarred is a graduate of Duke University with an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering. He also holds a Masters and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University. Mary Ellen is a graduate of Clemson University with degrees in Elementary Education and Reading Education; she has taught a variety of grades and students with various learning differences. The Calluras have two children.
Matthew Roberts, Pastor - Matthew is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary. He and his wife Katy have four children.
Jeannine Shannon, Director of Operations - Jeannine is a graduate of Grove City College and Georgetown University. Prior to joining the staff of CPC, she worked at a local private school where she managed the day-to-day operations of the academic program.