Presbyterian churches are, by definition, lead by elders.
Each local church is governed by a body of elected elders usually called the session. Groups of local churches are governed by a higher assembly of elders known as the presbytery; presbyteries can be grouped into a synod, and synods nationwide often join together in a general assembly. Specific roles in church services are reserved for an ordained minister or pastor known as a teaching elder, or a minister of the word and sacrament.
Pastor Kenneth Lane attended Oral Roberts University, Covenant Theological Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary where he earned a Th.M. in preaching. He has served churches in Missouri, Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma before coming to the Bahamas. Pastor Ken has been active in youth ministry his whole career, leading camps, conferences and mission trips all over the country. He has traveled with Habitat for Humanity International to El Salvador to build houses, and has been on a pilgrimage to Israel. Pastor Ken and his wife, Cyndii, have been married for 35 years, and they have four grown children.
Our Board is responsible for the care of the property and finances of the congregation. The Board consists of all the elders and elected members of the congregation who serve as board members for a term of three years.