Leadership

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Sunday Morning - 9:30 Classes, 10:30 Worship Service | Wednesday Night - 5:30 Midweek Meal 6:15 Groups

New Heights Chapel Leadership

Our Leadership is made up of both Elders and Deacons. Our Elders serve as a team of pastors with shared authority and responsibility. They provide oversight for the various ministries at NHC with a special focus on the spiritual direction and health of our church family. One of our Elders also serves in a full-time staff position as Teaching Pastor. At NHC, our Deacons serve in a support role to the Elders and help to facilitate the operation of the ministries with a special focus on stewarding our resources well (personal, facilities and financial).

ELDERS

DAN BENEDICT / DAN DECKER / DON KANGAS / JON KEVER / ROSS WOMACK

DEACONS

DAVID BRANCH / PETER BURNS / KEN FLEMING / JUSTIN KUHLERS / KELTON MEYER / ANTHONY REDFERIN

Jon Kever

Teaching Pastor

Jon is married to Charlene, and they have three children (Abby, Ella, and Brennan). He’s a graduate of Union University and Dallas Theological Seminary and is passionate about helping others understand how they fit into the larger story of redemption that God’s telling. He geeks out on coffee (from roast to brew) and theology, combining both disciplines whenever possible. He loves a good conversation and a good book. He’s also been known to stand knee deep in a stream with a fly rod attempting to outsmart fish with brains the size of peas (often failing). You can read some of his musings on life and faith at his blog, here.

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Jon is married to Charlene, and they have three children (Abby, Ella, and Brennan). He’s a graduate of Union University and Dallas Theological Seminary and is passionate about helping others understand how they fit into the larger story of redemption that God’s telling. He geeks out on coffee (from roast to brew) and theology, combining both disciplines whenever possible. He loves a good conversation and a good book. He’s also been known to stand knee deep in a stream with a fly rod attempting to outsmart fish with brains the size of peas (often failing). You can read some of his musings on life and faith at his blog, here.

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