Many churches have lists of programs to help you connect with others in the congregation. You won’t find much of that here. Instead, we are an unapologetically relationship-driven church. If you ask “how do I get involved,” we won’t point you to programs but people. In the links to the right, you'll find the main ways that we encourage newcomers to connect with the people of CHBC, as we seek to live out the relational model of the New Testament church.
Ken moved to Washington, DC, after graduating from Maranatha Baptist University with a B.S. in Business Administration and an M.A. in Biblical Studies. He joined CHBC in the Fall of 2004. Ken has led small groups, teaches core seminars, and previously served as the Deacon of Children’s ministry, and later as the Deacon of Budget. Ken works at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In his spare time, Ken enjoys watching football, reading, running, and golfing. He and his wife, Kelli, live on Capitol Hill along with their young son and daughter, where they hope the Lord will keep them for many years to come.