Rev. Dennis Gill, Senior Pastor
Dennis and his wife Sue have served the Lord Jesus here at New Life Presbyterian Church since 2001. Having grown up in western Pennsylvania, he has enjoyed being back closer to his family. Dennis has a wonderful wife, two great children, and now three grand kids; they are his joy.
Dennis describes his previous pastoral experience, “The folks in West Virginia taught me how to pastor after finishing school at Asbury College and Reformed Theological Seminary. From the beginning, God, the Holy Spirit, has given me a love for the Bible, his Word, and particularly his people. I love bringing those two together.” His his great ministry vision is that the unity of these two things would occur at the church as people gather to worship the Lord, or while visiting in the hospital room, a living room, dining room, or anywhere he can find you. He firmly believes that through the Holy Spirit the truth of God is waiting to meet you in the Scriptures. By the particular work of Jesus Christ there is true forgiveness and a real relationship to be had in God.
Matthew Fisher, Director of Youth and Outreach
Matthew has been attending New Life since 2012. He is married to his lovely wife Heather. Together, they aim to build up the church in any place there is a need. Matthew worked as a paramedic for many years, and continues to occasionally serve in that capacity. While attending New Life he received his MDiv and has been laboring to serve the church and unchurched communities with the Gospel of Grace.
Harriet Chopich, Administrative Assistant
Harriet has been faithfully serving NLPC for six years. She is married with two daughters and four grandchildren, whom she loves spending time with. Serving the Lord and the church is her great calling.
Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
We have many Elders and Deacons who serve at New Life Presbyterian Church. If you need one of them for assistance, contact our Administrative Assistant and she will be glad to help you connect with the proper person.