To foster thoughtful and passionate worship of God through Jesus Christ for the transformation of our community in Ewing, Hopewell, and Lawrence Townships.
Pastor: Ken Buck
Ken has been serving as the Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church since May of 2013. He and his wife, Kathy, and their four children reside in Ewing, NJ.
Before coming to Grace, Ken served as a youth director and assistant pastor for seventeen years. He began his seminary work at Westmister Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and finished his MDiv at Princeton Theological Seminary in 2012. In his free time, Ken enjoys cooking, college sports (go Gators!), and almost anything to do with Philadelphia.
You can contact Ken here.
Assistant Ministry Director: Joel Estes (PhD candidate in Biblical Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary)
Administrative Assistant: Sonja Arevalo
Elders: Dan Bowen (Clerk), David Brown, Anita Williams
Transformational Worship: Worship is so much more than singing in church. We believe a life of worship is the action of faith, engaging the heart and mind through the Gospel.
Authentic Relationships: Since we are created in the image of God, we are wired to live in authentic relationships with one another. The Gospel creates the possibility for such relationships to be formed with others.
Missional Presence: The mission of the church is the exaltation of Christ and the demonstration of the transforming power of the Gospel both in the local community and around the world.
Church Multiplication: One of the most significant ways of advancing the Kingdom is through planting new churches. We seek to grow our church into a community of churches whose shared resources can better spread the Gospel to the world.
Leadership Development: We seek to build leaders in this church who desire to grow deeply in their love and knowledge of Jesus Christ and who want to see others mature in their faith. It has been our privilege to be a “teaching church” as we partner with students and interns through the local seminary.
Grace Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
This means that we are Reformed in faith, Presbyterian in polity, and Evangelical in mission. Like every EPC church, we hold to a set of core beliefs that are expressed in the Essentials of Our Faith and the Westminster Confession of Faith. We strive to live out the motto, "In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity."
You can find out more about the EPC at www.epc.org.