Bob is a 1972 graduate of Bloomsburg State College and a 1976 graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary. He was Assistant Pastor at Liberty Reformed Presbyterian Church in Randallstown, MD until 1980 when he came to Quakertown PA as mission pastor. The church organized in 1983 and he served as pastor till 1986. For the next 20 years he had a career in sales and marketing while also serving as Associate Pastor of Quakertown Presbyterian, which became Providence Presbyterian. Now he serves as Pastor of Ministry with his wife Carol.
Mark is a 1984 graduate of Lafayette College, and a 1997 graduate of Biblical Theological Seminary. Mark has been in full time campus ministry since 1985 and is currently serving with DiscipleMakers as the Lehigh Valley Team Leader and Senior Staff member. Mark was ordained as a Teaching Elder in the PCA and he serves as Pastor of Preaching at Providence Presbyterian Church. Mark is married to Shannon, and they live in Bethlehem. They have one married daughter, 2 children in college and one daughter at home with them.
Mel is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and he holds a Masters of Science from Iowa State University. Mel retired as a Lt Colonel from the military on January 1, 1980. After military retirement, Mel attended Covenant Theological Seminary and graduated in 1984. For 3 years Mel was an assistant pastor at Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church in St. Louis and Senior Pastor of Providence Presbyterian Church for 17 years when he retired in 2005. Mel is Married to Kay and they have 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.
James is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO and holds a Masters Degree in Theological Studies. He and his wife Elizabeth have one son, and live just down the road in Pennsburg Township. James is serving here at our church as the Pastoral intern where he will focus on developing evangelism and outreach efforts, assisting with teaching and preaching, caring for our congregation, and pursuing his competition of licensure and ordination in the PCA