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PASTORAL TEAM

Pastors are those called by Christ and the local congregation to teach, shepherd, and care for His people in the local church (2 Tim. 2:2, Eph. 4:11-12). In the New Testament, this office is referred to interchangeably with the terms pastor, elder, overseer, and shepherd (Acts 20:17, 27-28).

                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

                                                    

                                                                         

                                                                

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Chris Ferguson | PASTOR

After serving the Lord in churches in Illinois, Indiana, and a church planting ministry in Kansas, both as a vocational and lay minister, the Lord brought Pastor Chris to Providence in May 2024. He trusted Christ at a young age and was called to the pastoral ministry during his high school years. He has completed a Bachelor's Degree in Bible and a Master of Arts in Bible Exposition from Pensacola Christian College and is currently completing a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

His foundational life passage is Matthew 6:28-33 which instructs to whole-heartedly seek Christ above all and trust Him for all of life's cares, concerns, and needs. He is married to his wife, Melissa, and has two wonderful step-daughters. Pastor Chris and Melissa love living in New Hampshire and are excited to be a part of God's plans for Providence as the church shares the love of Christ in the Epping, Raymond and Rockingham County communities.

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Ken French | ELDER

Ken has served PBC since February of 2009. Originally from Salem, N.H. Ken and his wife Patty moved to the town of Raymond in 1984. They have two grown daughters with spouses and two beautiful granddaughters. As a young boy, Ken spent much of his childhood in the sandbox, playing with trucks, building roads and bridges, dreaming of one day, being an equipment operator like his Dad. That dream came true and he has spent many years working in the construction industry as a crane operator... in a much larger sandbox! It was at the close of a Sunday morning service, at sixteen years of age, that Ken confessed he was a sinner. In his own words, "I knew that I needed a Savior and I wanted to give my life to Jesus, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12  Ken enjoys biblical history and reading the writings and sermons of many famous preachers throughout time and how they articulated the Gospel. The Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ has never changed, only the unlimited creative ways that believer’s can reach out to the lost. Ken's passion in life is to HOIST the name of Jesus high and share the Gospel.

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Scott Zabloudil | ELDER

Scott has attended PBC since 2005, growing from a teenager in the church body to becoming an elder. He was saved as a child and fully dedicated his life to Christ and doing the work of the Lord since 2002 when he realized that being a Christian wasn't just saying a prayer and attending church, it is fully dedicating oneself to God and following Christ's example. Paul describes this well in 2 Timothy chapter 2 as solider, servant, farmer, and athlete imagery. 

Scott found and married his wife Samantha at PBC, they now have 4 children, and try to serve faithfully in the church wherever there is a need.  He loves engaging and seeing the church body grow scripturally, in fellowship with one another, and their understanding of how we can be a light to the world. He especially enjoys ensuring the church body learns and understands the meaning of what we believe as Christians and having confidence in the things of God. The foremost of these things being that Jesus Christ, through his death, burial, and resurrection is the only way to God the Father who created all, sustains all, and will always be. To Him be the glory forever!

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Scott James | ELDER

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DEACONS

Deacons are those called by Christ and the local congregation to serve a practical need and thereby preserve the unity of the church (Acts 6:1-6, 1 Tim. 3:8-13).

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