Titus Martin, Pastor

I was born and raised under the hot sun of Phoenix, AZ to godly parents who loved Jesus and lived for Him.   God used their faithful teaching and example early in my life to draw me to Him.

After graduating from high school, I followed in my siblings’ footsteps and traded in the year-round Phoenix summers for the changing seasons of Western PA where I attended Geneva College.  Four years later I graduated (2001) with an Elementary Education Degree.

After College I developed a hunger to know God’s Word more than ever.  God opened the doors for me to attend the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (RPTS) in Pittsburgh.  While at RPTS, I felt a growing sense that God was leading me into pastoral ministry.  Shortly after graduating from RPTS (2005), I accepted a call to College Hill Reformed Presbyterian Church in 2006, where I currently serve.

After much convincing Alyssa Wing agreed to be my wife and we were married in 2010.  We currently live across the street from Geneva College and consider it a great privilege to be a part of this community…

You can email Titus at titus@collegehillrp.com

George Gregory, Pastor

Pastor George Gregory and his wife, Danielle, were born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. They have 7 children (two sets of twins): Joshua and James; Elijah; Samuel; Abigail and Jonathan (in Glory); and Elizabeth.

George served as the Associate Pastor of the RP Church of Columbus Indiana for 4 ½ years. After significant medical complications which would lead to the death of his son, Jonathan, Pastor Gregory took a short sabbatical from pastoral ministry where he worked as the Facilities Manager at the Second RP Church in Indianapolis for 1 ½ years. In God’s good timing, Pastor Gregory then received a call to enter back into ministry at the College Hill RP Church, where he began serving in August of 2018.

Pastor Gregory is a graduate of the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (2012) and of Geneva College (2010).

You can email Pastor Gregory at: george@collegehillrp.com

Ron Zorn, Facilities Manager

 I graduated from Geneva in 1978 with a BA in music, and in 1979 with a BS broadcasting and media technology.  I worked WDBA in DuBois for 2 1/2 years, and then for WMHR which grew into the Mars Hill Network, for 25 years as an announcer, then Staff Engineer, finishing as Chief Engineer before starting my own business repairing vintage fountain pens in 2007.  Robyn and I served as custodians at the Syracuse RPC for 28 years.  I served as a deacon for about 17 years, up to the time we moved to Beaver Falls in January 2014.  I’m enjoying having an opportunity to work in the background, and take care of my church family again.

 E-mail Ron at ronzorn@comcast.net.

Taking the Kingdom to the Streets

A conference sponsored by the College Hill RP Church

“As God’s people face increasing pressure to shrink into the shadows of the public square, Dr. Vincent Bacote’s call to explicitly Christian, practically productive social engagement is crucial for Christians in all theological camps and cultural contexts to consider.”

Rutledge Etheridge
Chaplain, Geneva College

Details

Friday and Saturday, October 24-25, 2014
$15 per person
Held at the College Hill Presbyterian Church (map)
Registration deadline is Friday, October 17

Speaker

Dr. Vincent Bacote is an Associate Professor of Theology and the Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL. He is the author of the The Spirit in Public Theology: Appropriating the Legacy of Abraham Kuyper (2005), and has contributed to books including On Kuyper (2013), Aliens in the Promised Land (2013), Keep Your Head Up (2012) and Prophetic Evangelicals (2012). He is a regular columnist for Comment (wrf.ca/comment) and has also had articles appear in magazines such as Books and Culture, Christianity Today, Think Christian and Re:generation Quarterly and journals such as Christian Scholars Review, Urban Mission and the Journal for Christian Theological Research. Heis a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Christian Ethics. He resides in the Chicago area with his family.

Schedule

Friday, October 24

6 p.m. Registration at College Hill RP Church
7 p.m. Introduction
7:30 p.m. “Public and Private Faith”
9 p.m. Wrap-up

Saturday, October 25

8 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts
8:30 a.m. “No Special Interest: A Universal Dimension of Mission”
10 a.m. Brunch
11 a.m. “Why Stay in the Game: Maintaining Vision Amid Hard Truths”
12:30 p.m. Wrap-up

Registration

Send your registration email to secretary@collegehillrp.com and include the following information:

  • Name
  • Address (City, State, and ZIP)
  • Phone
  • E-mail

Mail your $15 per person registration check to:

College Hill RP Church
510 32nd Street
Beaver Falls, PA 15010

Make checks payable to College Hill RP Church.

Registration forms are due by Friday, October 17, 2014.

Dean Smith, Pastor

Pastor Dean SmithI began to follow Christ seriously when I was a freshman at Geneva College.

Following Christ took me from being a pre-Law major to following his leading to Seminary and then into pastoral ministry. After spending a year working with Dr. Roy Blackwood in Indianapolis and a year and a half in self-supporting church planting in Columbus, IN, I was called to be the pastor at College Hill in 1971 and served here until 1990 when I was invited to Chair the Bible Department at Geneva. Shortly after I retired in May, College Hill called me to become co-pastor with Pastor Titus.

Nancy and I have three children, two daughters in the area and a son in Virginia and we have six grandchildren.

You can email Dean at Dean@collegehillrp.com

Pastoral Staff

Titus Martin

I was born and raised under the hot sun of Phoenix, AZ to godly parents who loved Jesus and lived for Him.   God used their faithful teaching and example early in my life to draw me to Him.

After graduating high school, I followed in my siblings’ footsteps and traded in the year-round Phoenix summers for the changing seasons of Western PA where I attended Geneva College.  Four years later I graduated (2001) with an Elementary Education Degree.

After College I developed a hunger to know God’s Word more than ever.  God opened the doors for me to attend the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (RPTS) in Pittsburgh.  While at RPTS, I felt a growing sense that God was leading me into pastoral ministry.  Shortly after graduating from RPTS (2005), I accepted a call to College Hill Reformed Presbyterian Church in 2006, where I currently serve.

After much convincing Alyssa Wing agreed to be my wife and we were married in 2010.  We currently live across the street from Geneva College and consider it a great privilege to be a part of this community…