Pastor Moses grew up in New York and relocated to New Jersey for a few years before finally calling Boston his home for the better part of the last decade. Upon graduating from Boston College in 2009, he served on staff full-time with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship for one year before returning to school. Moses completed his MDiv at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in the summer of 2013 and is an ordained minister in the PCA. He loves Jesus, his wife Jane and Christ The King. Moses is excited about what God is doing in Dorchester and longs for the rule and reign of Jesus Christ (His kingdom) to be extended throughout the entire city of Boston.
Director of Children's Ministries
Katie has been part of CTK Dorchester for the past four years. After studying elementary education at Gordon College, she worked with children through several AmeriCorps programs and nonprofits in Boston. She is currently an elementary school teacher in Dorchester with the Boston Public Schools. Her desire is that the children in her neighborhood know the love of Christ, and she is grateful to have the opportunity to share that love through Children’s Church, King’s Kids, and Vacation Bible School.
Director of Operations and Community Partnerships & Outreach
Keith and his family have called Dorchester home for over a decade. Originally an Army brat, the question "Where are you from?" has a complicated answer for Keith. He grew up moving every few years, but landed in Dorchester in 2002, when he got married to his wife Sarah, came on full-time staff at The Boston Project Ministries, and they moved to the neighborhood. At The Boston Project, a Christian community development organization, he and Sarah served in various roles working with families, youth, volunteers, and neighborhood initiatives. After many years in the non-profit world, his hope is to equip and empower the Church to step more fully into its call to be an agent of God's shalom in our communities. Keith is currently studying towards his Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's Boston Campus (CUME). He and Sarah have three energetic boys, and they love having adventures together in Dorchester and beyond.