Pastor Billy Henderson

billy Billy and his wife, Brenda, were both part of the original group of college students who planted Lexington Christian Fellowship from a Bible study that started in 1974. Today, they still work with the same group of friends to give vision and direction to the CF congregations. It is Billy’s heart to see several small churches planted throughout Central Kentucky. He is the primary pastor at LCF. Billy and Brenda have five adult children who serve the CF congregations in different capacities. Billy is also the headmaster of Mars Hill, where he teaches Kentucky History, government and Senior Seminar. He and Brenda launched the cooperative when their children reached middle school.

Elder Tom Vogel

tom Tom Vogel and his wife, Susan, have helped carry the ministry and leadership load since they joined LCF in 1993. Tom is an ordained elder and leads a home fellowship. He and Susan have opened their home to hundreds of people over the years, and their farm has become a favorite spot for Sunday brunch and creekside baptisms. Tom is an engineer for Funai, and he and Susan have five adult children who serve across the CF congregations. Susan helps manage Mars Hill, the cooperative associated with the CF churches, where both she and Tom teach.

Elder Matt Henderson

Matt Henderson is the most recently ordained elder in the church. Having grown up in the church Matt was one of the first graduates of Mars Hill. Through the years he has served the church in many ways. Being well acquainted with university life, Matt participated in the men’s discipleship house along with evangelism work on the University of Kentucky campus. He has been working closely with elder Tom to lead the men in discipleship. Matt is married to Andrea and they both have 3 children. As a couple, they lead a homegroup and have been putting in work to facilitate child training for parents.

Deacon Kent Pittard

kent Kent Pittard and his wife, Melissa, serve the body in several ways. Kent was officially ordained as a deacon in 2000 but has been serving the church’s practical needs for the last 25 years. He and Melissa have five children; they both also teach at Mars Hill. Kent, who manages Milk and Honey Preschool, leads a home fellowship, and his family hosts the most popular CF event of the year: The 4th of July Hotdog Extravaganza.