Pastor's Page-Rev. Ted Stepp
Monterey Wesleyan Church is proud to welcome Rev. and Mrs. Ted Stepp as pastor. Rev.Ted,
his wife Emily and their family come to us from Eastern Kentucky to follow God's
leading in ministry. They have 3 small sons; Elisha, Jeremiah , and Isaiah.
Brother Ted is an ordained minister and has been in the ministry for over a
decade. He has also received training and education from Faith Bible Institute.
Bro. Ted has labored in various ministries including children, youth, and
outreach. He has also served as youth pastor at Highland Bend Christian Baptist
Church and Rosemount Church of the Nazarene. Bro. Stepp has spent the last
several years in evangelism in churches throughout Southern Ohio,
Northern/Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia with his wife Emily working along
side him. Bro. Ted has also served in leadership on several church boards as well
on the Peace Valley youth camp board.
Bro.Ted, Emily, and their children are so excited and honored to serve as Pastor at
Monterey Wesleyan Church; bringing a love for Christ ,and a love for and
willingness to serve others. They cannot wait to help spread the saving message
of Jesus Christ throughout Monterey.
Join us on Sunday, September 15th for Pastor Appreciation
Sunday as we celebrate our Pastor.
Let our Pastor and his family know we love them.
Starting September 1st, we will have a box in the
back of the church to put a special note, card, gift or
freewill offering for our Pastor. We are blessed to have them here.
If you have any questions, contact Angie Bohannon,
Vice-Chairman of the Church Board.
For the latest sermon, click the link below.
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All Sermons are now being put on YouTube as well as other specials will be added as well. Check it out. You know someone that cannot join us on Facebook refer them to watch on YouTube.
March 3, 2019
Fellowship Hall Dedication Day
The Gathering 2019 was amazing and challenging. The Holy Spirit invaded our space and it was out of this world. What an encounter not just with fellow pastors, old friends, nee friends, great leadership, but with an aw inspiring God that is about to transform us continually. This was a transforming experience for me.-Pastor Ted
for Rev. Ted Stepp and family
February 14, 2016
with District Supt. Aaron Sherman