Elders are the male leaders of the church who are also called pastors and overseers (Acts 20:28; Ephesians 4:11; 1 Peter 5:2). The elders are men chosen for their ministry according to clear biblical requirements laid out in 1 Timothy 3:1–7 and Titus 1:5–9. These responsibilities can be summarized in the following four activities: leading, feeding, guiding and protecting. Furthermore, the elders are always spoken of in plurality in Scripture because God intends for more than one man to lead and rule over the church as a safeguard for both the church and the man.

These are the men our congregation has recognized as elders.


Brett Wagner    Elder/Pastor    brett@cccgv.org

Brett Wagner

Mark Agness   Elder/Pastor    m    ark@    cccgv.org

Mark Agness


Deacons serve an important role within the body of Christ as they ensure the church is well cared for and that the various administrative and service-oriented needs are being handled. This focus ensures that the elders remain committed to the ministry of the word and prayer. The qualifications for deacons can be found in 1 Timothy 3:8-13 and include integrity, generosity, sobriety, a clear understanding of the Bible, a well-ordered home, and a good reputation with people inside the church as well as outside the church.

Andrew Moon   Deacon

Andrew Moon

George Hansen   Deacon

George Hansen