Pastor Ken came to BCCC in December of 1998. Back then, the church was comprised of only a few families that met in an old barn that was converted to a community center. Since that time, we have made great strides in defining our purpose as a church and pursuing that purpose to strategically reach our community with the Good News of the Gospel. Pastor Ken's gifts and ministry experience are diverse and have enabled BCCC to grow and become an established, thriving ministry in our community.
Pastor of Community Life and Care
With an extensive background in both church ministry and executive business management, Pastor Rich has a unique set of gifts and experience which enable him to lead our Community Life and Care ministries. His role primarily entails the assimilation and sanctification of the church body. As such, he provides oversight, development, and leadership to various ongoing small groups. Additionally, he provides counsel and pastoral care to the congregation as needs arise.
Pastor of Youth
Having been raised in a Christian home, Pastor Micah was involved in church from a young age. However, it wasn’t until high school that he genuinely embraced the gospel and became a born-again believer. From that point on, his life looked drastically different: studying Scripture, sharing his faith, and seeking to make disciples. This passion led Micah to pursue Biblical Studies and Masters in Divinity degrees at Cedarville and Cairn University. Today, Micah has a heart for discipleship, teaching, shepherding, pastoral counseling, and—of course—youth ministry.
Scott’s role at the church is multifaceted. Along with leading the Young Bucks youth ministry, he also develops and teaches various adult small groups, assists in the execution of media and communications projects, and provides practical support to the pastors, elders, and deacons in diverse aspects of the day to day church operations.
Music & Worship Ministries Coordinator
Rebecca has a reputation for always having a song for everything and if people didn’t think she was crazy, she would prefer to sing at all times! She was hired by BCCC in 2009 and has enjoyed the experience immensely. In addition to this role, Rebecca teaches private piano and voice lessons, teaches a music and drama integration course at PBU, has a solo concert ministry, leads worship at retreats and also sings at various other venues.
Children’s Ministry Director
Rachael Booth attended Philadelphia Biblical University and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Education and Bible. She has worked as a building sub in the Bensalem school district and did two years of teaching 5th grade at Holmesburg Christian Academy in Philadephia.
Director of Facility Operations
Ron joined the BCCC staff in February 2020. Prior to coming to BCCC, Ron was a Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Course Instructor for 17 years at Bensalem High School. Prior to that, he spent 26 years in the Marine Corps and retired in 2002.
Lisa lives in Langhorne with her husband, Tim. They have two grown children, Sarah and Tim, who are both married. They also have three grandchildren, with another on the way!
Before taking on the role of custodian, Anne started as part time office manager in 2008 after retiring from the Bensalem Township School District where she had been a first grade teacher for 35 years.
Media & Communications Director
B.J. has worked as an elementary educator—both in person and online—for 25 years. He has developed a wide variety of parenting resources, blogs, and digital courses along with a YouTube channel under his parenting ministry called Jesus, Help Me Parent. B.J. also began presenting live parenting seminars regionally, guest blogging, and appearing as a guest on podcasts.
Julie has been serving in the Care Ministry at Bucks Church since its formation in 2018, moving into the role of Care Coordinator in January of 2023. She graduated from Cairn University (then PBU) in 2010, married her college sweetheart in 2011, and settled into Bucks County. Shortly after that, she and her husband Danny began attending Bucks Church. Julie counts it a privilege to serve both her church family, as well as her family at home where she enjoys being a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom of two.