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Pastor/Teacher Bradley Darr, D.Min.

     Pastor-Teacher-Elder Bradley Darr (Brad) has been a pastor for over twenty-five years. Pastor Brad holds degrees from: Southeastern Bible College, Christian Bible College (Th.M.), Andersonville Theological Seminary (D.Min.), with other academic work done through Moody Bible Institute and Geneva Reformed Seminary (Biblical Hebrew).

      Pastor’s focus is on teaching the whole counsel of the Word of God and encouraging all the congregants to worship the Lord in Spirit and Truth. Pastor Brad believes that the church is governed by a plurality of Elders (Dan & Brad) with help from Deacon's and all who serve the local church. 

     Pastor Brad, firmly believes, that the church is a term for people who desire to Love God, Love Church and Love Others. The church is not a building but a people who happen to meet at a specific time on the corner of Town St. and Henry St. in Kendallville, Indiana.  Pastor has a few sayings that he repeats often. One of them is this: "I do not care where you have been but only where you are going!". Meaning? We all have a past but our future is bright because the SON OF GOD is the light of glory. When He shines on us and in us we cannot help but to grow and glow!  Broken and real people are welcome here!

     Pastor loves Notre Dame football, Harley Davidson Motorcycles, fall weather but most of all pastor loves Jesus, his family: Benjamin (USAF Ret.) & Sabrina, grand-children: Benjamin II & Daisy Lee, Hannah & Son-in-Law: Dylan, and Ian (College Student @ PURDUE-Indy) and his church family. 


Governing / Teaching Elder Daniel Trowbridge has been a faithful man of God at Harvest Community Church for many years! Dan is quiet by nature but when he does speak up - it is often profound and very scriptural.  Dan is an excellent teacher of the Word. His wife Dena is his rock and Dan loves all his kids and grand-kids! Dan loves the Lord, loves to worship his Lord, and seeks to honor the Lord in his daily life. He is a "da-bears" fan and can be seen wearing blue and orange when they play ball during the football season.