James began at Faith Fellowship as an intern in 2010, working in mens’ ministry, small group discipleship, outreach events, and teaching. James completed his training with Faith Fellowship, eventually becoming ordained an Associate Pastor in 2017.
Originally trained to be a financial analyst, he holds a bachelor’s degree in financial information and analysis from Clarkson University, and is completing his Master’s in ministry through the Antioch School of Church-planting and Leadership Development.
He and his wife Nicole (see below) live just outside of the city, and are parents to three kids.
Mike began his journey with Faith Fellowship in 1979, the year the church was founded. He trained under the founding pastor, Dave Larkin for many years, serving as the Associate Pastor and later becoming the Senior Pastor in 1991. Mike served for 27 years in this position, before stepping down in 2018 to work part-time as a teaching pastor. He now works primarily in developing and teaching discipleship curriculum and helping young leaders recognize and develop their gifts.
Mike and his wife Connie raised their two children and lived in Watertown for most of those years, just recently moving to the Black River area where they built a new home.
Music Ministry Director
Nicole grew up in Faith Fellowship, developing a love for worship music. Nicole trained under then-Associate Pastor Tim Grant for several years before attending and graduating from Crane School of Music. She now holds a Master’s in music education from Stephen Austin University.
Pastor James and Nicole met at one of the church’s Connect groups in 2010, and were married the following year. They share a passion for foster care, speaking, and traveling whenever they can.
Andy and Jaqueline King
KidsChurch and FFYouth Directors
Andrew and Jaqueline became a part of Faith Fellowship in 2001, working in music ministry and KidsChurch environments for many years. They took over FFYouth and KidsChurch together in 2017, integrating a number of new community-outreach ideas into the ministry.
Andrew and Jaqueline live in Watertown, where they homeschool their two daughters. They share a love of travel, trying new food, and live music.