Glenn Kauffman serves as Lead Pastor at CCF and as Bishop to the cluster of seven churches in the Washington-Baltimore district to which CCF belongs. Pastor Glenn and his wife, June, served as missionaries in Hong Kong for 15 years with Eastern Mennonite Missions until 2008 helping to prepare local leaders to assume the full responsibility of church leadership. Glenn has also served in various international missions leadership and training roles.
Glenn carries deeply the CCF mission statement to love God, love people, and lives as disciples and reminds all that living as disciples of Jesus means we are called to minister in the way Jesus did to others.
Glenn and June live in Laurel, Maryland and are parents to two teen age children, Lia and Austin. Glenn and Austin are ardent Ravens and Orioles fans.
Caleb Kaye serves as Assistant Pastor at CCF and leads in worship ministries. Pastor Caleb and his wife Melissa have 4 children pre-school to early grade school age. Together they model parenting that reflect the conviction that living with Jesus as a daily reality ideally begins before conscious memory begins.
Pastor Caleb grew up in the area and worked in real estate and emergency rescue before his call and preparation for pastoral ministry became clear.
Pastor Caleb recently led the CCF worship band in producing a CD and wrote the title cut "Spectacular Joy".
Akeia Haddox-Rossiter serves as Assistant Pastor and leads the Outreach and Community Initiatives of CCF. She has a heart for seeking and serving God and a passion for evangelism. Through outreach and local mission at CCF, partners and friends are encouraged and empowered to be Christ’s hands and feet throughout the footprint of the Washington-Lanham area.
Akeia has made an intentional decision to utilize her background and education in event planning, community activism, photography, and hospitality for the building of God’s Kingdom on Earth. She believes that obedience to God’s calling is vital to those who wish to follow Jesus.
Originally from Moore, Oklahoma, with strong ties to Manhattan, Kansas, Pastor Akeia earned her degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Kansas State University. She is a Eastern Mennonite University STEP program graduate and serves on the Board for Eastern Mennonite Missions. She and her husband Paris have three children and live in Washington, DC.