Rev. Dr. David Barry / Senior Pastor
Dr. Barry was raised in the PCA in Greenville, South Carolina. He grew up attending morning and evening worship with his family, midweek ministries, and with regular family worship. He is a graduate of Clemson University (BA), Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson (M.Div) and Westminster Theological Seminary (Ph.D). His doctoral research in hermeneutics and biblical interpretation is now published by Fortress Academic as The Exile of Adam in Romans: The Reversal of the Curse Against Adam and Israel in the Substructure of Romans 5 and 8.
Most importantly, he is a husband to Katie, father to Eli and Abbie, and a forgiven sinner through the mercy of God in Jesus Christ.
Rev. John Moore / Associate Pastor
John Moore studied trumpet at Temple University. He completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in trumpet at the University of Miami. While living in Philadelphia, John played assistant 1st and 3rd trumpet with the Philly Pops Orchestra, extra trumpet with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and principal trumpet with the Pottstown Symphony, and Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra. John also was a founding member of the Westminster Brass.
John moved to Venezuela in 1982 and played principal trumpet in the National Symphony of Venezuela, Maracaibo, Venezuela, and in 1984, moved to Hollywood, Florida, where he played principal trumpet with the Miami Symphony, South Florida Symphony, Palm Beach Symphony, and the Miami City Ballet.
In 1991, John became Minister of Music at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Hollywood, Florida. After serving there for two years, he moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to serve as Director of Music and the Arts at Village Seven Presbyterian Church. John’s busy schedule at Village Seven still allowed him opportunity to play principal trumpet in the Pueblo Symphony and to be a member of the Denver Brass. In 1994, John answered a call from the session of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church to return as Minister of Music and full-time assistant to the pastor. He served in that capacity until 2008 and earned a Masters of Divinity degree from Knox Theological Seminary in 2006. He was called to be Minister of Music at First Presbyterian Church, Coral Springs, Florida, in 2008, where he was ordained as Assistant Pastor in 2013. He was subsequently elected as an Associate Pastor in 2023.
John is married to Jacqueline Moore, and they both are the proud parents of four girls: Kristin, Kimberly, Katherine, and Hannelore, and one boy, John Gregory. They are also proud grandparents of seventeen grandchildren.