Rev. Dr. David A. Hill comes to Pathways Baptist Church with 33 years of senior pastor experience. He has served in ministerial organizations as president, treasurer, and participant. Dr. Hill has served as chairman of the Hospital Chaplaincy Committee and a member of the community Child Abuse Council.
Rev. Hill earned his Bachelor of Arts from West Virginia Wesleyan College (1975); his Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1979); and his Doctor of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1989).
Rev. Dr. Ed Williams grew up on a farm in the mountains, moved to a small town near the coast, then back to a medium-sized city in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. After college, he worked in a recording studio in Sao Paulo, Brazil, enjoying more ethnic, language, and musical diversity than he had ever dreamed existed. He served as the Senior Pastor of Streams of Hope Church from 1991 until the Pathways merger.
Rev. Dr. Williams holds a BA in Religion from Carson-Newman College, along with an MDiv with concentrations in Missions and Evangelism and Ph.D. in Christian Ethics with a minor in Preaching from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Pastor Paula and her husband, Peter, joined Streams of Hope Church in 1996. She served in many capacities as a lay leader, including the chairman of the deacons, women's ministry leader, small group leader and the church chef before entering seminary to pursue a calling into professional full time ministry.
As a multi-racial family (Greek, African-American and Ethiopian), it is important to the Moutsos family to worship in a multi-cultural community of faith.
Pastor Paula holds a BA in Communications from Clark-Atlanta University, completed a 3 year ACF Certified Apprenticeship Program at Westin Hotel & Resorts, and earned a Masters in Theological Studies at Bethel Seminary of the East.
Pastor Clark was born and raised in the Washington, DC area. He served as the Pastor of Worship and Missions for Streams of Hope Church for 15 years prior to the Pathways merger. He joined Streams of Hope Church as a member in 1991 and joined the staff in 1996.
He has been active in missions all of his adult life, including serving as a missionary in Northeast Brazil (where he met his wife). He has led teams on overseas mission trips since the year 2000 and continues to organize and participate in trips to Brazil, Jamaica, Kenya, and the Philippines.
He holds a BS in Church Ministries from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.