Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church is a congregation that

values diversity of belief.  Whether you are full of faith or full of doubt

you'll find people who have been there

and accept you for where you are.

Our Pastor

The Rev. Dr. Bradley Walker joined our staff as our Interim Pastor at the end of March 2019. Dr. Walker, who prefers to be called Brad, was ordained in 1989. He received a Doctorate of Ministry in 2012. In his 30-year career he has served as pastor in churches in Arkansas and Texas small towns. He has been both associate pastor and pastor in larger churches in Mobile, AL. He served as pastor and head of staff in a 500-member church in Topeka, KS for over 7 years where he served as a hospice chaplain.

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Our staff is a dynamic team that facilitates the ministries of CHPC

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  • Carlene grew up in Nashville. She earned her Bachelor of Music from Belmont University and Master of Music from UT in Knoxville (thus, a Vol fan!). While serving as Director of Music in her second church, she met and married husband Vance, a United Methodist minister. Upon his retirement, they and son Brad moved to Johnson City. Carlene taught at Milligan College before opening her own teaching studio and allowing her to work with children, her. She has been organist at CHPC since fall of 2003, and is now serving as the Music Director. Carlene loves to work in her yard, hike, eat out, read, and play with Haydn the cat.

  • Jan was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee and attended Trinity College in Dunedin, Florida. While in Florida, she met her husband, Gene, in a local church and they were married two years later. They spent the first 32 years of our marriage in the Clearwater and Hudson, Florida area, where they raised their three children—David, Sarah and Nathan. In May of 2009 Jan and Gene moved to the Kingsport area to be closer to her family. It is so great to be back in Tennessee and enjoying mountain views once again! 

    Jan's hobbies include spending time with her family, playing with their granddaughter, gardening, taking long walk with her dogs, baking bread and reading.

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Our Vision

Our Vision is to be a community committed to

prayer, radical hospitality, and intentional invitation


+ If you spend any time with us you'll find a church that spends a lot of time praying for each other. 

+ We also have a team of individuals that are constantly praying for the needs of the church and the prayer requests sent to them.  


+ We are a people that welcome ALL individuals into our community. That's what radical hospitality means to us. 

+ ALL people are welcome to worship, pray, eat, seek spiritual answers, and enjoy life with our community. 

This type of radical hospitality plays out in a variety of ways. 

+ We have families of all configurations with children of all abilities who eat a meal together on Wednesday evenings.

+ We have small groups of adults who meet in each others home to pray together and talk about faith. 

+ We have mission groups that gather people from all walks of life to serve our community. 


+ If you've ever felt hurt or let down by the church... give us a chance. 

+ You won't find judgment here. 

+ If you're looking for an active community of faith that is open to ALL people... give us a chance. 

+ If you're looking to grow your faith and give back to your community... give us a chance. 

We'd love to get to know you and support you. You can join us in worship. 


Coming soon... 

a short video about our past, present and our future

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