Pastor Scott is a native of western Pennsylvania, raised near historic Saxonburg in Butler County. Scott did not come to the ministry directly. Instead, he chose a rather circuitous route to being obiedant to God's call.
Having been raised in the church, Scott has been active in ministry all his life. He began teaching Sunday school at an early age and participated in camp and mission work.
Scott went on to college at Liberty University were he utilized his gifts as a musician while completing a B.S. in Broadcast Marketing and Management. Eventually, this would lead to his employment with Salem Media at WORDFM/WPITAM in Pittsburgh.
Scott returned to school and earned an AST in Computer Electronics and Engineering Technology. During this time at Salem and in the midst of his education at ITT, Scott met and married his wife, Kimberly.
While raising two daughters, Scott and Kimberly would both leave Salem Media. Scott would continue on at ITT teaching computer repair, DC and digital electronics, operating systems and network protocols, and more. Though he loved teaching he could not continue to ignore the call to ministry.
The journey to get his MDiv. through Pittsburgh Theological Seminary was completed in 2011. However, it was during this time that he became Temporary Supply for FPCCS in 2010. Together the church and family worked to see Scott complete his degree. In October 2011, Scott was ordained, and the church called him to continue as their pastor.
Today Scott is working on a DMin. in Discipleship through Liberty University. Scott and Kimberly love rescuing dogs, particularly Italian Greyhounds, enjoy time with their grandson, Beckett, their older daughter, Lauren's son, and preparing for their younger daughter, Taylor's wedding to her fiancee Zachary. When they get a break from their busy lives, you will often find them on the back porch reading or find them watching period dramas. The Lord continues to pour out His blessings.
Marylyn is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in music. She retired from teaching music in schools, the last being Hillcrest Christian Academy. She has been involved in church music for over 35 years and has worked at FPCCS for 28 years.
Kimberly was born and raised in Munhall, the youngest of five children. She came to Christ in her early 20's. She is the proud mother of 2 daughters, Lauren and Taylor, the wife of Pastor Scott, and grandmother of Beckett Scott.
Kimberly has worked in a wide variety of executive assistant and secretarial roles in healthcare, education and non-profit organizations. Today she is secretary at FPCCS in addition to her position in the Mt. Lebanon School District.
Kimberly loves to share pictures of both her grandson and her dogs. All you have to do is ask should you spend time with her.
Karl is a graduate of Waynesburg University with his BA in Children and Youth Ministry and a current student at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary for his M.Div. Karl worked as a college leader with a youth group in Waynesburg for four years. He also has worked as an intern with the Pittsburgh Project's Summer Day Camp in 2011, Light of Life Rescue Mission's Education and Employment department in 2012, and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary's Miller Summer Youth Institute in 2013. You will often find him cooking or helping run his family's business. He loves superheroes and fantasy novels and will often find a way to work them into his lessons for youth group or a sermon somehow. His role models are Mister Fred Rogers, Nadia Bolz-Weber, Rachel Held Evans, and C.S. Lewis.
Pete grew up in Castle Shannon. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army having served a tour in Vietnam. Upon his return to the U.S. he worked for an insurance company where he met the love of his life, June, celebrating 48 years of marriage. Pete was a supervisor at cleaning company. He would later move to the U.S. Postal sorting office until his retirnment in 2005. Pete has been a member of FPCCS since 1958 and has been custodian since 1972. Pete is also an ordained Elder and an active participant in the Men's Ministry and a lifetime member of the Property Committee. Pete and June raised 2 sons and enjoy 6 grandchildren. Pete's hobbies include hunting, fishing and golfing.