We are a church for all generations, seeking to bring Christ into your daily routine. Worship and connect with us throughout the week to learn how to tune-in to God’s voice and develop a deeper relationship with Him.
Jason is a 29-year ministry veteran — serving as pastor, youth pastor, a national worship leaders presenter, and writer for Group Magazine. He has a Master of Divinty from Princeton, and just completed his Doctor of Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary. His passion is to help churches grow by connecting all generations to Jesus by translating the message of Christ into a language everyone can understand. Jason is also very passionate about his coffee.
Theresa seeks to help people discover faith in Jesus Christ and integrate it into the joys and challenges of their daily lives. She has a hunger for teaching people of all ages the word of God through Bible study. After a career in corporate life, Theresa graduated from New Brunswick Theological Seminary. She has previously served this congregation and Presbyterian congregations in Bayville and Toms River. One of 13 siblings, Theresa has a very relationship rich life but especially enjoys chasing after her two grandsons.
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80 people petitioned the Presbytery of New Brunswick for a new church in Red Bank. The first services were held in a building known as The Forum in downtown Red Bank.
A permanent location was completed at the corner of Broad and Wallace Streets.
New sanctuary officially dedicated
Rev. Dr. Charles S. Webster became the pastor. The church had a large membership increase, and Tower Hill hired multiple full-time employees — secretary, Director of Christian Education, and Minister of Music
Rev. Thomas T. Crenshaw became senior minister and put an emphasis on small groups and personal spiritual growth
Rev. Stephen E. Beard became senior minister. He fostered our church’s support for missions at home and around the world, encouraging active participation in local efforts to serve our neediest neighbors. During this time, there was also a large giving campaign that resulted in many needed church renovations and gifts to local, regional, and foreign missions.
Tower Hill belongs to the Presbyterian Church (USA), a denomination which has approximately 2 million members and 10,000 congregations nationwide. Presbyterians trace their history to the 16th century Protestant Reformation and are part of the Reformed tradition.
The Reformed tradition celebrates “the Church reformed and always reforming.” In others words, there are always deeper truths to uncover and better ways of living a life of faith. The Reformed tradition affords room for a broad spectrum of people and perspectives under the lordship of Jesus Christ. Tower Hill’s community includes folks who sit on all sides of just about every major political or social issue of our day who are united in the love of Jesus Christ and in affirming essential Reformed beliefs.
Learn more about the work of the Presbyterian Church (USA) here.If you have further questions about what we believe or theological issues, please feel free to contact one of our pastors who would love to talk to you further.