Roy was born and raised in West Virginia and attended West Virginia University where he got his Bachelors Degree in Social Work with a minor in Sociology.
He has been married for over 14 years to his wonderful wife Chrissi and has 2 beautiful girls Morgan and Madison (WV counties, although it wasn’t intentional.)
Roy was on staff with Cru for 16 years and was the Campus Director at WVU for 8 years. He has been the Lead Pastor since April 2018. He is passionate about helping people understand the love of Jesus and growing in their relationship with God.
He also enjoys Taco Bell, skateboarding, playing guitar, sports and having fun!
Doug grew up on a poultry farm in New York state. Edie was born and grew up in Durham, NC. They met at Nyack College (then called The Missionary Training Institute) in Nyack, NY where they studied for ministry from 1951-1955. Doug was a theology and missions major while Edie studied voice and music theory. They were married in 1954.
The Miller’s pastoral experience stateside included four Christian and Missionary Alliance churches:
1955-1957 – Senior Pastor, Faith Gospel Church, Brooklyn, NY
1968-1985 – Senior Pastor, C&MA Church, Morgantown, WV
1985-1989 – Senior Pastor, First Alliance Church, Mansfield, OH
1989-1995 – Senior Pastor, Community Alliance Church, Butler, PA
Doug and Edie spent a total of twelve years in overseas missionary activity:
1957-1958 – French language study in Paris, France
1958-1967 – C&MA missionaries to Guinea, West Africa
Theological Education by Extension programs
Bible translation in Kpelle language
Pastor – International Church, Conakry, Guinea
Field Director of the mission
1995-1997 – Pastor, Hope International Church of Paris, France (currently Trinity International Church).
The Millers have traveled to numerous countries for international ministries in South America and Africa as well as ministering frequently in the United States at colleges, conferences and pastors and wives retreats. Doug has also served three terms on the C&MA Board of Managers and for one term as a member of the Asbury College Board of Trustees.
Pastor Miller presently oversees the intercultural and international ministries of the Morgantown C&MA Church. He works closely with the American, Chinese, and Korean pastors and their committees in the effort to develop an integrated community of believers with focused outreach to the intercultural and international groups in the city and on the University campus.
Doug is also responsible for overseeing the visitation program of the American congregation that includes newcomers, hospital and shut-in contacts. He is employed on a part-time basis.
It has been a delight for the Millers to return to Morgantown where they earlier spent 17 years in ministry. They consider Morgantown their home and are semi-retired. Edie is very much involved in a variety of ministries. They are both very excited to be still on the adventure of serving Christ with a view to hastening His return in glory to this troubled and confused world.
Pastor of Family Ministries & Administration
Pastor Tony grew up in and around the Atlanta, Georgia area. At the age of 19 he was studying commercial art at Dekalb Junior College when the Lord saved him and called him to the ministry. Within 3 months of salvation, he left to pursue God’s will at Bethany Nazarene College in Oklahoma. After graduation, he took a position as youth and children’s pastor in Oilton, Oklahoma with a non-denominational church where he also started a Christian school. It is during this ministry that he met Kathy and they were wed in 1975.
Shortly after, they moved to Indiana to help start a new church. During this time, Pastor Tony worked several jobs including mental health and aide positions for the emotionally handicapped and autistic. He was offered a teaching position with a local school and obtained a Masters in Special Education. After 11 years in the public school arena, Pastor Tony and his family moved to Scott Depot, West Virginia to take the position of assistant pastor and administrator over the Teays Valley Christian School.
He has had a 30 year ministry in youth and children’s programs and believes Christian Education is essential Monday through Sunday. He has served in such areas as Children’s Church, youth pastor, bus ministries, Sunday school development and was the Director of Education for a Christian school, a child development center and the education ministries of the Scott Depot Christ Fellowship. Pastor Tony has worked in the area of parental counseling and has held numerous parenting workshops in several states.
As the District Representative for the Association of Christian Schools International, he has counseled schools throughout West Virginia in educational development and spiritual direction. There is a poster that he keeps upon his office wall that truly describes his heart for family ministries: “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, the make of car I drove.... but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child..” He was quite surprised when the Lord sent him to Morgantown after 15 years in Scott Depot but his family has felt such a warm welcome from the church community that “rooting” in has been miraculously easy.
He is looking forward to what God will be doing in the days ahead as he continues his journey with the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church. As pastor of children’s and families ministries it is his desire to help parents in their responsibility of raising up young men and women for Christ.
Pastor of Youth Ministries
Corey grew up in Massillon, Ohio where he submitted his life to Christ in February of 2002. Since then, he has always been actively involved in advancing the kingdom. He earned a BA in Biblical Studies in Georgia from Toccoa Falls College in 2012. Corey saw God’s call to commit his life to ministry in 2002 shortly after experiencing the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Since then, he has dedicated himself to knowing God and making Him known. Corey has a great passion to see the power of the gospel transform lives. His heart is, above all else, to see Jesus Christ receive all the glory due to His name and see the gospel transform lives around the world. We are excited to have him as part of what God is doing in Morgantown!
He and his wife, Jessica, were married in 2008. They have three beautiful daughters, a son, and one departed son. They love to spend time investing their lives in people. Corey enjoys combat sports, good food, deep conversation, and seeking Jesus alone or with others. He also enjoys a great cup of coffee, music, and will do just about anything with our teens so he can spend time with them.
His life verse: Luke 16:13