When the last Eldership at the Fairfield Church dissolved in 2001, the church accepted a plan to establish a leadership from men who could and would become Elders in the future. Thus the concept of a transitional leadership team was instituted. The current four men serving as transitional leaders were approved by two-thirds of those who attended a special congregational meeting for the purpose of confirming their nomination.

The prayer of the Fairfield church and the transition leadership team is that God will raise up men who will be desirous of and who meet the qualities of an Elder as outlined in I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.


 I have been a member of the Lord’s church since I was thirteen years 
 old. My active servant-ship has spanned the past seventeen years
 including the most recent three plus years with the Fairfield congregation. Prior to Fairfield, I worshiped at the Hilltop Church of Christ in Richmond, CA.

I have been married to my wife Rozalind for more than 30 years and we have three adult daughters. I enjoy working for the Lord in helping others as well as operating as a functioning member of the Lord’s body. I enjoy listening to classical and jazz music, studying cultural history and Oakland Raiders football. My vision for the Church at Fairfield is to have us become unified embodying the model described in I Corinthians chapter 12.


 I have been a member of the Fairfield Church of Christ for 26 years. I served as a deacon at the church for 5 years and on the Transition Leadership Team for 9 years. I have traveled to Central and South America for medical mission trips for 10 years. I have been married for 27 years and have 2 children. I am a physician in Family Medicine and have worked in Fairfield for 26 years. My interests include bird watching, bird photography and Nascar.



 I have been privileged to serve as the pulpit minister for the 
 Fairfield church since 2001. I have been married to Diana for 
 over 40 years and authored the book The Shepherd’s Side of  
 the Fence. I enjoy reading and spending time with those who 
 love the Lord. My fondest memory of ministry is the blessing of 
 baptizing numerous souls into the family of the Lord. My vision
 for the church in Fairfield is that we develop a unity of the Spirit which results in the bond of peace.

 I was literally born into the body of Christ. I was born to George and Geletha Reed in a church parsonage attached to a local church building where my father served as minister. Growing up in the home of a minister provided me with invaluable training in ministry and afforded me tremendous opportunities to serve in the Lord’s Church. I have served the Lord’s church as elder, minister, youth minister, and teacher.  I love to teach, share the gospel, and exhort others to claim the Lord as lord of their lives and live for Him. Additionally, I love to help individuals discover their true potential and find more joy and fulfillment in life by encouraging a strong desire to move from the physical to the spiritual element of life.