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To bring people into a growing relationship with the Lord!


 Leadership Team

Keith & Jan WarnerKeith Warner, Senior Minister and wife, Jan – since 2012

Keith graduated from High school in 1988. He joined the Army where he served in the Infantry for 2 years, then transferred to the Air Force for almost 6 years. In 2002, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry from St. Louis Christian College. He has continued his education by receiving his Masters of Divinity from Lincoln Christian University and is also currently enrolled in the Doctoral Program.

Keith is joyfully married to Jan. They have 4 children: Kellie (married and lives in Paris IL.), Jennifer (Married and lives in St. Louis Mo), Erika (Student at St. Louis Christian College), and Lance (sophomore in High school). Keith and Jan have two grandchildren and a third is due in January. Jan graduated from St. Louis Christian College with a degree in Christian Ministry. She has also continued her education by receiving a Masters in Counseling from Lincoln Christian University.

The Brittons

Dustin Britton, Student Minister and wife, Kim Britton – Since March 2013

Education:  Dustin grew  up in Veedersburg, IN. He  graduated from Fountain Central High School in 2002 and was a member of Sterling Christian Church. He then went to Vincennes University and eventually transferred to Lincoln Christian University. He graduated from LCU’s Hargrove School in 2011 where he received a Bachelor of Arts in General/Youth Ministry.

He met his wife Kim while attending LCU and they have been married for 5 years! Kim graduated from LCU and Illinois State University with degrees in Bible and History. She is currently a high school history teacher. She is originally from Fairview Heights, IL.

Kim is filling in as our Children’s Minister as we must sadly say goodbye to Jo and the Leggett family. They will be moving away sometime this summer as God has called them to a new place.

Matt & Kara Porter, Children’s Ministry Directors – Starting January 2015

We would like to welcome back Matt and Kara Porter as our Children’s Ministry Directors. Matt and Kara were members of Cayuga Christian Church in the past and served in various areas of the youth program. Matt is a local boy who grew up in Dana and graduated from North Vermillion. He currently works for ISU as the manager of their Outdoor Recreation Center. Kara is from Terre Haute and currently teaches at North Vermillion Elementary. Needless to say, they are passionate about our community and kids and are excited about joining the ministry team at Cayuga Christian.

Support Staff

Secretary/Office Manager:  Lisa Morgan – email:

Secretary:  Brenda Ruark – email:

Custodian:  Debbie Harding and Randee Bennett

Preschool Staff

Co-Directors:  Amy Sheppard ( & Lisa Morgan (

Teachers:  Angie Crowder and Trisha Newman

Alongside the Ministry staff,  the Cayuga Christian Church is led by a team of Elders, Deacons, Deaconesses and Ministry Teams.

Elders:  Elders are men who are nominated by the church members and serve as the overseers of the ministry of the church body for a two-year term. The qualifications (traits) of an Elder are scripturally specified in 1 Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:5-9.

Deacons:  Deacons are men who are also nominated by the church members and serve a two-year term. They serve specifically alongside the Elders on the church board and assist in discussing, evaluating, and making decisions for the ministry of the church. The qualifications (traits) of a Deacon are scripturally specified in 1 Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:5-9.

Deaconess: The Deaconesses are women nominated by the church members to serve a two-year term.  Their primary role is to prepare communion for the weekly worship service, and special services scheduled (Maundy Thursday, Christmas Eve, etc …). They also serve on one of the Ministry Teams or are active in serving in another capacity.  (Romans 16:1)

Ministry Teams:  Much of the ministry endeavors of Cayuga Christian happen through the involvement of our Ministry Teams. Each team has a unique ministry focus and is made up of individuals who are committed to working together to improve the specified ministry of that team. Every church member is encouraged to participate at some level with a ministry team.

What we believe:

Please download our full doctrinal statement.