Pastor Dave joined Kfirst as Lead Pastor in April of 2009. Dave’s vision is to see Kfirst as a vibrant, life-giving community that makes it simple for people to find and follow Jesus. He loves teaching and preaching, and his passion for ministry is based on healthy relationships.
Pastor Dave and his wife, Anne, have been married for over 24 years and have three children: Camryn, Ethan, and Josh.
New to Following Jesus?
Deciding to follow Jesus is a big step and one we believe is best celebrated in community. We would love to hear about your decision and celebrate with you by sending you a small gift!
Gospel Mission Gift Drive
This Christmas the Kalamazoo Gospel Mission is providing free Christmas gifts for families in our community. During the week of December 19-23, they will be hosting a Christmas store for families to come and shop for gifts.
We are excited to partner with the Gospel Mission and help purchase gifts for their Christmas store as well as help wrap the presents. Click the links below for the gift shopping list and to sign up for a gift-wrapping time slot!
Our annual Christmas Candlelight service is happening on December 23 at 6:30pm! We are so excited to celebrate with you and your loved ones. Join us for an evening of worship and celebration for the birth of our Savior. It’s going to be a beautiful night!
Pantry Team | Guest Night
The Kfirst Food Pantry Team organizes food distribution to those in need in our community. The food pantry happens on the third Thursday of the month.
What Is an RSVP? The term “RSVP” comes from the French expression répondez s’il vous plaît, meaning “please respond.” If RSVP is written on an invitation, it means the host has requested that the guest respond to say if they plan to attend the gathering. For the fourth year in a row, we look to a group of letters often referred to as the “Prison Epistles.” These letters were sent from Paul while he was in prison to a handful of churches. To the church in Colossae, he sent them a letter that was an RSVP. It was his invitation to “please respond” to the transformative work of Jesus. The same invite given to the Colossians is now given to us. It’s up to us to say “yes” and accept the offer of a life change in Christ.