Sandra Campbell

For the past 7 years, Sandra Campbell has served as soprano soloist in the FPCK Chancel Choir, as well as Director of the Children’s Choir. Sandra began her singing career with Houston Grand Opera in 1991, and has been seen in over 60 Houston Grand Opera mainstage productions as a chorister and principle artist, including […]

John Cornelius

John L. Cornelius, II is a member of ASCAP and the American Federation of Musicians and his output includes a number of chamber works, orchestral works, and song cycles. He has also written, along with his collaborator, Michael J. Bobbitt, several works for the lyric theater including Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude, Bob Marley’s Three […]

Rev. Chad Erb

Rev. Chad Erb joined the staff, as Senior Pastor on April 1, 2019. Prior to his arrival, he served as an Associate Pastor at Grace Presbyterian Church of Houston and Westminster Presbyterian Church in Amarillo. Rev. Erb is no stranger to the Kingwood community, having previously spent 11 years in a variety of roles at […]

Joy Eigbe

Joy Eigbe came to FPC-Kingwood in 2017 from Kingwood First Baptist Church (her home church) where she had served as the Accountant for over 14 years.  Prior to that, she worked in the UK for over five years with The Leprosy Mission, a Christian Medical Charity in the UK.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in […]

Dr. Rob Hunt

Robert Hunt is a multi-dimensional artist whose accomplishments range across the spectrum of classical and popular styles and encompass organ and piano performance, conducting, arranging and church music. Rob is Associate Professor of Music at Lone Star College-Kingwood, and is the new conductor of the Kingwood Pops Orchestra. He is coming to FPC-K after serving […]

Beth Jewett

Beth Jewett came to FPC-Kingwood in 2014 from Michigan; she loves the church, but is still not a fan of the weather.  A biblical story-teller, Beth uses story to teach children and adults alike.  For over 25 years, she has served churches in children’s ministry around the country (Oklahoma, Georgia, and now, Texas), written curriculum […]