Meet our Leadership
Ken Beauchamp was born and grew up in Nashville in the Shelby Avenue Church of Christ. Ken and Faye moved to Roane County in 1983 and lived in Rockwood. At that time, they attended Rockwood Church of Christ. They moved to Kingston in 1993. Ken is retired after spending over 30 years in healthcare finance. Faye has taught in the elementary grades for more than 45 years. Ken enjoys playing tennis regularly, cooking as often as possible, and he also enjoys participating in mission trips. Faye loves Bible journaling and sewing. They are the parents of three adult children; Leigh, Craig, and Brooks.
Ministry Areas: Church Fiscal Management; Community Outreach; Kingston Youth Group; Benevolence
Bill, served as an elder for the Kingston Church in the 1980's and again starting in 2013. He has been a part of the Kingston church family for nearly 40 years. He grew up in West Tennessee where he attended Henery County High School. After High School, he attended Freed-Hardeman University and the University of Tennessee where he graduated with his degree in Civil Engineering. Bill served as an engineer with the US Navy civil engineer corp during the Vietnam era. He also worked in project management and construction and retired after 35 years in the workforce.
Bill, holds his privet and commercial pilot license and enjoys hunting, working outdoors and fixing street rods. Bill and his wife Linda have a son and daughter as well as six grand children. He has been involved in missions work to Africa, Canada, and Honduras as well as teaching Bible Class for over fifty years.
Ministry Areas: Adult Ministries; KYG KIDS; Visitation
Ministry Areas: Church Technology; Missions & Orphans; Widows & Senior Care
Scott Woodlee, an elder at Kingston Church of Christ since 2013, previously served as a deacon for over 10 years. He has been a part of the Kingston Church of Christ family since 1964 when his family moved to Kingston from Dayton, Tennessee. Scott attended Roane County High School and Tennessee Tech, retiring after 32 years from TVA and 10 years with Volunteer Energy Cooperative. Scott and his wife Gail, a native Kingstonian, have a grown son Ryan (wife Holly, Grandsons Grayson and Turner) and a grown daughter Reagan, a teacher in Roane County.
Ministry Areas: Facilities; Fellowship; Membership Involvement & Attendance; Worship, Ushers, & Security
Kingston Youth Group;
Missions & Orphans;
Widows & Senior Care
& Attendance; Visitation
Church Technology; Church