Pastor Larry & Mona Mitchell
Pastor Larry Mitchell took over the pastorship of the Newport News Potter’s House Church in March of 2014. He has been pastoring within the Christian Fellowship Ministries for the past 30 years. During the course of his ministry, he has pastored several churches across the United States, two African nations; Zambia and South Africa, and has also evangelized in different parts of the world.
Pastor Larry Mitchell married his high school sweetheart, Mona, and together the two have enjoyed 33 years of marriage. They have two children; a daughter, Shelly, who is married and a son, Luke, whom is married as well. They also are blessed with five wonderful grandchildren.
Pastor Mitchell has a passion for people. He as approachable, available, and receptive. These personable attributes are seen throughout his preaching and his interaction with others around him. The messages he presents pertain to issues we all face and are presented in a way that is simple and easy to understand.
Whether you are in need of hope, salvation, or a deeper relationship with the Lord, Pastor Mitchell and Mona invite you to come and experience all that God has for you through His word, and prayer, worship, and relationships.
Pastor Mitchell is available to everyone for questions, help, or counseling.
Roman & Rosie Covos
Directors of Church Operations
It is necessary to have someone to assist the Pastor and his wife in care of the church. The ministry of door director assumes greater responsibilities during the time of church growth and while the Pastor is away. The door director leads local outreaches and Saturday night concert scenes. It is a privilege to serve the church in a ministry that is hands on and rewarding.
Luke & Rachel Mitchell
Children's Church Leaders
Our children’s ministry is designed to teach biblical principles to children from ages 3 to 11years old. We focus on developing bible knowledge through traditional Sunday school lessons incorporating puppet skits, activities, plays, and biblical characters. Our aim is to build spiritual foundations in children through education so that they learn how to develop a relationship with Jesus Christ at a young age.