Jeff came to Ken Caryl during the summer of 2013 as our Associate Pastor of Discipleship and Missions. In April of 2015 he became our Senior Pastor. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. Jeff and his wife Kim have four children. The Gibsons have spent time living overseas in West Africa and Southeast Asia.



Will joined the KCC staff in January of 2016 focusing on our small group ministries, missions and discipleship. The Scotts have served with the International Mission Board for the past 17 years in Kazakhstan, Thailand, and Turkey prior to coming to KCC. While serving overseas Will worked in 50+ countries as an overseas correspondent and multimedia producer. Will is a graduate of Purdue University and holds a Masters of Divinity from Denver Seminary. He and his wife Susan have two children.



Sandy joined the staff of Ken Caryl in 2012. Prior to that she spent 30 years in executive management, operations and administration. Her responsibilities include overseeing the preschool and children's ministries, supervision of the office staff, security and the physical facilities of the church, along with other events and ministry needs. Sandy holds a master's degree in Biblical Counseling from Colorado Christian University. She and her husband Bob have been active members of Ken Caryl since 1986. They have three grown children, six grandchildren, and are raising a second adopted sibling family of three.



Scott joined the staff of Ken Caryl in March of 2015, becoming our worship leader. In September 2016 he took on the additional role of Student Pastor. Prior to moving to Colorado he was a Worship Pastor for six years in Nashville. Before moving to Tennessee, Scott served as the student worship pastor at a church in Arvada, CO. Scott graduated in 1995 with a BA in Communication. He and his wife Tammy have two daughters.



Janet became the Office Manager at Ken Caryl in May of 2014. She graduated with her B.S. in Accounting from Illinois State University and has been our accountant since 1992. She and her husband Rich have been active members of the church since 2009. They have two daughters and two grandsons.

Connie Diehl

Administrative Assistant

Connie became a member of the Ken Caryl staff in September 2019. She serves as the part time administrative assistant. Connie has been attending Ken Caryl Church since 2017. She relocated from Aurora to live with her daughter and family after retiring from 50 years of working in the Human Resources field. In addition to working in the office, she is also active in the children’s ministry at KCC. She has two grown children and four granddaughters.

Heather Moore


Heather Moore has attended Ken Caryl since July of 2016 and recently joined the staff in June of 2018 as our Preschool Coordinator. Heather's responsibilities include overseeing the nursery and preschool for Sunday Life Group hour and the Worship service. Heather also volunteers for our Wednesday mid-week children's program, m&m Connection. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University and Parker College of Chiropractic. She and her husband Dylan, have two daughters.

Kathy Matau


Kathy joined the staff in March of 2020. She has been a member of Ken Caryl Church since 2006. Kathy retired, after working 36 years for the federal government, in December of 2019. Retirement provided her even more time to volunteer within the preschool as she has for years, and led her to taking on the role of our Childcare Coordinator position. When not enjoying her grandchildren, Kathy loves to quilt. She has two adult children and two granddaughters.


Sunday Mornings
Life Groups: 9:00am
Worship Service: 10:30am

Wednesday Evenings
Family Meal: 5:30pm
Kids & Students: 6:30pm
Adult Bible Study: 6:30pm


Ken Caryl Church
8395 W. Ken Caryl Avenue
Littleton, CO 80128

Office: 303.973.1700
Fax: 303.973.3850


We're located at the corner of Ken Caryl Avenue and Carr Street, just one block west of Wadsworth and 1 mile north of C-470.



Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up, some dressed casual. So be yourself.


Jeff became the senior pastor of Ken Caryl Church in April of 2015.  He has deep convictions about the Bible being the inspired Word of God, meaning it is authoritative and life-changing.  The central message of Scripture that Jesus Christ died on the cross, rose from the grave, and is returning one day is something that needs to be shared with every person on the planet.  Jeff desires to see Ken Caryl take the message of Jesus to people in Littleton and to people around the world.
The Gibsons love calling Colorado home and enjoy getting to know new people in the Denver area.  Jeff and Kim enjoy raising their children, traveling, watching people grow in their faith, and being part of Ken Caryl Church.


What Makes Ken Caryl Church Unique?

Ken Caryl Feels Like Family

There is a great sense of “family” when you step in the doors of the church and that is certainly something the Lord Jesus has brought about.

 Ken Caryl is Multi-Generational

The church is very diverse generationally, which we see as an incredible strength.

Ken Caryl Wants to Grow and Be a Growing People

We want to reach out to those around us with the gospel because we want to be part of seeing more and more people put their faith in Jesus.  We want to be a people who are growing in our personal faith in and love for Jesus.

Ken Caryl is Going to Focus on Taking the Gospel to the Nations

We are going to take the message of Jesus to people who have not heard of Jesus.

Doctrine, Theology, and Affiliation

What do we believe about Jesus?

He is the Son of God and only through faith in Him does a person experience eternal salvation.  He lived, died, was buried, resurrected, ascended into heaven, and His return is imminent.  — John 14:6, Colossians 1:15-20, 1 John 2:23

What do we believe about humanity and eternity?

Humanity is inherently sinful and separated from God, meaning all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.  A person will spend eternity in either heaven or hell.  If a person confesses with his mouth that Jesus is Lord and believes in his heart God raised Him from the dead, he will be saved, meaning go to heaven.  Those who never place their faith in Jesus are separated from God for eternity in a place called hell. — Romans 3:23, 6:23, 10:9-10

What do we believe about the Bible?

The Bible is inspired by God, inerrant (incapable of being wrong), and infallible (incapable of making mistakes, never failing).  All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. — 2 Timothy 3:16-17

What do we believe about the church? 

The church is clearly seen in the book of Acts and is comprised of people who have placed their faith in Jesus and been baptized.  The manifold wisdom of God is made known through the church.  The church is to be a group of people who, together, devote themselves to the apostles’ teaching (Scripture) and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.  The church is not a building, but people who are to go and make disciples of all the nations. — Ephesians 3:10, Acts 2:41-42, Matthew 28:18-20

Is Ken Caryl denominationally affiliated?

Ken Caryl Church is a Southern Baptist Church (SBC) and has been so from its inception.  This means we are a congregation that shares doctrinal and theological convictions with other SBC churches, but we are autonomous, meaning there is not a denominational board or agency determining what the church does or does not do.  The distinctive characteristic for SBC churches is a willingness to cooperate in gospel endeavors.  For example, SBC churches willingly give to support missions internationally through the International Mission Board and nationally through the North American Mission Board.  We also give cooperatively to fund state Baptist entities, seminaries, and other national SBC organizations.  The bottom line, though, is that each SBC church is independent. To learn more specific details about our statement of faith you may expand and read the following document or download this pdf called Baptist Faith and Message.

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