Pastor Ken Jumper
Pastor Ken Jumper first accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior
at the tender age of eleven, and committed his life to full-time
Christian service at the age of twenty. Since that time, he has
been actively pursuing the various aspects of God's call on his
life. This road has given him the opportunity to be involved in
Christian education, serve on several pastoral staff teams and be
involved in international mission work. His mission travel includes
such places as India, the former Soviet Union, Samoa, Haiti, Peru
as well as throughout the Caribbean and Europe.
Pastor Ken Jumper and his late wife, Connie, pioneered The
Harvest in August 1989. They were sent out by their home church,
The Community Church of Northern Virginia. Pastor Ken still serves
in this role today as Lead Pastor.
A graduate of Leadership
Lexington County, he is involved with the Lexington Business
Association. Pastor Ken has two married daughters who are active in
their respective churches, and three grandchildren--one boy and two
Pastor Ken was born in Cayce, South Carolina, located just
across the Saluda River from Columbia, South Carolina. He grew up
attending the First Baptist Church of Cayce, and later graduated
from Airport High School, where he lettered in several varsity
After high school, Pastor Ken moved to the South
Carolina's Upstate, where he attended Anderson College in Anderson.
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Erskine
College and a Master of Arts in Education Administration from
To remain active, Pastor Ken enjoys walking and golfing.
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