Teresa was raised up in First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Muskegon, MI. She was ordained by the congregation and the Christian Church Michigan Region in 1982. In over 39 years of ordained ministry, she has served congregations in Indiana, Oregon, Michigan and Ohio. The last eleven years as Regional Minister in Illinois and Wisconsin. Starting Jan. 1, 2022, she also serves as RM for Michigan Disciples.
Rev. Dr. Teresa Dulyea-Parker
Three Regional Associates serve a pastoral and support role part-time in the North District, West District and East District.
acknowledged his calling.
Apostle Harvey founded Serenity Christian Church in Detroit, Michigan in 1994. God has and continues to bless Apostle Harvey as he leads the ministry at Serenity. In 2008, Serenity moved into its current location in Hazel Park.
He is actively involved in leadership in community and social justice organizations. He is a current Board Member of Lighthouse and the Hazel Park Promise Zone. He served as
Vice-Chair for the Metro Coalition of Congregations (MCC) organized by the Harriet Tubman Center. Also, he served as the Chair of the Detroit Regional Voice for Equity (DRIVE).
Apostle Harvey pursued undergraduate studies in Philosophy and Religion as a Lily Scholar at Wabash College where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree. He has also earned a Master of Divinity degree from Yale University Divinity School and was named a Fellow in Pastoral Leadership Development from Princeton Theological Seminary.
In 1995, he accepted the call to be the Director of United Campus Christian Ministry at Wayne State University, continuing with that ministry until 2006.
Apostle Harvey and his wife, Sandy, are truly committed to ministry, mentoring, and
demonstrating God’s love through their marriage.
Apostle Harvey is truly blessed! He is serious about building the Kingdom of God. He desires to see people saved, healed, delivered, liberated and walking victoriously in Jesus Christ.
He has served Disciples of Christ churches in nine regions and now lives in Frankfort, Michigan with his wife, Jennifer. They have three adult children.
Peter has worked and served in congregations across Michigan including FCC Manton as a student minister, FCC Petoskey as a youth pastor, and currently is serving Cowden Lake Christian Church. He also served Flemingsburg Christian church for almost 10 years in Kentucky.
Peter is married to Sarah Morgan and has two daughters, Harper, and Lucy.