Teaching Pastor and Elder
Drew is the teaching pastor of Zionsville Fellowship. He graduated from Moody Bible Institute and received M.A.s from Wheaton College Graduate School in Biblical Exegesis and Theology. He is the author of Made for Friendship, Isaiah: A 12-Week Study, Matthew: A 12-Week Study, and provided content for Unfolding Grace and Unfolding Grace for Kids. Before coming to Zionsville Fellowship, he served with Grace Church of DuPage in Warrenville, IL. He and his wife, Christina, enjoy raising their four boys.
Pastoral Counseling and Elder
Eric Bobbitt directs the pastoral counseling at Zionsville Fellowship, and is an elder. An Indianapolis native, his education includes a B.A. from Indiana University in Business, a M.A. in Counseling Psychology and a M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago. His service in a variety of settings includes more than 20 years of pastoral ministry, along with experience in campus ministry (University of Missouri), substance abuse residential treatment (Chicago), and public school counseling (Fishers). He and his wife, Jan, reside in Zionsville. They have 5 children and five grandchildren.
High School Ministry Pastor and Elder
Taylor leads the high school ministry at Zionsville Fellowship, where he has been on staff since 2015. He received his B.A. in Biblical Language from Moody Bible Institute and his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Born in Phoenex, Arizona, Taylor spent his teen years in the Los Angeles area. He and Kirra were married in 2007, and they lived in Chicago for several years, serving in various capacities at South Loop Community Church and Holy Trinity Church. Taylor also worked in the hospitality industry during this time. They reside in Whitestown with their children, Eliana, Oliver, and Paxton and faithful canine, Winnie.
Bob has served in the role of pastoral care since joining the ZF staff in April of 2010. Bob oversees visitation to our shut-ins, elderly, sick, and hospitalized. Bob is an active participant with Kairos Prison Ministry and enjoys ministering to inmates. He earned degrees from Southern Illinois University, Butler University, and Indiana University, with his primary focus in education and business. He and his wife Roberta live on the west side of Indianapolis with their trusty dog, Jumper. They have one adult daughter who lives in Kansas.
Director for Connection and Care
Edgar serves as an associate pastor working in the area of pastoral care. In addition to visiting members of the body, he leads a Friday morning prayer ministry. Edgar also teaches regularly at Zionsville Meadows nursing home. Originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, Edgar and his wife, Caroline live in Indianapolis. They are blessed with two daughters and a son (Patience, Donna Joy, and Ejay). Edgar holds a BA (Hon) in Christian Education and Missions from Kenya Highlands Evangelical University. He is also a graduate of Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (Kenya) and holds a Masters Degree in Christian Education as well as a Masters in Peace and Conflict Resolution.