Rev. Seth Young

Seth and Emily Young moved to Huntington to serve Christ Community Church in June of 2016. Seth is from Greensboro, NC and is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Covenant Theological Seminary.

Emily is from Springfield, KY and is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, where she also served on staff with Cru.

Seth and Emily have two boys, Luke and Drew.


Christ Community Church believes in a "Plurality of Elders" model, where the Pastor (a "Teaching Elder") and Ruling Elders share equal care and responsibility for our flock.

  • Mike Emerson

    Mike is married to Christine and together have four children (Dan, Alex, Chessa, Bria), two daughters in law (Natalie and Brittany), two sons in law (Cam & Derek), and two grandsons. Mike and Christine have attended Christ Community church since 1986 and Mike has been an elder for over two decades. He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1978 and worked with IBM for a number of years before moving back to this area to work with Huntington Steel & Supply Co.

  • CE Wilson

    C.E. has been serving along with others at Christ Community Church since its Bible study stage. CE is blessed & honored to be married to his wife, Kim. They have a son and daughter (Clint and Lindsay). CE is a graduate of Marshall University, and has been an insurance agent with Allstate Insurance for the past 33 years.

  • Alan Caudill

    Alan and his wife Sally have been members of Christ Community Church since 2004. Alan has served as Treasurer since 2010 and as Elder since 2012. He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and has worked in Engineered Projects and Construction for Marathon Oil since.

  • Dr. Gregg Terry (Pastor Emeritus)

    Gregg was the founding Pastor and teaching elder at CCC since its beginning in 1977. He and his wife, Jeanne, have a married daughter, Jessi, who lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband, Andrew, and their sons, Bennett and Hudson, and their daughter, Finley. Gregg graduated from Marshall University with a degree in history in 1969 and subsequently earned a M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a D. Min. from Reformed Theological