A St. Louis, MO native, Pastor Edward Morgan has been preaching and serving diligently in ministry since the age of 19 and has been in pastoral ministry since 2013. He served The Mount Church congregation for seven years and presently, with the inspiration and direction of the Lord, he and wife, Jennifer Owens-Morgan, an accomplished minister of the gospel and minister of music, launched Saved Through Love Christian Enrichment Center.
An effective communicator of God’s Word, Pastor Morgan is widely known for his practical teaching style which helps people apply the timeless truths of Scripture to their everyday lives. He serves on the Advisory Council of Calvary University, Warrenton, MO. He studied at Maryville University, St. Louis, MO, from which he has earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Business and Webster University's School of Business, St. Louis, MO - where he earned his MBA. Jennifer also studied at Webster University where she earned a Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication.
While both are career professionals, more importantly they are servant leaders who are passionate about the well-being and growth of the people they serve.
Married since 1999, they are the proud parents of four daughters and one granddaughter.
WE WELCOME YOU!
Thank you for your desire to become an active participant of the Saved Through Love Christian Enrichment Center Family. Becoming connected through church membership to a local body of believers can be one of the most exciting decisions in your Christian life. Just like commitment is a foundational principal in marriage, commitment to a faith-family is foundational to spiritual growth.
A NEW BEGINNING
From first to last, the Scriptures teach us that the Christian life is to be lived in the context of the family of faith (Ephesians 3:4-15; Acts 2). Joining a church is more than becoming part of a spiritual community. It is becoming part of a global community. The Bible knows nothing of Lone Ranger Christians! Far from being born again as rugged individuals, we are born into a body of believers of which Christ is the head.
Although it is in the church that we enter into worship, experience fellowship, and are equipped to witness, church membership itself does not save us. Walking into a church does not make you a Christian any more than walking into a garage makes you a car. We are rescued from God's wrath, forgiven of all our sins, and declared righteous before God solely by grace, through faith, on account of Jesus Christ (Romans 1:17; 3:21-4:8; Ephesians 2:8-9).
Let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking not the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.