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Minister

Curtis Matthewson Page, American minister. Ordained Presbyterian Church, 1971.

Background

Page, Curtis Matthewson was born on October 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles N. and Alice Matthewson Page.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Arizona State University, 1968. Master of Divinity, San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1971. Doctor Ministry, San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1985.

Career

Pastor, Ketchum (Idaho) Presbyterian Church, 1972-1980; pastor, Kirk O'The Valley Presbyterian Church, Reseda, California, 1980-1990; campaign director, Kids 1st Education Reform Partnership, Los Angeles, 1990-1991; senior pastor, Orangewood Presbyterian Church, Phoenix, 1991-1993; senior pastor, First Meridian Heights Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, since 1993. Member committee Church Development, Indiana, since 1995. Board directors Express Public, Ketchum.

Achievements

  • Ordained Presbyterian Church, 1971.

Membership

Chairman committee on preparation for the ministry, San Fernando, California, 1988-1990. Chairman Ketchum City Zoning Commission, 1979-1980. Los Angeles Mayor's Citizen's Advisory Task Force on Ethics, 1990.

Co-chairman Voice Community Organization Los Angeles, 1988-1990. Chair Family CARES, Indianapolis, since 1995. Founding pastor AliveTime, 1995.

Leading innovator in mainline Protestant worship and urban ministry.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, snow skiing, coaching softball.

Connections

Married Martha Poitevin, February 12, 1977. Children: Allison, Charles, Abigail.

father:
Charles N.

mother:
Alice Matthewson Page

spouse:
Martha Poitevin

child:
Allison Page

child:
Charles Page

child:
Abigail Page