Pastor Daniel Henderson"

Pastor Daniel Henderson

Pastor Daniel Henderson is a native of Pittsburgh, PA. He came to Christ during his freshman year in college at Carson-Newman College and worked in the finance industry for a number of years.

After earning his M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary, he was called to serve as Assistant Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Blairsville GA, where he served for 8 years.

Daniel, his wife Sarah and their 4 children moved to Cochranville in 2018 when Daniel began to serve Manor as pastor.

Secretary - Robyn Fagan

Robyn assists Manor teams with practical tasks, enabling them to effectively focus on what God has called them to do. These are God’s ministries, and it is exciting to see how He is developing and unfolding them in our church family, community and beyond.

Robyn has been our church secretary since December 1983. She grew up in the church and has served in children’s ministry since her teenage years.

Robyn and her husband Larry have two married daughters and two grandchildren.


The church members are cared for and led by a group of godly men elected by the congregation.  These leaders meet the qualifications set forth in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.  These men are called “elders” and together they are the church’s “session.”

(Elder is translation of the New Testament word presbyteros, from which comes the word "Presbyterian”).

Shepherding:   Our elders care for the members of the church much like a shepherd cares for the flock of sheep.  Each member of MPC is placed under the care of one of our elders, who regularly contacts them to minister to their needs.



The church’s ministries of mercy and service are led by the board of deacons who are elected by the congregation.  These men meet the qualifications set forth in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.  While the deacons oversee our ministry of service, all church members are asked to serve in some way.

(“Deacon” is taken from the New Testament word diakonos found in the passage listed above.  The word literally means “servant” or “helper”.  While all Christians are called to serve, the New Testament also identifies the office of “deacon” that we specify here).