Dr. William Blosch
Dr. Blosch received a Master of Divinity degree in theology from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City and a Master of Theology degree in Christian education from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans. He also has a Doctor of Ministry degree in church leadership and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Christian education, both from New Orleans Seminary.
Dr. Blosch retired from the Army in 2000, having served several years as a chaplain in the 82nd Airborne Division of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he became a master paratrooper. He also served in Germany and Fort Knox, Kentucky. He and his wife have served in deaf ministry in several locations, and he has pastored churches in Indiana and south Florida prior to coming to Chiefland. He was also an associational missionary for eight years in southwest Georgia. His primary ministry calling is teaching and equipping others to serve the Lord.
Our worship leader, Charles Brock, is a life-long resident of Levy County. Charles married his wife, Donna, in 1983. They have two grown children, Chad and Maegan, who are both teachers.
Charles graduated from Trenton High School in 1978. He has been leading worship services since he was a youth and served several other churches in the area as a worship leader prior to coming to Hardeetown. Charles was ordained as a deacon in 1990.
We are currently seeking a new children's minister. If God is calling you to that ministry, send us a resume at NCFLBaptist@gmail.com.