SENIOR PASTOR, KENNETH E. KLETT
Pastor Klett was born and raised in Hopewell, NJ a small historic town near Princeton. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in political science he attended Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia where he received his Master of Divinity. He and his wife Laurie were married in 1988 and they soon moved to NJ where he served in two PCA churches on the coast, the first as an Associate for five years and then as Senior Pastor for ten years. Ken and Laurie have seven children, Faith, Leah, Susannah, Abby, Kenneth, Jonathan and Nathaniel.
Pastor Klett came to Covenant in the summer of 2006 and serves the church in the ministry of the Word along with the other aspects of pastoral ministry.
ASSOCIATE PASTOR, TEDD SUTTON
Pastor Tedd was born and raised in San Diego, California. Shortly after graduating High School and giving college a brief shot, he joined active duty in the United States Coast Guard. He served six years on active duty and is still currently serving in the Reserves. Pastor Tedd is married to his beautiful wife Kylie, and together they have five children (4 boys and a girl; one of their five boys is with the Lord). Upon getting out of active duty he enrolled at San Diego Christian College where he received a BA in Biblical Studies. He attended Westminster Seminary California and received his Masters of Divinity in May of 2018. During his time in Seminary he served as a Pastoral Intern at New Life Presbyterian Church in La Mesa, CA where he preached regularly, started and developed their college ministry, and became full time pulpit-supply at Trinity Christian Reformed Church in Chula Vista, CA. He accepted the call to be the Associate Pastor here at Covenant Presbyterian Church, and in January, 2019 he and his family packed all of their belongings and moved to the beautiful, and slightly less warm city of Holland. Pastor Tedd was ordained on June 2, 2019. In his free time, he loves watching and playing sports, doing outside activities, reading, and hanging out with his wife and family.