Rev. Steve McPeek

Pastor of Bradley United Methodist Church

Rev. Steven McPeek (Pastor Steve) is from Muncie, Indiana. He graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Arts Management. He worked in the printing business before entering ministry in the United Methodist Church in 1998. Pastor Steve married his wife Annette in 1988 and they have two adult children and three grand-daughters who live in Northeast Indiana. For fun, Pastor Steve enjoys photography, getting outdoors amongst nature, fishing, hunting, golfing, and spending time with family.

Pastor Steve graduated from United Theological Seminary in 2003 with a Master of Divinity degree. He was ordained Full Elder in the United Methodist Church in 2007. In 2019 Pastor Steve was awarded the Steven L. Baily Award from the Youth Service Bureau of Huntington, Indiana for his dedication and passion for making a difference in the lives of youth and families.

Pastor Steve loves working with people and agencies to discover their passion, purpose and vocation. He continues to learn and grow in his knowledge and understanding of God through the spiritual exercises and practices. His passion is to encourage and help people encounter the presence of God in their daily life. My hope for Bradley is that we continue to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world using the words of Paul in 1 Corinthians 13:13, “And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.” My desire and hope are that Bradley will be the LOVE of God to the community and world around us as disciples of Jesus Christ. I invite you to come and join us on this spiritual journey of faith, hope and LOVE!

From Pastor Steve: I like working with and ministering to the people of Bradley UMC. I have found the congregation to be friendly, welcoming, and grace-filled. They desire to love people as being created in the image of God. I have found their passion is to love God and neighbor through worship, community service, and meeting together to grow in their faith.