Crieff Fellowship USA
February 1-4, 2021
William Still, the famous Scottish pastor and preacher, along with a handful of other men, began a conference that sought to serve pastors. That handful of men devoted themselves to prayer, the preaching of the WORD, and the means of grace. There were never any games or entertainment, no networking, or think-tanks-it was simply a few men who found themselves equal before the cross of Christ and who sought true fellowship, Thus the Crieff Fellowship was born.
The Crieff Fellowship met for the first time in a small town in Scotland from which it derives its name. Crieff Fellowship USA is patterned after its father in Scotland. The purpose of Crieff Fellowship is threefold:
1) to fellowship together as ministers of the gospel
2) to devote ourselves to prayer and the worship of God
3) to be challenged and encouraged by the Word of God so that we may return to our ministries prepared to do His work.
Crieff Fellowship wants to meet our essential needs as ministers by becoming a mini-sabbatical that includes expository teaching, honest worship, intercessory prayer, and encouragement. Our Schedule is simple and involves only teaching, worship, prayer, and meals.
You have plenty of free time to spend by yourself, or with your spouse, enjoying the mountains, playing golf, fishing, or even late night basketball games, which have become a tradition over the last few years. However, your participation is up to you- we want you to leave refreshed and filled.
Andy Lewis is a native of Rock Hill, SC, a graduate of Erskine College where he met his wife, Elizabeth. Andy served in youth ministry at Mitchell Road Presbyterian before being called as the Sr. Pastor in 2008.
Andy and Elizabeth’s goal and joy is to faithfully live out God’s grace in all areas of their lives. Andy enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf, guitar, and piano. Andy and Elizabeth have been blessed with three children: Kate, Maggie, and Daniel.
Ray is a native of Miami, Florida, and a 1983 graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary,
Philadelphia, PA. He has been the pastor of Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church, located in
Lecanto, Florida (70 miles north of Tampa) since it began in 1984. He is a faithful husband, loving father of 4, and a doting grandfather to a small army of grandchildren.
2000 Rev. David Sinclair
2001 Dr. Mark Ross
2002 Rev. Randy Smith
2003 Rev. Chuck Jacob
2004 Dr. Jimmy Agan
2005 Dr. Rod Mays
2006 Dr. Jay Sklar
2007 Dr.George Robertson
2008 Dr. Mark Ross
2009 Rev. Scott Roley
2010 Dr. Skip Ryan
2011 Dr. John Wood
2012 Rev. Sandy Wilson
2013 Dr. George Robertson
2014 Steve Brown
2015 Dr. Ray Cortese & Rev. Adam Jones
2016 Dr. Jimmy Agan & Dr. Douglas Kelly
2017 Rev. Mike Khandijan & Dr. Dale Johnson
2018 Rev. Sandy Wilson & Rev. David Cassidy
2019 Dr. Sean Lucas & Rev. Chuck Jacob
2020 Dr. Ray Ortlund