Rev. Charles Biggs
The Rev. Charles R. Biggs, Th.M., is the Regional Home Missionary for the Orthodox Presbyterian Church’s Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic (PMA). Ordained in the OPC in 2001, he was church planter and founding pastor of Ketoctin Covenant Presbyterian Church in Purcellville, where he served for over 18 years. View the 20th anniversary video of KCPC. Since his ordination, he has served as Teacher at 1st Baltimore OPC (Baltimore, MD), as chaplain and teacher at Chapelgate Christian School (Marriottsville, MD), as pastor at KCPC until 2021 (Purcellville, VA), and presently serves as Regional Home Missionary of the Presbytery of the Mid Atlantic. He has been privileged to serve for almost 20 years on the PMA’s Candidate’s and Credentials Committee.
He graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. and Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, MI. Rev. Biggs was a founding member of Loudoun Classical School in Loudoun County, Virginia, and was privileged to serve as the first President of the Board of Directors.
Rev. Biggs has written many online articles (www.ketoctin.org) and theological curriculum and has taught numerous seminars and home school theology classes for the church and for the larger community since 2003. He has been married to Margaret Ann for 32 years and they have two wonderful daughters, Elisabeth Grace and Esther Hope, whom they have adopted from China and Ethiopia. His family travels regularly with him as he serves as RHM and are affectionately known as “Biggs Team RHM”! The Biggs family has lived in Round Hill for over 20 years.
RHM Vision Statement:
I am thankful to serve as the Regional Home Missionary of the OPC Presbytery of the Mid Atlantic. By God’s grace, I am devoted to prayerfully and passionately joining the harvest through a Christ-saturated and Spirit-filled ministry of serving, declaring, orienting, and encouraging God’s people to do, as well as support church planting and evangelism in the Presbytery of the Mid Atlantic of the OPC for the glory of God and the extension of Christ’s Kingdom. Pray for this work for we know it is “not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit,” says the LORD!