Leadership

Weekly Services

Sunday Worship @ 11:45 AM | Sunday School (Ages 2-13) & Youth Group (Late Teens & Early Twenties) @ 12:15 PM | Wednesday Prayer Meeting @ 7PM

Succoth (English-Telugu Community) Church Leadership

Succoth (English Telugu Community) Church is blessed to have a leadership team who are truly dedicated to Christ and accomplishing His will.

Pastor Johnny Chandra

Elder & Pastor

Johnny Chandra moved to the US in December 1999 on a work permit (H1 visa) and has since been serving among the Asian Indian diaspora through a local English language Indian assembly in the Greater Detroit area. Having been brought up in a Godly Christian Home in Visakhapatnam was born again at a young age and later baptized at a local assembly where he received sound teaching in the Word and training in various aspects of ministry.

Guided by the Will of God and trusting in Christ Jesus whom we serve, he resigned from his regular employment in March of 2016 and became self-employed with the intention of serving God in the local community. In early 2017 he began to feel the tug on his heart to work in the geography where he lived. A huge number of Asian Indian migrants have chosen Farmington, Michigan and its surrounding in the recent past just as he had done, some 20 years ago.

On Sep 24th, 2017 he along with a few likeminded believers had their first Church Service in Farmington Hills, MI at a rented facility.

Johnny Chandra serves at Succoth Church along with his wife, Karuna and 2 children: David & Rachel.

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Johnny Chandra moved to the US in December 1999 on a work permit (H1 visa) and has since been serving among the Asian Indian diaspora through a local English language Indian assembly in the Greater Detroit area. Having been brought up in a Godly Christian Home in Visakhapatnam was born again at a young age and later baptized at a local assembly where he received sound teaching in the Word and training in various aspects of ministry.

Guided by the Will of God and trusting in Christ Jesus whom we serve, he resigned from his regular employment in March of 2016 and became self-employed with the intention of serving God in the local community. In early 2017 he began to feel the tug on his heart to work in the geography where he lived. A huge number of Asian Indian migrants have chosen Farmington, Michigan and its surrounding in the recent past just as he had done, some 20 years ago.

On Sep 24th, 2017 he along with a few likeminded believers had their first Church Service in Farmington Hills, MI at a rented facility.

Johnny Chandra serves at Succoth Church along with his wife, Karuna and 2 children: David & Rachel.

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