Ministry Team

Steve Hanson

Senior Pastor

Steve & Yvonne Hanson - Portland PentecostalsAfter attending Conquerors Bible College and pastoring in Canada for several years, Pastor Hanson along with his wife, Yvonne, founded Portland Pentecostals in 1990. With his approachable style and practical teaching, he promotes personal accountability and spiritual growth. His goal is to motivate each individual to passionately pursue a thriving relationship with Jesus Christ.

Pastor Hanson and his wife, Yvonne, have been married since 1979 and have three children.

Anthony Hanson


Anthony & Erica Hanson - Portland PentecostalsPastor Anthony began ministering at Portland Pentecostals in 2007. His preaching inspires people to discover their spiritual identity and establish a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Pastor Anthony and his wife, Erica, have been married since 2004 and have three children.

Timothy Scott

Minister of Christian Education

Timothy & Connie Scott - Portland PentecostalsPastor Timothy Scott has served as the Minister of Christian Education at Portland Pentecostals since 2002. His goal is to reach the new generation by providing a safe, interactive and age-appropriate environment in which to learn Bible principles and find salvation in Jesus Christ.

Pastor Scott and his wife, Connie, have been married since 1973 and have two children.

David Reynolds

Minister of Discipleship

David Reynolds - Portland PentecostalsPastor David Reynolds has served as the Minister of Discipleship at Portland Pentecostals since 2007. Since retiring from public education in 1994, he has traveled to over 37 foreign countries teaching in Bible Schools and has published several books and articles for national publications concerning family, parenting and education. Throughout his ministerial career, he has developed a gift for connecting with and mentoring new believers.

Pastor Reynolds and his wife, Lorraine, have been married since 1957 and have four children.

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