• Founders - Henry and Angie Roberts

    Rev. Henry Roberts came to Ashtabula in 1961 and founded the Church formerly known as the Revival Center Church. He and Angie Pastored the Church for 22 years. During that time the Revival Center held services in a renovated motorcycle club building, a small white church on Cook Road. Through the ministry of Rev. Henry Roberts the church expanded into the current church that is now known as the Ashtabula Pentecostal Church of God which is located just down the road from the little white Church. The Church has gone through many changes over the years but the message is still the same. Pastor Henry and Angie have gone home to be with their Lord now,  and their son Kenneth has taken the mantle that was passed to him in 1983.   They are no longer here with us but the work they started known as the Revival Center Church, goes on and so do the people that they reached out to and brought to Christ. Great is their reward in Heaven !

  • Pastor Kenneth Roberts

    Rev. Kenneth Roberts is our Pastor and his wife Debbie. They have held the position of Pastor for 34 years. Rev. Roberts started his ministry as an Evangelist and traveled through most of the United States ministering in many Churches and preaching the Word. After eight years of Evangelizing solo, he met and married Debbie and they have 4 children, Hannah, Jonathan, Rachel, & Joshua. Rev. Roberts Pastored a Church in Gray, Kentucky for 5 years before coming here to what was formerly known as the Revival Center Church. He felt the call to take over the Pastorate from the former Pastor and founder his father, Rev. Henry Roberts.  Shortly thereafter, our Church joined the Pentecostal Church of God of Joplin Missouri, organization. The organization has afforded us many opportunities that weren't available to us as an independent Church. He is very active in reaching out to the community and has a desire to reach the hurting, the lost and discouraged. His ministry and foundational beliefs are founded upon the Word of God. His desire is to reach out with this Media Ministry to the lost of the world. Matthew 24:14 "And this Gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness to all nations; and then shall the end come." 

  • Children's Ministriy Leaders - Pat and Chrystal Bartone

    Pat and Chrystal Bartone are our Children's Ministry Directors. Pat, who is from Ashtabula and has been raised here at PCG (Revival Center), moved away in 1988 where he attended Life Bible College East and earned his Bachelor's degree in Theology. After college, he moved to Virginia and worked in Children's Ministry at the Assembly of God Church.

    Chrystal was raised in Kentucky, where she grew up attending the Riverside Church of God and also spent her summers here in Ashtabula with her family and attended PCG. She has always been drawn to working with children from a young age. She volunteered in her home Church helping with children's plays and working with the children's choir.

    Pat moved back to his home in Ashtabula in 2009 where he and Chrystal were married in 2010. Both came back to there home church here at PCG. They both knew that they wanted to impact the lives of children. They were honored when asked to take the Childrens Ministry position. Our children are the Church of tomorrow. They believe there is no greater joy than to see a child learn and grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ or see a life that has been devastated by sin, turned around by the grace and mercy of God and made whole. That is why they want to reach out to our children. The Bible says in Proverbs 22:6 "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. That is their goal, to teach, train and be witnesses to children. For we know that Jesus said, "Suffer the little children to come unto me, for of such is the kingdom of God."

  • Worship Leader  -Debbie Roberts

    Debbie Roberts, our Pastor's wife, is also our  Worship Leader. Debbie has been the Worship Leader for 20 years. She  started singing in her Church at the age of eight and has never stopped. God has also blessed her with the ability to play the piano. Music has always been a part of her family life. When she was a child, her family had a singing group. She played the piano and her brothers played the guitars. Her  father was also a Minister and had a television program for six years, and then God took him home. The children who are older now, all sang on the TV program that aired on Lester Sumerall's station, out of South Bend, Indiana. Worship is an important and necessary part of her life, she gives God all the praise !