Ken introduces prospective residents to vibrant senior life at Christian City. He not only conducts tours of the various patio home communities, but he is also keenly involved in the development of resident entertainment and activities on the campus.
Prior to joining Christian City, Ken balanced real estate duties while also serving in music ministries at various church congregations for more than 35 years. He studied music and has trained professionally as an operatic tenor and classical symphony orchestra conductor, performing on the professional music stage. He attended the University of Georgia, University of Alabama, and Point University & Seminary.
Ken is a native Atlantan and has a deep rooted history with his home congregation of Southwest Christian Church and the development of Christian City. Ken and his wife, Jodi, live in Senoia, Georgia. They work together in support of Christian City’s “Coffee & Classics” live music series, as well as area dinner symphony events.

More About Ken

Alma Mater:

Point University

Fun Fact:

Ken has his own symphony orchestra “The Peachtree Pops” that he conducts in various area-wide concerts.

Favorite Leisure Activity:

Listen to vintage classical records

Favorite Vacation Destination

Callaway Gardens

Favorite Book:

“The Lord is My Shepherd” / Chuck Swindoll

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What’s so Great About Christian City?

The noble mission