Elder Election 2020

Meet the Candidates at the Elder Family Forum on
Sunday, Feb. 9 at 12:15pm in the Cafe Diem at Calvary.


Vote for each candidate at the Elder Vote

Sunday, Feb. 16 Following each Sunday service in the Worship Center at Calvary.
Candidates are NOT running against each other and can each be voted for or against individually.


Voting is reserved for Calvary Members.

  • Elder Candidate - CARTER CAMPBELL

    Carter Campbell is a long-time member of Calvary with a short move to United Baptist Church, Riverton Wyoming. His service to the church includes Deacon, chair of the nursery committee when there was one, back up worship director while in the small church in Wyoming. He currently is part of the long-range planning committee and leads a small group. In his most important role, he is husband to RoiLynn Campbell, Father to Courtney and Sean Campbell, Grandfather of six and son-in-law of Dee and Darla Hapgood

  • Elder Candidate - Dennis Garcia

    Dennis Garcia is married to Toni and they have two children, Miranda (10) and Kephas (7). They have been part of Calvary Baptist Church since July of 2017. Dennis serves with the Worship Arts Ministry and Toni has served in the Children’s Ministry.


    Dennis works for the North American Mission Board (NAMB) as a Church Planting Catalyst in Southern New Mexico. He has over 20 years of experience in church and para-church ministry including 5 years as Senior Pastor and Adjunct Professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, among many other roles.


    Dennis holds a B.S. in Multidisciplinary Studies (Business and Religion) and a M.A. in Church Planting and Evangelism. He has been accepted into Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he hopes to pursue a Doctor of Ministry in North American Evangelism and Church Planting.


    Dennis and his family are excited about the future of Calvary. He is excited for an opportunity to utilize his passion, gifting, education, and experience to assist Calvary to become a People and Place of GRACE in Las Cruses and beyond. 

  • Elder Candidate -  Bill Bornhauser

    I was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1949. I met Pam in Columbus and we were married in 1969. We’ve been married for 50 exceptional years. We have two daughters, Theresa Secor who lives in Parry, Ohio. They have two sons and three grandchildren. Our younger daughter Wendi McComb lives in Grand Junction Colorado and they have a son 16 and a daughter 13. We also helped raise our niece Rainbow Brown.


    While in Ohio I taught school for 10 years and then got involved in the administrative side of education and public service. While Pam was a believer during the early years of our marriage I was not. But in 1981 due to her and many others prayers I accepted Christ at West Hill Baptist Church in Wooster, Ohio.


    We moved to the Cleveland area but continued to be involved and members of churches. When we were blessed to be able to move to Las Cruces we scouted for a church. Easter of 2004 we came to Calvary and knew this was the right place. 


    During the past 15 years we have been truly blessed to serve Christ and the body of believers at Calvary. I have the privilege of serving as an Elder since 2009. I have also had the opportunity to teach several classes, be involved with small groups, finances and prayerfully working with an exceptional group of men to call ministers, pray for direction, seek wisdom in difficult situations and continually seek God’s direction for Calvary.


    My repeated prayer is Calvary will truly be a “People and Place of Grace”. We have been extended such grace that we have difficulty truly grasping what that is but Calvary can be such a place.