Rev. Jeff Coppage began serving as Transitional (Interim) Pastor at Fairview Moravian Church on January 1, 2019. Brother Coppage was ordained in the Mennonite Church in 1993 and served for many years at Prodigals Community in Winston-Salem, a long-term residential recovery program for male addicts and alcoholics who have a history of chronic relapse. He joined Konnoak Hills Moravian Church in 2004. He was received as a deacon in the Moravian Church in 2009, and consecrated a presbyter in the Moravian Church in 2015, by Bishop Douglas Kleintop. During the years 2007 to 2010 Brother Coppage served as Interim Pastor to Grace Moravian Church in Mt. Airy and St. Philips Moravian Church in Winston-Salem. He served as Pastor at Covenant Moravian in York, PA from 2011 to 2016. Most recently Rev. Coppage served Fries Memorial Moravian Church in Winston-Salem as Transitional Pastor.
Rev. Coppage is a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He received a B.A. and a M.A. in Religion from Wake Forest University and took post-graduate courses at Lancaster Theological Seminary and Moravian Seminary in Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Ann have been married 34 years. Ann was a founding partner with Trinity Center, an ecumenical center for counseling, spiritual formation, and education. Currently, she works part-time doing individual and couples counseling at Full-Life Counseling. Jeff and Ann have two grown children, Jonathan and Julianna.