Alan Langstaff

Senior Pastor
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Doctor Alan Langstaff, originally from Sydney, Australia is currently the Senior Pastor of Church on the Hill in Chaska, MN. He is also the president of Kairos Ministries, Inc, and has a vision for releasing people in ministry and training Christian leaders.

He was the Apostolic Overseer of Omega Team, an international Association of pastors, churches and ministries based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.

Alan was born in Sydney, Australia, where he trained and worked as an architect, before he became a minister. He was originally ordained by the Methodist church of Australia.

From 1986 to 2000 he was the Senior Pastor of Antioch Christian Fellowship. The ministry of Antioch Christian Fellowship included ACTS International (Antioch Christian Training School), plus many specialized ministries reaching out to the community and the world, including church planting both locally and overseas.

For a number of years he co-hosted a weekly television program called ‘Crossroads’, a ministry of the Lakeland Foundation. He was a member of the General Committee that sponsored the 1996 Billy Graham Crusade in Minneapolis, MN.

Dr. Alan Langstaff is a member of the Board of Directors for Church Growth International, directed by Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho, who pastors the world’s largest congregation in Seoul, Korea.

A gifted preacher and teacher, Dr. Alan Langstaff has an extensive ministry of spiritually stretching Christians, enabling them to enlarge their vision so that they may reach their full potential in Christ. To this end Dr. Alan Langstaff had traveled extensively throughout the United States and in many overseas countries speaking in churches and conferences of different denominations. He has also written a book called ‘Hedges.’

Dr. Alan Langstaff and his wife, Dorothy have two daughters, Beth and Joy and six grandchildren.


Dorothy Langstaff

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Dorothy Langstaff was born in Wales, but moved to live in Australia in the years following the second World War. There she met and married Alan. After sharing with him in pastoral ministry in the Methodist church for ten years, they founded a ministry called ‘The Temple Trust’, later know as Vision Ministries. They founded Vision Bible College, a residential Bible College, where Dorothy was one of the teachers.

In 1980 the Langstaff family moved to Minnesota, where Dorothy was co-pastor of Antioch Christian Fellowship, leading the women’s ministry, organizing retreats and conferences and being actively involved in Antioch Christian Training School (ACTS) as a lecturer and leader of the student small group ministry.

The Lord has used Dorothy over many years through prophetic insight and wisdom to minister to the body of Christ and individual believers. She has a fresh mandate to see the church and its leaders released to fulfill the purposes of God. She has a call to prophetic intercession, as well as counseling and mentoring emerging leaders.

She is the author of ‘Called Together’ which tells the story of Alan and Dorothy Langstaff’s life and ministry in Australia before they moved to America.

Dorothy and her husband, Alan, have two married daughters, Beth and Joy and six grandchildren.

Mike Spencer