top of page

About Our Church

Chelsea Presbyterian Church is all about loving God, loving people, and loving life.

Loving God

We live in a world that measures our value by vocation, status, and performance.  At Chelsea Pres we seek to remind others that God loved us even before we said or did anything.  We belong, matter, and our lives have meaning because of the work that God has and is doing in the world.

Loving People

We love others because God created those around us in his image.  We are called to love others as much as we love ourselves and more.  Because we value those around us, we seek out the needs of others and pursue opportunities to serve our community – treating them as friends and family.

Loving Life

At Chelsea Presbyterian, we are passionate about sharing life and meals with those around us.  In a world that distracts us in many ways, we have a desire for life, culture, love, and food – the things that make us “human’.

Our Staff



Rev. James Daniels

Our pastor, James Daniels, has a passion for being a good friend and neighbor in the community of Chelsea.  James enjoys good food, wood-working, hunting, fishing, and gardening.  But most of all, James loves being a husband to his wife Larissa and a father to his daughter Alexandria.


Worship Leaders

Chris & Valerie Jones

Chris Jones comes from a family of pastors, school teachers, and musicians. A Homewood, AL native and proud University of Memphis graduate, Chris has served presbyterian churches in Memphis and Jackson, MS. He loves Jesus, his bride, his boys, coffee, Bruce Springsteen, and Hank Williams. Running a worship ministry with his bride is a dream come true.

Valerie Jones comes from a family of Kentuckians and Tennesseans but grew up in beautiful West Palm Beach, FL, where winter is a myth. She came north to Mississippi where she earned a degree in vocal performance from Belhaven University. She has sung in churches from Jackson, MS to the Ukraine. Running a worship ministry with her husband is a dream come true.

bottom of page