On August 7, 2015, Todd Fetters began serving as Interim Bishop of the US National Conference, serving the unexpired term of his predecessor.
Todd came to the national office in February 2013 after 24 years as a United Brethren pastor. Todd’s responsibilities included various administrative duties, such as assisting with the process in stationing ministers, overseeing the national ministries staff, and developing strategic initiatives to move the UB church forward in such areas as leadership development and healthy church ministries. Todd also oversees the cluster system.
Todd grew up in a minister’s home as the son of Dr. Paul and Barbara Fetters. Todd’s two brothers, Brooks and Luke, are also ordained UB ministers. He graduated from Huntington University in 1989 with a degree in Bible & Religion, and in 1991 with the Master of Christian Ministry. More recently, in 2005, he received a Master of Arts in Religion from Evangelical Seminary in Myerstown, Pa.
In 1989, Todd became senior pastor of Lake View UB church in Camden, Mich., and the past 18 years as senior pastor of Devonshire Church in Harrisburg, Pa. He has served in various leadership positions, including cluster leader and, since 2005, member of the denominational Executive Leadership Team.
Todd and his wife, Lisa, were married in 1988. They have two sons, Jordan and Quinn.