lead pastor Ken Gilmore
Ken GilmoreLead Pastor & Chairman
Ken Gilmore has been on staff at Keystone since 1994 and became the Lead Pastor in 2006. He has a passion for creatively communicating the timeless truths of scripture to modern minds and hearts. He holds a master’s degree in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary (2013) and a bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministries from Indiana Wesleyan University (1994). Ken and his wife, Diane, live in Saline where they are raising their three sons.
Phone: 734.944.5397, ext. 201
Kim Rhoades, vice chairman and treasurer
Kim RhoadesVice Chairman & Treasurer
Kim (who has been married to our Care Director Dee Dee for 35+ years) came to Keystone in September of 1995. Since 1996, Kim has served as a member of the Leadership Team, while also bringing his professional experience as a CPA to the role of treasurer and head of the finance team. In addition to lending guidance on financial and operational issues at Keystone, Kim loves helping new believers learn about Christ, and puts that calling into action as a discussion leader for our Starting Point groups. After hours you will most likely find Kim either spending time with his wife and family (that now includes five grandchildren), or searching for his golf ball in the woods at one of the local courses.
Anna PistorSecretary
Anna was recently elected to serve as Secretary in 2019. Anna and her husband Randy have been attending Keystone since 2017. They live in Saline with their three young boys and have been married for over 12 years. Anna graduated from the University of Michigan in 2006 with a degree in English Literature. In addition to being a local Christian author, Anna works part-time as a compliance officer at an investment firm located in Ann Arbor. Anna is very excited to serve on the Leadership Team.
David Luttenbacher, member at large
David LuttenbacherMember at Large
Dave and his wife Sue have been attending Keystone since 2009. Dave loves Keystone’s friendly atmosphere and biblical teaching. He joined the Leadership Team in 2015 as Member-At-Large, and also volunteers as a member of the production team. refreshment team and facilities maintenance helper when needed.  Dave and Sue retired in 2016 and spend the winters in Florida (yes, Snow Birds).
Tracy FosdickMember at Large
Tracy and her husband Chuck began attending Keystone about 12 years ago. They are both Saline High Grads, have been married 30 years, raised a daughter and son and are blessed with a son in law, 2 beautiful granddaughters and a daughter in law. Tracy has a Bachelors Degree from Michigan State University in Supply Chain Management and works in the automotive industry. She enjoys serving at Keystone in the communion setup monthly and coordinates the Cass Corridor project serving the needy in inner city Detroit. She loves the energy and passion Keystone members bring to their worship of our savior, Jesus Christ, as seen on Sunday mornings, small group study, and the countless ways Keystone members show love in the community at large.
Jayme LankerMember at Large
Jayme started attending Keystone in 2012 where she found a renewed and stronger faith in God. She believes serving as Waumba Land worship leader was one of the most rewarding experiences. She has been married to Gordon for 14 years and they have three children. Jayme and Gordon enjoy being part of the Keystone small group community and became GroupLife leaders in 2015. Jayme holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Michigan and has held a variety of positions in research and sales within the pharmaceutical industry. Jayme is excited to see how God’s plan unfolds as part of the Keystone Leadership Team.
Mark Tuneff, member at large
Mark TuneffMember at Large
Mark and his wife Anita have been members of Keystone since 2003. They have been married for 28 years and have two children, Dan is a 2015 GVSU grad and Elise is a student at U of M. Mark appreciates Keystone’s welcoming atmosphere and teaching that focuses on practical applications for our daily lives. He has been involved in a variety of ministries at Keystone including the last building renovation and expansion. Mark holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Naval Academy and a graduate degree in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University and has a passion to provide a welcoming comfortable and safe environment for the families and guests at Keystone.