Worship Pastor Family


Worship Pastor

Dan & Danielle Smoot became members of Faith Assembly in 2010, volunteering for various ministries from worship, to youth, to security, to the Backpack Club. On January 1, 2018, Danielle stepped into the role as our Worship Pastor.

Aside from her leadership at Faith Assembly, Danielle has served as Communications Director for U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers since 2008. She is a graduate of North Laurel High School and after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kentucky she became a news anchor and reporter for WYMT-TV in Hazard, Kentucky.

Dan, Danielle and their son Peyton moved to London in 2010. They have been blessed with four children and one grandson.

Childrens Pastor Family


Childrens Pastor

Misty Watkins has served at Faith Assembly from 2008-2011 as the Children's Pastor, and back again in 2015 as the Children's Pastor. A native of Laurel County, Misty graduated from South Laurel High School. She worked from 2011-2015 as a Master Hair Stylist in London, Kentucky. Together with her husband Wes, they have two amazing children, Bailey and Caden.

She oversees the Toddler and Nursery ministries offered during all of our services. Each week Misty tirelessly pours the love of God into our kids with zeal and excitement that has them always ready to come back!

Student Pastors Family


Student Pastors

Rick & Tabatha joined Faith Assembly as the Student Pastors in June of 2016. Rick has earned an Associates Degree in Visual Communications and works as a Graphic Designer. He has served in youth ministry since 2005, and as a Youth Pastor since 2009.

Tabatha graduated from Somerset Community College and is now a Master Cosmetologist in London, Kentucky. She married Rick in 2010. Together they have three incredible children, Laiken, Ryson, and Bennett.

Through Faith Students, Rick & Tab encourage middle and high school students to pursue a personal relationship with Jesus. They equip them to serve their peers, the church, and the local community while reaching out to the lost.