Scott Seaton


Before ever meeting each other, Scott and his wife Chris both majored in political science, intending to work in the nation's capital. Instead, Scott entered the business world for a few years and then went to Japan as a missionary with Mission to the World of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). After his term, he returned to Intown Community Church in Atlanta to oversee ministries such as missions, singles, small groups, mercy and outreach, and in 1998 was ordained as a minister in the PCA. After 14 years on staff, in 2001 he became the International Director of the PCA's new focus on Christian-Muslim relations. Scott's interest in government, business, church and international ministry make it a pleasure to serve in Arlington, where all those elements come together. Scott loves golf, but golf doesn’t love him.

Chris is the director of Project Belong, a ministry that educates and equips Christians and churches for fostering and adopting vulnerable children. Her background in non-profits and her gifts in hospitality are invaluable. Scott and Chris have three children, Claire, David and Audrey.