Paul Boisvert is an ordained Assembly of God minister with over two decades of experience in church ministry. He first served at Christian Bible Church in Nashua, NH. Then he served for twelve years at First Assembly of God in York, PA. He has served at South Hills Assembly since December of 2010. He attended the Boston Conservatory of Music and holds an M.A. in Practical Theology from Regent University with concentrates in Worship & Renewal and Leadership Coaching.

Pastor Paul's current responsibilities include the oversight and implementation of the overall church vision as set forth by the Lead Pastor. In this role his responsibilities include staff and ministry oversight, teaching, preaching, curriculum development, leading worship, oversight and administration of the Worship and Fine Arts ministry including worship teams, orchestra, choir, seasonal productions, and the oversight of all technical ministries including sound, media, lighting, and video/audio post-production for web and television.

Pastor Paul enjoys working with teams to accomplish goals and helping God’s people become effective servants and leaders in the local church.
Pastor Paul is also experienced in vocal and instrumental arranging and orchestration. He has authored two full-length Christmas musicals and has produced several choir CDs. His major instrument is the piano. However, he also plays a little guitar and saxophone

In addition to his regular church related activities, he serves on the Core Music Team for the Pennsylvania-Delaware district of the Assemblies of God and has been a conference speaker at a number of Penn-Del Minister's Institute Breakout Sessions and South Central East Section Leadership Summit Breakout Sessions.


"Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe, for our "God is a consuming fire." (Heb.12:28,29, NIV)

"My vision for ministry is to promote and increase the worship of God through every means possible, including teaching, preaching, leading public worship, and training the next generation of leaders." – Pastor Paul Boisvert