ALL OF THE STAFF CAN BE CONTACTED THROUGH THE CHURCH OFFICE
God ordained that the local church should be cared for and overseen in its work and worship by a group of men qualified for this special task, usually called elders, though other scriptural names, such as shepherds or overseers are used. Their special assignments are due to the Lord’s directives for the church as revealed in the New Testament. (Acts 20:17-28; 1 Peter 5:1-2; Titus 1:5-7) They are not the authority, since God is, but rather only have the authority to lead the congregation in the decisions to carry out the commands of Christ.
Troy Futrell-Ken Darnell-Cary Miller-Joe Winnett
Our elders monthly rotate being on call so that one is always available. Contact the church office if you need to know who the elder of the month is.
Essential to spreading the borders of God’s kingdom are the evangelists of the church, “For how shall they hear without a preacher?” (Romans 10:14) Just as essential, however, are evangelists to the spiritual welfare and growth of the local church. Also known as minister and preacher as the Bible doesn’t differentiate among the three terms as every minister and preacher should be an evangelist whose message is the saving grace of Jesus. Minister emphasizes the fact that the minister is a servant of God to the people. Preacher emphasizes the function of proclaiming the Word of God in this ministry. Evangelist draws attention to the content of the message, namely, the cross of Jesus as the good news and power of salvation.
PULPIT MINISTER – Joe Winnett
There is a special group of men in the church known as “deacons,” who are set apart to do particular works of service or ministry as indicated in Philippians 1:1 and 1 Timothy 3.
Bob Foster-Don Welch-Billy Hazlewood-Lee Sisco
David Zoller-Cary Miller-Henry Kattner