2024 Leadership Nominations

Deacons, Trustees, and Treasurer are elected for a 3 year team and may be re-elected for a second term, but can only serve two consecutive terms. Nominations are available until Sunday, October 8.

*May be nominated for a 2nd term

Current Deacons

Ronnie Bogle
Head Deacon
Term ends 2023*

Duane Mooney
Deacon
Term ends 2025

Steve Hargrove
Deacon
Term ends 2025

Ken Yancy
Deacon
Term ends 2023*

Deacons are to advise the pastor in the spiritual interest of the church. Deacons will regularly make contact (visit, call, etc.) and minister to the physical, moral and spiritual needs of the sick, aged and those in need among the membership. Deacons will be assigned to specific widows and shut-ins that they will make regular contact with. Deacons will also be assigned to specific small groups to support the leader of the group and the group as it cares for those in the group.

Deacons will also assist with the Lord’s Supper and be zealous to guard and promote a spirit of unity and peace within the church. They will act as a sounding board from the congregation to the pastors and shall discuss matters of spiritual importance to the church.

To serve in this capacity, the man must be a member of the family in good standing with the church (Matthew 18:15-20), an example of biblical stewardship in use of time, talent, and treasure (Eph 5:15; 1 Peter 4:10; Mal 3:10; 2 Cor 9:6-7;), a teachable spirit and a willingness to learn through continued improvement (Phil 2:3), and faithful (1 Cor 4:2) in attendance and involved in ministries and aspects of church life, such as Worship, Small Group, or other ministries, and meets the spiritual qualifications given in 1 Timothy 3:8-13 and Acts 6:1-6.

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Current Trustees

Jeff Haynes
Treasurer
Term ends 2025

Rick Murr
Trustee
Term ends 2023*

Adrien Pratt
Head Trustee
Term ends 2023*

Randy Rae
Trustee
Term ends 2024

Kevin Williams
Trustee
Term ends 2025

The Trustees work with the Pastor and Staff to assure overall direction and effectiveness of the financial, facility and legal aspects of the church. They serve as agents of the church in all legal transactions. They work to protect the church’s assets including property and investments.

Trustees role in oversight of these areas is a spiritual matter because every resource belongs to Jesus and is given for the purpose of furthering His kingdom.

To serve in this capacity, a man or woman must be a member of the family in good standing with the church (Matthew 18:15-20), an example of biblical stewardship in use of time, talent, and treasure (Eph 5:15; 1 Peter 4:10; Mal 3:10; 2 Cor 9:6-7;), a teachable spirit and a willingness to learn through continued improvement (Phil 2:3), and faithful (1 Cor 4:2) in attendance and involved in ministries and aspects of church life, such as Worship, Small Group, or other ministries.

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