ASSOCIATE PASTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES
I’m excited to announce that on August 22 we may have a particular known as enterprise assembly on the finish of each of our companies to vote on calling an Affiliate Pastor of Music Ministries. Throughout this assembly, we are going to hear from our candidate, each his testimony and his name to this place, after which we are going to vote on calling him to FBCTLH. He’ll lead each companies that morning as nicely.
After quite a few interviews and conferences with me, Penny, the remainder of the pastoral workers, our music workers, our deacons, and our numerous music ministries, I’m happy to advocate Greg Williams for this place. Greg has beforehand served at church buildings in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. Most just lately he served Affiliate Pastor of Worship and Administration at Crabapple First Baptist Church in Milton, Ga.
Greg has been married to his spouse, Susan, since 1997, and so they have two daughters, Elaine and Katherine, who each attend Samford College. He was ordained into ministry proper right here at First Baptist Tallahassee in 1994, and he’s a graduate of Florida State College (B.A. in Music, 1994) and Beeson Divinity College (Grasp of Divinity, 2003). Along with his native church expertise, Greg has additionally served in a number of denominational music ministries, group music occasions, and as an adjunct professor of music.
Earlier than our companies and particular known as enterprise conferences on August 22, there shall be a possibility for anybody in our church to fulfill and greet Greg and Susan, in addition to an off-the-cuff time to speak and ask questions. This shall be from 10 AM-12 PM on August 21 within the Fellowship Corridor.
I hope it is possible for you to to come back out that weekend each to fulfill Greg and Susan and to take part in our assembly to name them to our church. I additionally hope you’ll be praying for them and for our church as we search God’s will and look ahead to the good issues he’s going to do as we comply with Jesus collectively.