Curtis Pettit, pastor of North Walterboro Baptist Church since July 1994, retired Aug. 10. He is a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and formerly served as pastor of Lee’s Chapel Baptist Church in Middlesex, N.C. During Pettit’s 20 years at North Walterboro, the church built a new fellowship hall and sanctuary, and established many […]
Washington Avenue Baptist Church in Greenville has called Seth Phillips as minister of music. Phillips earned a master’s degree in music education from Anderson University and bachelor’s degree from Southern Wesleyan University. He previously served as minister of music at Calvary Hill Baptist Church in Easley for three years. He has been involved with the Barbershop Harmony Society for […]
David Wells, minister of music at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Union, has accepted a position with the new charter school in Spartanburg. While serving at Tabernacle, he and his wife, Angie, have been active in leading music and drama with the children, youth and adult choirs.
Gerald “Bud” Moss accepted the call to Pine Grove Baptist Church, Leesville, as senior pastor on July 13. He earned a master of divinity degree from The Master’s Seminary and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg. Moss previously served as a ministry intern with Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, […]
Clay Smith, minister of adults at Shandon Baptist Church, Columbia, was recently called as senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Matthews, N.C. In addition to Shandon, he previously served on the staffs of Alice Drive Baptist Church in Sumter, and Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas. A native of Greenville, Smith is a graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary […]
Curt Bradford, pastor of Riverbluff Church (formerly Midland Park Baptist Church), North Charleston, has retired after 26 years. Riverbluff Church has commissioned Pastor Bradford as a Kingdom Coach in retirement to help other pastors and churches realize their Kingdom mission.
Seivern Baptist Church, Wagener, has called Geoffrey Mason as pastor. He began duties on June 15. Mason retired from the U.S. Air Force with 22 years of service. A graduate of Liberty University with a degree in religion, he and his wife, Faith, have two children, Zoe and Samuel.
Joe Still was called as lead pastor to Riverbluff Church. He has served as executive pastor with Riverbluff for 26 years.
Ryan Pack has accepted the call as senior pastor of First Baptist Church, North Augusta, where he will begin duties on July 13. He previously served as pastor of First Baptist Church, Hendersonville, N.C. Pack earned a bachelor of science degree in business management from Clemson University, a master of divinity with biblical languages from Southwestern […]
Peter Hyatt is the new Baptist collegiate minister at Clemson University. He comes to the post after a nine-year ministry as the leader of the BCM for Charleston-area schools. He follows Doug Hunt, who will become discipleship pastor at Community Bible Church in Fort Smith, Ark. Hyatt is a graduate of the University of Georgia […]