Church planter Craig Tuck to lead Charleston Baptist Association

Craig Tuck, a church planter who most recently pastored Centerpoint Church in Charleston, has been named director of missions for Charleston Baptist Association.

Tuck received the unanimous endorsement of the association’s executive committee Feb. 21 and succeeds interim DOM Skip Owens.

Tuck said he is grateful to “share in leading” the churches of the association with the assistance of the association’s administrative team.

“It is our aim to serve and lead our association to fulfill [a] renewed vision of strengthening churches, strengthening leaders in churches and planting churches,” he said.

“I believe the success of this vision will be fully expressed when strengthened churches strengthen churches, when strengthened leaders strengthen leaders, and when planted churches plant churches.”

Tuck has been a church mobilization leader in the Charleston area through “The Hub Charleston” in partnership with the South Carolina Baptist Convention.

He has served in ministry for 30 years and has planted churches in Georgia and South Carolina. He holds a bachelor’s degree in pastoral ministries and graduate degrees in Christian leadership and professional studies.

He and his wife, Rebecca, have four adult children.