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Interim Pastor - Dr. John Lepper

pastorebc@outlook.com

Dr. John Lepper became Interim Pastor on April 9, 2018. He fulfills the usual responsibilities of pastor such as preaching, pastoral care, visitation and leadership. He is also helping guide the congregation through this important interim period.  John was a pastor for 15 years and served with the Kentucky Baptist Convention and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship for a total of 28 years. 

He is a graduate of Carson-Newman University and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

John and his wife Connie live in Crestwood, KY and have two grown daughters who, with their husbands, serve overseas (North Africa and Slovakia).












Minister of Music – Ruth Ann Mills-Moore


Ruth Ann’s ministry through music includes working with both children and adults in our church,  through private lessons in piano and voice with young people and adults in our community, and as a substitute teacher in our local school system.  She and her husband Glenn have been with our church since 2006.

Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, BME, 1975

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, M.C.M, 1982

 





Secretary – Ursula Adams


As church secretary since 1994, Ursula manages the church office and oversees all financial records.

 





Custodian – Tomi Scriber

Tomi serves are our church custodian.  In addition to being church custodian, Tomi also serves our community as Director of The Peapod, a privately owned and operated Christian Preschool that meets in our building.

 

 


Children’s Coordinator (Volunteer) – Elisia Gnagie


elisia@eminencebaptist.org

Elisia oversees the Wednesday night children’s activities and the Children’s Worship Program on Sunday mornings.

 


Youth Coordinator (Volunteer) – Lynn Wilson


 

Lynn oversees our Wednesday night youths’ activities, summer camp activities for children and youths, and youth mission activities.  She also directs a performing group named "Gimme a Sign."