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Tammy Wallace

Hostess / Food Service 


Ruth Harrison

Minister of Preschool and Children

email: RHarrison @NorthgateBaptist.com

Ruth Harrison served on the staff of the Greenville Baptist Association in the area of Christian education, with emphasis in the area of preschool/children’s ministry, for 31 years prior to coming to Northgate.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Furman University and a Master of Religious Education from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Ruth is married to Wesley Harrison.  She has one son, 2 stepsons, 2 stepdaughters, and nine grandchildren.

Dr. Barry Jimmerson

Senior Pastor
864-242-3805 ext. 11
email: BJimmerson @NorthgateBaptist.com

Barry's personal ministry statement:

“I have found Christ to be more than just my personal Savior. He is the Sovereign Lord of my life. I am convinced that living by the principles established in His Word is the key to fulfillment and success in life. My main objective in ministry is to become more like Christ and to help others find salvation and purpose in life through Him.”

Brenda Whitaker

Financial Assistant
864-242-3805 ext. 15
email: BWhitaker @NorthgateBaptist.com

James Tegeler

Pianist

A two-time winner of the International A.C.E. Piano Competition, James loves Jesus and loves to worship through playing the piano. He is the great grand-student of Franz Liszt, and also enjoys the beach, snow skiing and fitness.

Tina Speakman

Ministry Assistant
864-242-3805 ext. 10
email: [email protected]

Baxter McGuirt

Minister of Students and Education
864-242-3805
email: BMcGuirt @NorthgateBaptist.com

Baxter's personal ministry statement:

“It’s my great privilege to be able to serve God and share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others. I grew up interested in science and committed to a secular worldview. In the spring of 1998 I began to read through the gospel of John, and God began to convince me of the truths of His word and His Son. During that time my family began to attend church, and at a youth retreat that summer I committed my life to Jesus and submitted to His Lordship. As I continued to grow in my faith I was sad to see a lack of passion for Christ in many of my peers. I began to sense God calling me to help others see what I had seen. Then, in 2010, in the midst of two miscarriages, God revealed in spectacular ways his kindness and love toward us in our suffering, and I felt a strong call of God into pastoral ministry. I’m humbled and privileged to serve the church, always with the goal of helping others see the truths of God’s gospel, and to show them the grace that I have seen in the Scriptures and in my own life.”

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