LEADERSHIP

OUR SHEPHERDS

Our shepherds, also known as elders or overseers, are the leaders of our church family. 


These men dedicate their time and talents to overseeing the church and caring four family's spiritual health, as instructed by the Bible. Ultimately, Jesus Christ is the head of the church, and the shepherds seek His direction in overseeing, guiding and caring for the church.

  • PERRY BAKER

    Perry and his wife Judy have been married for more than 40 years. They have three sons and 10 grandchildren. They’ve attended Peachtree City Church of Christ for 17 years, after moving to Georgia from Ontario, Canada. Perry’s passion is making everyone feel welcome and showing compassion for every need. His motto for serving as a shepherd is being ready to serve and protect the Lord’s church at all times. In his role, he oversees the Hill Toppers ministry, visitor experience, the men’s ministry and missions. In his spare time, he enjoys visiting family and grandchildren, kayaking, fishing, hunting, golfing, hiking, and enjoying his family’s northern cottage in Canada.


    perry@ptcchurch.com

    770.251.4883

  • JIMMy england

    Jimmy and his wife Anne grew up in Tennessee and met at Freed-Hardeman University, marrying in 1982. As an elder, he oversees the ministries for young families, children and youth. He and Anne have been blessed to serve with several congratulations over the years and have been at Peachtree City Church of Christ since 2011. They have four Christian children, three of whom are married, and one who is in high school. Jimmy is a pharmacist and has worked in a number of locations throughout the South in various capacities. In his spare time,  he enjoys building miniature houses and fishing.




    jimmy@ptcchurch.com

    251.375.4554

  • Andy Garner

    Andy and his wife Janet have been married for nearly 30 years and are the proud parents of three children. Andy and Janet were both born and raised on the south side of Atlanta and met in high school. They were married in 1988 and made their home in Jonesboro, Ga., serving in various congregations in that area until moving to Sharpsburg, Ga., nearly 20 years ago. Their family has been with Peachtree City Church of Christ ever since. In that time, Andy served 14 years as deacon over the education program, and has been a shepherd since 2014. Andy currently oversees the ministry and office staff, the youth and adult education programs, finance, facility services and facility projects.


    Andy is passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of young people. He has served the community in Peachtree City by running the local youth football and cheerleading association for over a decade, as well as serving as an officer of the Northgate High School booster club, where all his children have attended. In his spare time, Andy enjoys God’s creation, including spending time outdoors with his family hunting and fishing.


    andy@ptcchurch.com

    404.557.1872

  • TODD wilson

    Todd and his wife Leslie grew up in Fayette County and have been married almost 30 years. He and Leslie have been attending Peachtree City Church of Christ together since 1985, when they first started dating They have two children who grew up at Peachtree City Church of Christ and are both currently in college. Todd has been a shepherd since December 2015. In his role, he oversees growth groups and helps in any capacity the church needs. For his day job, he works as a pilot with Spirit airlines.


    todd@ptcchurch.com

    678.570.3382

OUR DEACONS & Ministry Leaders

DEACONS

Bryan Adams, New Members

Vaughn Anderson, Facility Services

Brian Boyd, Good Samaritan

Bryan Boyett, Education and VBS

Lew Foshee, Hill Toppers

John Hayes, Facility Projects

David Higgins, Youth Support

Joseph Jennings, Finance

Clark Johnson, Growth Groups

Vic Long, Visitors' Experience

Aaron McCullough, Men's Ministry

Jeff Richardson, Missions

Tyler Watts, Lifebuilders

Kyle Weathers, Tweens


MINISTRY LEADERS

Stace Fauske, Technology

Warren Sims, Ashley Glen / Transportation

Bill Macke, Benevolence