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Katie was born and raised in High Point, NC. She spent her undergraduate career at Roanoke College (Salem, VA), completed a Master of Divinity at Wake Forest University School of Divinity and a Master of Theology at Emory University. She is passionate about helping people grow in their faith through pursuing questions, doubts, and curiosities. In her spare time, she loves being outdoors cycling, running, hiking, or just enjoying a good book. She and John have a two-legged child named Sophie and a four-legged child named Lily.

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Rev. John Callaway

John was born and raised in Boiling Springs, SC. He completed an undergraduate degree and a master's degree in education at Clemson University and then attended the Wake Forest University School of Divinity and completed a Master of Divinity degree. Having worked in and alongside churches across the Southeast preaching, teaching, and leading music, John feels called to help others recognize the "burning bushes" in their lives and to help them grow along their faith journeys. John enjoys hiking, reading, playing music, and walking with his wife, Katie, daughter, Sophie, and dog, Lily.

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Rev. Josh S. Brewer
Assistant Minister for Community Missions

Rev. Joshua S. Brewer joined our staff in September of 2015 as Assistant Minister for Community Missions.  He grew up along the Gulf Coast in Gulfport, Mississippi.  He received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Mississippi College in 2000 and graduated from George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a Master of Divinity in Mission and World Christianity.

Currently Rev. Brewer teaches high school religion, journalism, and yearbook.  He is a Certified Journalism Educator and his publications have received multiple state and national honors.

Since college, Rev. Brewer has been involved in some sort of ministry.  He was a four-year summer staffer at Gulfshore Baptist Assembly in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi and served on M-Fuge staffs for six years, three of which he served as camp pastor.  He has been on multiple mission trips to places in the U.S. and to Mexico, Bolivia, Kenya, Rwanda, and India.  He has also served as a church worship leader and been the main speaker at state level college gatherings.

Rev. Brewer is married to Nicki Brewer, and they have two small children.  In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family, listening to music, playing guitar, watching movies, dabbling in photography, keeping up with the Denver Broncos and Baylor Bear sports, and reading.

Rev. James Richardson
Organist Emeritus

After 41 years as organist at First Baptist Savannah, and five years of retirement, Rev. James Richardson is back on the bench as interim organist.

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