Kirkwood Baptist Church is currently in the process of a Senior Pastor Search. Please prayerfully ask of God “Who would you have us to be and what would you have us to do?”
Watch for upcoming information regarding the search process.
Dr. James Hill, Interim Pastor
Jim has previously been president of RDI Consulting and Resource Churches, a Jefferson City-based consulting firm providing strategy and resource development services to institutions, non-profit organizations, churches, and Christian ministries. Prior to coming to his present leadership roles he served as executive director of the Missouri Baptist Convention from 1998 to 2001. Prior to beginning … continue reading?
Dr. Greg Lundberg, Associate Pastor for Music & Worship
Greg Lundberg began his responsibilities as Associate Pastor for Music and Worship at KBC on August 7, 2006. He and his wife Polly have 2 daughters, Ashley and Chelsea. Polly is a partner in ministry … Continue reading ?
Rev. Donna Watts, Associate Pastor for Christian Education
Rev. Donna Watts, Associate Pastor for Christian Education Donna Watts began serving part-time as the Interim for Educational Ministries in September of 2002. A year later, KBC asked Donna to continue serving as the permanent part-time Associate Pastor for Education … Continue reading ?
Jillian Farmer, Minister to Youth
Jillian was born and raised in Texas. She graduated with her undergraduate degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2008 with a double major in Social Work and History. In May 2012 Jillian received her M.Div from The McAfee School of Theology, where she was on the Christian Social Ethics track.
Jillian has previously served as a CBF Collegiate Congregational Intern in Grayson, Georgia, worked for CBF as a General Assembly Intern, and was deeply involved at Northside Drive Baptist Church in Atlanta. This is her first time on a church staff and she is thrilled to be part of the KBC family.
Our office staff is the backbone of KBC and touches nearly every aspect and every ministry of our church. They maintain calendars and data bases. They track worship attendance, record contributions, and write checks. They help manage money, answer telephones, and greet visitors. They order supplies, coordinate mailings, and print our bulletins and newsletter – the Kindler. They support committees and organizations and, in many ways, provide front line ministry as they respond and distribute requests for information, prayer, and care. Along with the rest of KBC, they help us strive together to faithfully be the presence of Christ in our community and around the world.