Our church has recognized men to lead us in what we teach and how we follow Jesus. They serve Redeemer by maintaining its vision and mission.
Rhett is married to Megan and father of Claire, Ford, Gus, and Libby. He is an infectious disease physician and enjoys caring for patients and teaching medical students and medical residents. Outside of work he spends time coaching his sons’ baseball teams, and likes to find time for hiking and mountain biking. The Shirley family has lived in Greenville since 2011 and have been members of Christ the Redeemer since the church was founded.
Jason was born and grew up near Atlanta, GA. He graduated from Georgia State University in 1994 with a degree in business administration. He is married to Dawn Taylor and they have 3 children- Joshua, Jacob, and Alyssa. Jason enjoys spending time with his family and being involved in the things they enjoy. Jason has been a believer for over 35 years and is committed to following Christ and serving the church. He believes that God brought his family to the Greenville area over 10 years ago for a purpose. While his family has faced many trials and struggles during this time, God has used these to increase their faith and draw them closer to Him. Jason and his family were a part of the initial Bible study that ultimately led to Christ the Redeemer forming as a church in September 2017. Christ the Redeemer has provided a place of service, growth, community, and discipleship for Jason and his family.
Matt was born in suburban Ohio, moved to rural Kentucky, graduated from the University of Louisville, served in La Plata, Argentina, married Ashley, attended the Bethlehem Institute in Minneapolis, earned his MDiv and PhD in Biblical Studies, Theology, and Early Church History at Southern Seminary. After having gone to Charlotte to plant a church, he and his family moved to Greenville where he currently serves as Dean of Christian Ministries for North Greenville University Online. He loves reading, working out, is learning how to hunt and fly fish. While he loves theology books, he also loves reading books outside of his purview in an effort to constantly grow.