Large enough to serve you. Small enough to know you.
It is the priority of our staff to be servants. If you are in need of administrative details to a listening ear, stop by and pay us a visit. The church office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm, and Fridays from 9 am to noon. We do close for lunch between 12:30 -1pm.
SENIOR TEACHING PASTOR
Nathan has been at FBC Allegan since January of 2015. Formerly he pastored a church in Grand Rapids MI for eleven years. He is a graduate of Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary where he earned a Master of Divinity with an emphasis in Counseling. Nathan enjoys hanging out with his wife and their four sons. He is always looking for an excuse to fire up his charcoal grill. You will probably see him on the side of the road training for his next race.
Pastor Scott is married to Angie and they have three children and four grandkids. Scott is a graduate of University of Maryland and has also taken classes through Luther Rice University with an emphasis on Pastoral Ministries. Scott likes to fly planes, run marathons, spend time with Angie, travel, cook creative dinners and likes anything related to music. His favorite movies include The Great Race and Groundhog Day and The Great Escape.
Robin has served at FBC as the Ministry Assistant since July 2006. Robin has a marketing degree, has taken several classes in textile/apparel technology and has enjoyed attending the Christian Writer's Conference at Maranatha. Robin and Rich have been married for 35 years. They have one daughter and son-in-law. Robin enjoys writing, family outings, travel, shopping, reading, collecting quotes, designing and selling crafts at arts & crafts shows, and helping her daughter with marketing her book.
Melissa serves at FBC as an Executive Secretary. This is a dream job for Melissa, the ability to work, serve and use her gifts for her church family. Melissa and David have been married for 37 years. Melissa likes to read, work in her gardens, spend time with her husband and being a grandma.
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