Pastor - Reverend Carrie Myers

Pastor Carrie provides spiritual leadership and oversight of church leaders and the congregation.  Her job description includes preaching, teaching, congregational care and counseling, administering the sacraments, and championing the church’s mission and vision.

Rev. Carrie, an Ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church, is a member of the South Georgia Annual Conference and has served as a pastor since 2001 in the North Georgia Conference Annual and several congregations in the South Georgia Conference Annual Conference.  Before entering ministry she worked as an R.N. and High School teacher.  Her education includes a Nursing Degree from Georgia South Western University, B.S.Ed. from the University of Georgia, and M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary. She is married to Rev. Kenneth Myers has three children and two grandchildren. 

Pastor Carrie is passionate about “making disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world,” spiritual formation and helping the people of God realize their call to share in building God’s Kingdom here on earth. She enjoys “spending time with her family, traveling with her husband, reading, coffee and cookies ‘on a limited basis.’” 

Secretary - Jessica Parker

Nursery - Rachel Whitsett


Jane Moore - Pianist
I play the piano for the Sunday morning service and for the adult choir occasionally.  When not playing for the choir, I enjoy singing with them.
We moved to Turner County when I was 2, and except for an 11 year interlude, I have lived here all my life.  I started taking piano lessons in first grade and continued into college, where I majored in PE with a minor in music from Auburn. 
I grew up playing the piano in church, starting with children's choir when I was 10 or 11.  I have played the organ, but would much rather play the piano.
 My teaching career began and ended in Turner County after 30 years.  I began teaching PE to 5th and 6th graders, then moved to 3rd and 4th grades.  After a few years I moved into the classroom and went back to college to add Early Childhood to my degree.  Since I was back in the college mode, I continued on, getting my Master's and Specialist degrees.  I have been retired for 9 years now, and have enjoyed being able to spend time with the grandchildren.
I enjoy using the talent God gave me to play the piano for church.  I hope that I can be a blessing to someone each week and bring glory to Him!


Debbie Conner - Music Director
I direct the chancel choir, lead congregational singing for Sunday morning worship, and coordinate other music ministries pertaining to worship. 

I am married to Ronnie Conner and we have four children, a daughter and son in law, and three wonderful grandchildren. I sang my first solo at the age of three standing on the piano bench beside my mother. I grew up in Ocilla, Georgia the youngest of four girls.  My mother was the church pianist and my father the song leader of our rural Baptist church for twenty five years. My sisters and I sang together in our home church and other area churches. For two years we were a part of a traveling evangelistic team. I received my Bachelors and Masters dress in Early Childhood Education and a Specialist degree in Leadership all from Valdosta State University. I taught several grade levels and subjects including General music before going into administration. I retired from education in June of 2016 after thirty years. I have been a member of AFUMC for twenty eight years. I have been on staff since August of 2011.  I enjoy this position immensely and feel richly blessed to be a part of the worship team.