• Rev. Dr. Bradley Knox Walker - Pastor

    Rev. Dr. Bradley Knox Walker was born in Galveston, Texas, moving a year later to Atlanta where he grew up in the Decatur area.  He is a lifelong Presbyterian.  He graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy and a minor in Religion from Wake Forest University.  Brad received his Master of Divinity and later his Doctor of Ministry degrees from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.

    He served in a variety of pastoral positions in diverse congregations and communities in Arkansas, Texas and Alabama.  He served as pastor and head of staff in a 500-member church in Topeka, Kansas and as a hospice chaplain.  Before coming to Moultrie, he served as an interim pastor at a church in Kingsport, Tennessee.  Brad and his wife, Lee, moved to Moultrie in July, 2021.

  • Rebecca Brinson - Director of Music

    Rebecca Brinson lives in Coolidge, GA with her husband Jack, daughter Josephine, a few dogs, chickens, a horse, and a donkey. Rebecca was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN and moved to Georgia in 2011. Her father started her very young in music performance: by the age of 4 she was singing in front of her church and playing piano.

    She received both her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Vocal Performance from the University of Minnesota, and after, went to Florida State University to pursue her post-graduate studies in Opera Performance. She has worked for many years with choirs, working as section leader, soloist, accompanist, and director. Rebecca has taught private voice and piano lessons on and off for the last twenty years where she enjoyed the one-on-one connection with her students. As a choir director she enjoys the challenge of keeping a group of people engaged and working to not only better themselves, but also working together towards excellence in musical performance for the benefit of making a more worshipful experience for everyone in the congregation.

  • Tom Whiddon - Accompanist

    Tom has spent the past 35 years playing piano, conducting and directing Broadway tours throughout the US, Canada, Europe and Japan. A native of Sparks, GA, Tom graduated magna cum laude with a B. Mus. degree in piano performance from Valdosta State College. Throughout his career, Tom has worked with some of the best-known directors, choreographers and conductors in the theater world. After a long career in theater, Tom is happy to be back home in South Georgia.

  • Penny Alligood - Administrative Assistant

    Penny Alligood graduated from Forest Park High School -- just south of Atlanta -- in 1993. After introductory positions at Jim Wood & Assoc. PR firm, the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce and The Colonnade newspaper at Georgia College in Milledgeville, she moved to Athens and pursued a BA in English Literature.
    The religion and philosophy courses were too tempting to resist, but Penny finally followed motherly advice and applied for and was offered a position at a statewide economic development magazine called Georgia Trend. So she was not, after all, destined for a career as a full time student. And she finally graduated from the University of Georgia summa cum laude in 1998.
    Working her way up from Editorial Assistant, Penny spent the majority of her 23-year-career in publishing as Georgia Trend magazine’s Creative Director. That role afforded her the opportunity to meet businesspeople, politicians and rising stars throughout Georgia. Penny managed the magazine design and production process, as well as, the freelance photographers and designers. She finally left the magazine business behind in December 2019 and moved from Atlanta to Moultrie.
    Penny’s family has deep roots in Colquitt County but this is her first opportunity to settle in Moultrie. With lots of family nearby and an ever-growing love for the community and the congregation of Moultrie First Presbyterian, Penny has found a new home in more ways than one.

  • Food Services Director

    This position is vacant.  We are looking for a motivated, energetic, competent person to direct the food services for our church.  This is a part-time position responsible for ordering supplies and preparing meals for the Wednesday Night at the Church (WATCH) program and other events throughout the year.  Inquiries about the position should be directed to the church office.

  • Bonnie Newsome - Housekeeping

    Bonnie has many jobs at our church. She is the sexton, nursery worker, cook in the kitchen, and is a helper and friend to all our members. All the children know and love Bonnie. She is a very active member of the Union Missionary Baptist Church. Bonnie has worked at the Presbyterian Church for more than 30 years.

  • Director of Family Ministries

    This position is vacant.  The search for a new Director of Family Ministries has begun.  Inquiries about the position should be directed to the church office.

  • Anna Davis - Preschool Director

    Anna Davis has joined the First Presbyterian Preschool staff as director. Having attended this program throughout her preschool years, FPC Preschool holds a special place in her heart. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Auburn University and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Special Education. The last 9 years brought her to two different schools in two different states where she taught students with diverse educational needs in both middle and high school. She counted it a joy to watch them grow as learners and as individuals. She is looking forward to this new chapter where she is able to work with young learners as well as a talented faculty and staff.

    Anna and her husband Franky have two children, Trey and Ellie, who are entering 2nd grade and 3-year-old preschool next year. They recently settled here in Moultrie and are looking forward to raising their family in such a supportive community.

  • Part-Time Youth Director

    First Presbyterian Church is seeking applicants for a Part-time Interim Youth Director.  Please contact the church office at 229-985-3158 for more information.