Our Pastors

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Pastor Adam Pace

Adam has been our pastor since September 2013.  He is married with four children.  He was called by God to the preaching ministry in 2009.  He received his Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY in May 2013.  He completed most of his coursework online while working full-time as a community pharmacist.  He previously served as a Preaching Intern and Deacon at Bellevue Baptist in Nashville, TN.

Adam is a bivocational pastor, which means that he has a full-time job in addition to his ministry at our church.  He serves as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Belmont University College of Pharmacy in Nashville, TN.  He received his pharmacy education at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).

Adam has a strong passion and conviction that the Bible is God's word.  His preaching takes this conviction seriously by presenting God's word to his people and challenging them to obey it.  Listen to some of his sermons here.

Associate Pastor Justin Manry

Justin and Rebecca Manry

Justin has been our Associate Pastor for Children and Youth since September 2017. He has been married to his wonderful wife Rebecca since August 2017. He was actively involved in the children and youth ministries of the church where he grew up in Maryland, and felt called by God during college to pursue student ministry. He graduated from Towson University in 2014 and became a collegiate ministry intern, and started taking online classes for his Master of Divinity in Christian Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2015. He expects to graduate in May of 2018.

Justin has a passion for helping the children and youth of Harvest Fields and the surrounding area grow and flourish in their walk with the Lord. He currently teaches the Youth Sunday School class and a Wednesday night Youth on Mission class at the church, along with overseeing the various ministries Harvest Fields has for both children and youth. He is a firm believer that prayer and commitment to God's Word can change the lives of young people around the world, starting in Cheatham County.