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Pastor Tim began his Preaching Ministry in 1985. His internship program was through Lee University. He also studied at Elizabethtown Community College. He served as pastor of two other churches before accepting the pastorate at Christ Community Church.  He has served in many positions from Band Leader, Teacher, District Youth Pastor, and Associate Pastor before his first Senior Pastorate. He has played music in State Camp Meeting Bands, played on several studio albums and produced albums for local gospel groups over the past several years. Pastor Tim plays over 10 instruments.                                                                                                   

Pastor Tim accepted the Pastorate at Christ Community Church on November 5th, 2000. He has been pastor here over 20 years. He is married to his best friend, Anita Miller. They have three children, Mandy, Cory and Justin.

Mandy is married to BJ Ivitts and they have three children, Garrett, who was born April 19th 2002, Carter, who was born October 25th, 2006 and Avery, who was born August 25th, 2010 .   BJ and Mandy live in Paducah KY.

Cory is married to Angela Riley. They have two sons, Gaither, who was born April 1, 2010 and Max who was born June 15th, 2016 . They reside in Paducah KY.

Justin is married to Chelsie Cox. They have three children. Bryson, who was born April 16th, 2011 and Adalyn who was born May 8th, 2013 and J.T who was born July 20th, 2017.  Justin and his family live in Ohio County Kentucky.    

All of Pastor Tim's grandchildren affectionately call him "Poptart".                             


You can contact the Pastor by calling the church office at 270-744-0397 or you can reach him by emailing pastor@christchurchpaducah.com

McCracken County Sheriff's Department Chaplain

Pastor Tim also serves as the Chaplain for the McCracken County Sheriffs Department. He has served in that capacity from 2018 to current. Pastor said he feels very humbled to work along side such great men and women of the Department. It is a wonderful oportunity for ministry to the community. Not only does he work critical incidents,  but he serves as a friend, counselor and Pastor to the Department.