Senior Pastor - Rev. Kevin Carter
Originally from Northwest Florida, Brother Kevin comes to us having pastored churches in Florida, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Tennessee. He has studied at the University of West Florida, The Baptist College of Florida, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy. A self-described "good-ol' boy," Brother Kevin loves the outdoors, riding his motorcycle, and watching football (GO GAMECOCKS!). Happily married since the late 90's, Brother Kevin and his wife, Shelley, have also been blessed with a large and loving family.
Interim Music Director - Mrs. Ellen Fender
Youth Director - Mr. Marshall Morehead
Marshall grew up in South Carolina, often traveling to different places throughout the state as a preacher's kid. He attended North Greenville College and played football there. During high school and college, he was active in several FCA programs. He has always had a passion for working with youth. As a police officer, he was the head of the DARE program for several years in the local public school system. He believes strongly that investing in our youth is one of the most important things we can do, for they are our future. Building a strong foundation of knowledge of God's Word and helping our youth understand His will for their lives are his top priorities. Marshall currently works as a firefighter and has been serving as Youth Minister for several years at Doctor's Creek. He enjoys camping, martial arts and spending time with family.
Pianist - Mrs. Melissa Carter
Church Secretary - Mrs. Jerilynn Hanna
Jerilynn Hanna has been serving as secretary at Doctor’s Creek since September of 2014. She is happily married to the pastor of Black Creek Baptist Church, here in Walterboro, and has been blessed with four daughters. Prior to coming to Doctor’s Creek, she spent numerous years as a paralegal and legal secretary. When she is not serving with her husband in ministry or tending to our many church needs, she is singing or raising show rabbits with her girls. Jerilynn considers Doctor’s Creek an extension of her “church family” and enjoys caring for our congregation.