Rev. Chris Cash, Senior Minister, began serving FCC in April 2019. Chris is a native of Paducah, KY, and has lived in Georgetown since September 2012. He and his wife, Rev. Erin Cash, have one daughter, Ella. Chris is a graduate of the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (VA) and was ordained in 2000. In 2011, Chris completed the process of transferring his ordination to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). He has 7 years experience serving as Pastor in addition to over 15 years experience in youth and associate ministry. He has served congregations in Richmond, VA; Paducah, KY; North Middletown, KY; and Georgetown, KY. 

Chris enjoys running, reading, movies, baseball, and is an avid Chicago Cubs fan. His long list of favorite authors includes Brene Brown, Frederick Buechner, Rachel Held Evans, Brian McLaren, Richard Rohr, Rob Bell, and Barbara Brown Taylor.

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Chris Prichard, Youth Director grew up near Frenchburg, KY and moved to Morehead to attend college after high school graduation.  Chris graduated from Morehead State University in 2008 with a BA in English and Secondary Education.  Outside of his work with FCC Georgetown, Chris is the TRIO Academic Bridge Coordinator for the Upward Bound Programs at Morehead State University where he works with high school students in 18 high schools across the region.  Chris has over 10 years experience working with youth and served most recently as Youth Director at FCC Morehead.  Chris currently resides in Winchester, KY and recently began work toward a MA degree in Higher Education Administration.

Dr. Cully Bell joined the staff in April of 2017, and serves the church as our Minister of Music. He has a BM in piano performance from UK, and both a MM and a DMA in piano performance from University of Cincinnati. He is currently teaching at EKU, and also does accompanying. Dr. Bell has won many honors, including most recently the Illinois State Music Teachers Association Member of the Year in 2016.

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Kelli Evans, Accompanist is currently a masters student at Eastern Kentucky University.  She is studying choral conducting in the hopes of becoming a college choir director one day.  She graduated from Campbellsville University in 2018 with a bachelors degree in music education.  She began singing from the time she could speak and she started piano lessons in 4th grade.  She has sung with and accompanied several choirs in central Kentucky and is now serving FCC Georgetown as their pianist.  Kelli is from Bradfordsville, Kentucky, a small town “right in the middle of the state.”  Her small-town roots have kept her grounded in her purpose, to spread joy and light wherever she is planted.

Marcia Wallace, Nursery Attendant

Teresa B, Church Administrator tries to keep the rest of us in line.  She spent her early years in Maryland, and then moved to southern California to complete her college degree in Business Administration:  Accounting Theory, and Practice.  She has also served as the Accounting manager for a professional theatre troupe while her family was stationed in Florida.  She is married to Paul, who works for the federal government, and they have two daughters: Brittany, who is married to Adam and lives in North Carolina, and Terra, who is a student at Scott County High.  She enjoys cooking and exercise, and is currently learning to make stained glass.

Jessi Jump, Webmaster manages the website and social media of the church. A native Georgetownian and graduate of Georgetown College, she has spent her professional life in nonprofit service focusing primarily on fundraising, communications and administration. Jessi has two amazing daughters (Brynna and Maren) and enjoys reading, writing and playing board games.

Scott Jarvis, Maintenance and Housekeeping, has been married to Linda for 25 years and is the proud father of three sons. He enjoys baseball games, camping, and hanging out with his family. A retired Fire Marshal from 21 years of dedicated service to the Georgetown Fire Department, Scott handles all maintenance and housekeeping for First Christian Georgetown.

Derek Jarvis, Maintenance and Housekeeping