Justin Williams, Pastor
What are your responsibilities at Coburn? I am the pastor at Coburn UMC. I share each week the word that God has placed on my heart. I cast vision, create systems, and pray for the future of our church. I lead our staff and lay leaders in helping Coburn to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Tell us about your family. My wife Chanda and I are blessed with two boys—Wesley (born 2012) and Walter (born 2015). None of our extended family live locally. So, we travel to visit them often.
3 words that best describe you Compassionate, Driven, Relational
What do you enjoy doing for fun? Music (singing playing, listening, etc.), running, reading, playing with building toys (legos, marble runs, etc.), spending time with my family,
Interesting Facts- While in middle school and high school, I wore sandals to school every day (even in the snow). I am one day older than my wife—Chanda. I am a (very) amateur magician. Both of our boys were born on Sundays.
What is your favorite Bible Verse? Romans 8:1
Webster Cox, Associate Pastor
What are your responsibilities at Coburn? Hospital visitation, nursing home visitation, and visiting members and constituents confined to home care. We have a fluctuating list of approximately 35 people needing visitation. At this time there are fourteen volunteers assisting me in this ministry. I assist Pastor Justin during the Worship Services as liturgist and occasionally preach as requested.Tell us about your family. My wife is Sherry Cox and we have seven children, nineteen grandchildren, and seventeen great grandchildren. Most of them live throughout Ohio.
3 words that best describe you “I y’am what I y’am!”
What do you enjoy doing for fun? Eat, fly, SCUBA, garden, lift weights
Interesting Fact- My undergraduate degree major was in physiological psychology with minors in education, religion-philosophy, sociology, and business. My senior seminar study on the behavior patterns of crayfish was published.
What is your favorite Bible Verse? I have many favorite Bible verses but the two that give me great support are Romans 8:28 and Philippians 4:13.
Connie Driggs, Music Director
What are your responsibilities at Coburn? Music Director (Chancel Choir & Handbell Choir)
Tell us about your family. Garry and I have been married for forty wonderful years. We have three adult children Neely lives in Dallas, Tx, Kim at Auburn University, Al. Ryan in Knoxville,Tn.
3 words that best describe you committed, faithful, honest
What do you enjoy doing for fun? Bicycling and walking
Interesting Fact- I I responded to His calling to serve Coburn Church 20+ years ago and the hymn "Here I Am,Lord" Is it I Lord? I respond with "I will go Lord, if you lead me, because I hear your calling and will serve your people.
What is your favorite Bible Verse? Isaiah 41:10
Angie White, Secretary & Bookkeeper
What are your responsibilities at Coburn? I am the Office Administrator and Bookkeeper. I am also the pleasant voice you hear when you call the Church Office.Tell us about your family. I have been married to my wonderful husband Gary White for 14 years. We have two beautiful daughters, Alayna is ten and Samantha is seven.
3 words that best describe you I am friendly, caring,
What do you enjoy doing for fun? camping, fishing, gardening, and spending time with family and friends
Interesting Fact- I like to do automotive work.
What is your favorite Bible Verse? 1 Corinthians 13:4-8
Stacey Fleming, Latchkey Director
What are your responsibilities at Coburn? Direct Coburn's Latchkey program.
Tell us about your family. Walter and I have been married a little more than a decade and will celebrate our next anniversary in November. We have a beautiful daughter, Laila, who is seven years old. Our family welcomed a new addition this past fall with the arrival of our husky mix, Maxie Rose.
3 words that best describe you Compassionate, dedicated, spontaneous
What do you enjoy doing for fun? Listening to music, reading, playing games.
Interesting Fact I like to sing
What is your favorite Bible Verse? Jeremiah 29:11