Our desire is to put the needs of the body of Christ first and our needs second. We want to follow Christ more every day through reading His word, prayer, and telling others about Him. We live to take the move of God that we are experiencing in Woodstock to the far corners of the World through local and international missions.
There are two ways that you can join this journey with us. The first way is to serve on campus every Sunday. We have many opportunities to serve around our campus such as greeting, kids, ushering, trolly driver, and more. The second way is to help fund the mission through financial giving. The Bible says in Malachi 3:10 "Bring the full tenth into the storehouse so that there may be food in my house. Test me in this way,” says the Lord of Armies. “See if I will not open the floodgates of heaven and pour out a blessing for you without measure." Click Here to learn more about how you can give.
To find out more on how you can join us, please fill out our digital Connect Card and a member of our team will respond very soon.
Pastor Jeremy Morton
Jeremy and his wife, Carrie are lifelong Georgia residents who were church planters in the central part of the state for many years. Jeremy became the senior pastor of Cartersville First Baptist Church in the fall of 2013. Before his role as senior pastor at CFBC, Jeremy served as senior pastor at Cross Point Baptist Church in Perry since its inception in 2002.
He has been preaching since the age of 16. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christianity from Brewton Parker College in 2004, a Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 2007, and upon completing his dissertation will receive his Doctor of Ministry in Expository Preaching from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
Jeremy’s hobbies include sports, reading, enjoying nature, and spending time with family. Pastor Jeremy’s life purpose statement: “I aim to glorify God by being a faithful husband, supportive father, loyal friend, and loving leader.” Jeremy and Carrie are the proud parents of Zeke, Madie, and Abe. The Mortons believe God’s call upon their family is to immerse themselves in the local church. They have a clear passion for people and their community. Their earnest prayer is for God’s glory to be displayed in their personal and public life as a family.