MEET OUR TEAM
Meet our pastors and staff. You can contact them via email by clicking their photo.
Dayton’s passion is for the local church, discipleship, and evangelism. Dayton earned an M.A. of Global Apologetics from Liberty University, and a Ph.D. in Church and Dogma History from North-West University. He serves as an adjunct professor of church history for Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dayton lives in Rocky Mount with his wife Rebekah, and his sons: Jude, Gavin, and Ransom.
Taylor is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. He is also a graduate from The College at Southeastern. Taylor lives in Rocky Mount with his wife Melissa.
Luke is a student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and serves with Redeemer Kids and our Rooted life group. He lives in Rocky Mount.
Erik is a native of Nash County. He longs to see his hometown of Rocky Mount transformed by the gospel. He has served the Rocky Mount community as an educator for 20+ years. Erik earned a B.M. in music from East Carolina University and an M.A. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Erik lives in Rocky Mount with his beautiful wife Jennifer, and his daughters Chloe and Corrie and his sons Caleb and Calvin.
Jessie loves the gospel, seeing lives changed, and the city of Rocky Mount. Jessie earned B.S. in Accounting from North Carolina Wesleyan College and a B.S. in Finance from Appalachian State University. Jessie lives in Rocky Mount with her husband Keith and their sons, Justin and Jonathan.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Daniel desires to see the gospel change lives in the people of Redeemer and throughout Rocky Mount. He earned a B.S. in Religion from Liberty University and is currently completing a Master of Divinity in Preaching and Pastoral Ministry from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Daniel lives in Rocky Mount with his wife Kristen.
Manny is a student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and serves as our Connections Director. He also serves as the Director of Operations at Peacemakers in Rocky Mount. Manny lives in Rocky Mount.