Our Staff

Andrew Barclift

Andrew Barclift

Pastor to Children & Families

 

Andrew began serving as Associate Pastor of Children in January 2010 and has been serving in children’s ministry since May of 2006. Andrew became a Christian at a young age and the Lord gave him a desire to serve Him in ministry during his early college years. Pastor Andrew holds two degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. Andrew has been married to Jasmine since 2008 and they have two daughters, Whitley-Kate and Maddie-Grace.

Roger Moss

Roger Moss

Pastor of Youth & Sports Outreach

 

Roger began serving at Good Hope in August 2015. At age 9, Roger started his journey with Christ and felt called by God into ministry at an early age but ran from it. Pastor Roger began serving in ministry October 2000.

He graduated from Gardner-Webb University in 2007 with his Master of Divinity in Christian Education. Before becoming a minister, Roger married his amazing wife, Debbie, in 1999. They are raising two daughters, Annalyse and Kaylee, who love God, geek culture, and seeking out adventure.

The framework for Pastor Roger’s ministry is based off Genesis 1:27, Deuteronomy 6:4-9, and Philippians 4:12-14.

Luanna Adams

Luanne Adams

Worship Leader

 

Luanne grew up at Good Hope where she accepted Jesus as her Savior at the age of 8. After receiving her Masters in Nursing from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1989, Luanne moved away and began working full-time in nursing management. In 1996, she moved back to the Cary area, went part-time in nursing and soon began leading the music ministry at Good Hope. As the ministry grew, Luanne put her nursing career on hold, giving more time to leading worship and raising her family, a decision she has never regretted. She and her husband, Scott, have three children: Macon, Charlotte and Amos.

Jetana McKinley

Jetana McKinley

Preschool Director

 

Jetana is the director of our Preschool Program at Good Hope.  To learn more about the program, visit our Preschool page.

Kathy Sears

Kathy Sears

Administrative Ministry Assistant

 

Kathy grew up in Greensboro, NC, accepting Jesus as her Savior on a special Christmas Eve at age 12. She graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and a Minor in Genetics, emphasis in Microbiology. It was here that she met her husband, Warren. Since graduating from college, she has worked in various settings, including university, elementary school, bakery, corporate, and is thankful that God led her to Good Hope. Kathy and Warren have two children, James and Ashley. They also have a spoiled dog, a border collie/pointer mix named Sasha.

Gary Hurst

Gary Hurst

Financial Secretary

 

Gary has been a lifelong member of Good Hope Church. He holds a degree in Business Management from King’s Business College. Gary has served as a deacon and has been the church treasurer and financial secretary for many years.

Tony Smith

Tony Smith

Facilities Manager & Maintenance Coordinator

 

While growing up at Good Hope, Tony quickly developed skills as the “Fix It Man.” No matter what was needed from repairing the AC, designing a renovation or building drama props, Tony was the church’s go-to person. Even while working full-time at UNC Hospitals in charge of Construction, Carpentry and Paint and helping his dad on a side business for years, he served tirelessly behind the scenes at Good Hope as a Trustee and often while leading that team. On many occasions, he has been known to work at church overnight, so it seemed things magically appeared during the night. Tony began serving in this official new role of Facilities Manager and Maintenance Coordinator in January 2018.

Wesley Nelson

Wesley Nelson

Communications Project Coordinator

 

Wesley Nelson began serving at Good Hope in the August 2018.  Originally from eastern North Carolina, Wesley was saved at summer camp in 2008 but later in his life realized he was doing everything for the wrong reason.  He then rededicated his life at FUGE in 2014 where he felt his call to ministry as a worship leader.  After two years of leading worship, he found he wanted to more specifically serve in AV/Media ministry because he saw the great need for helping others have better access to the Gospel.