Dr. Scott Fowler
Scott was born in Memphis, Tennessee and moved to Alabama when he was eight years old. Raised in the Indian Springs area, he and his family were members of the New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where his mother still attends. Scott graduated in the second class of Pelham’s new high school, and then went on to Jacksonville State University to pursue a degree in forestry. While there plans changed as Scott felt the call to be a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ and just a few months later sensed God calling him into the ministry.
Following the path to ministry in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Scott came under the care of the Committee on Ministry of the old Birmingham Presbytery and transferred to Bethel University. There he met several lifelong friends, learned a lot about ministry and life, and even learned some things attending classes! He got to participate in an overseas mission trip in his junior year to Papua, New Guinea. After graduation Scott went on to Memphis Theological Seminary, where he earned the Master of Divinity degree. While in Memphis, Scott met his bride-to-be at a local church’s singles fellowship. Scott and Linda have been married almost 30 years and have a rather large tribe of great kids; Hannah, Joshua, Rebekah, Sarah, Jonathan, Elizabeth, and Daniel.
After pastoring three churches, one in Tennessee, in Alabama, and then Arizona, Scott came back to Alabama in the fall of 1996 to pastor Spring Creek Church! Early in his ministry at Spring Creek, Scott took advantage of the close proximity of Beeson Divinity School where he enjoyed immensely the teaching while earning the Doctor of Ministry degree. It is his joy and honor to pastor those he considers to be some of the finest people in the whole world! His love is to spend time with the Lord, his family, church family and friends. A challenging and inspiring passage of scripture for Scott has served him well over the years and today is just as powerful, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.” (Proverbs 3:5,6)
Mary was born in Birmingham, Alabama, the daughter of Ernie and Anne Busenlehner. Being the youngest of eight children in a house filled with dedication to Christian Life, she was frequently helping at church with her parents and siblings. Early in life she was exposed to the blessings of volunteering at church and the parochial school that she attended. She was blest to find a career in printing at the age of twenty-five and enjoyed it for thirty-one years until her retirement in 2012. In 2002, she and Steve began going to dinner and from there God blessed them in 2004 when they married in May. Steve volunteers as the church Treasurer. Together in their retirement they enjoy their children, nine grandchildren, volunteering at church, farm life, fishing, gardening, and traveling.
Amy is a native of Montevallo and grew up as the youngest of 6 children. She graduated from the University of Montevallo with a Bachelor of Music (B.M.) degree and received her Master of Music (M.M.) degree from Louisiana State University. Spring Creek is Amy’s “home” church where she cultivated her faith through studying the bible and sharing the gospel with others through music at an early age. She has been the Music Director at Spring Creek Cumberland Presbyterian Church since 2006 and leads both the Adult and Children’s Choir as well as the worship music each Sunday. She is married to Dave and they are the proud parents to McEachern, Britton and Scarlett.
Jon Coleman has been playing the piano since he was six years old and played for his first congregation at the age of nine. He studied music at the University of Montevallo and the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Jon has played the piano for Spring Creek since 2010. He and his wife, Christy have two children, Raegan and Jack.
Kathy Huggins has been involved in a number of ministries at Spring Creek Church and was led to be the Children's Director approximately 15 years ago. She heads up our Kreek Kids program, Vacation Bible School, coordinates our Fall Festival, Christmas events and Easter Egg Hunt, teaches Sunday School and many other children's activities throughout the year. She involves the children not only in teaching them about the Lord through lessons and fun, but also through acts of service such as a Valentine's Day Tea for the senior ladies of our church.
Kathy's grandchildren are in the children's program and she has two daughters who help her with many of these activities. She lives in Montevallo with her husband, Tony.
Jaye being deep rooted in service to the church became our youth director. She and her husband Andrew have two children, Hannah & Ben.
Audra has been with our church for many years. Her husband Brian and her have two children, Alex and Bo. They also have two grandaughters Marilyn and Alaiah