Our leadership Team

YCreekBC approaches church staffing slightly different.  We seek to use as many of our lay leaders in key leadership roles keeping the actual church staff rather small.  All of our pastoral staff are cross-vocational having either other employment in the community or are going to school.

Dr. Shane Garrison  |  Transitional Pastor

email:  shanegarrison01@hotmail.com


Dr. Garrison has been serving as Transitional Pastor since November 2016.  He is Vice President for Enrollment Services and Associate Professor of Educational Ministries at Campbellsville University.  He has served churches in TX as KY as youth pastor, associate pastor and transitional pastor.  He is married to Dr. Jennifer Garrison and they have two sons, Isaac and Ethan.

Dr. Tony Cunha | Interim Worship Minister

email:  aocunha98@gmail.com


Dr. Cunha has been serving as Interim Worship Minister since February 2017.  He is dean of the Campbellsville University School of Music and associate professor of music. He has served in worship leadership in churches throughout KY and Brazil. He is the leader of KY Baptist Men's Chorale.  He is married to Racquel and they have two children.

Adam Hicks  |  Youth Director

email:  adam.0825@hotmail.com


Adam has been serving as Youth Director at YCreekBC since September 2016.  He's a graduate of Campbellsville University majoring in Psychology and Pastoral Ministries. Adam is married to Kaitlin.  The couple lives in Bowling Green.

Jessica Rummage | Children's Ministry leader

email: jcook_42701@msn.com


Jessica has been a member of YCreekBC for 3 years. She has been involved in the children's ministry by serving on the children's council and as a VBS teacher. She and her husband Rondal have been married for 10 years and have 3 children, Eli, Raechel, and Shelby.

Pat Filyaw  |  Church Secretary

email:  pfilyaw@yahoo.com


Ms. Pat has been serving YCreekBC faithfully for nine years.  She is available Tuesday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM each week.  She lives in Elizabethtown.