Scott Davis

Senior Pastor

Scott was born and raised in Spartanburg S.C. and was licensed and ordained into the ministry in 2010 by Mount Zion Baptist Church, Spartanburg. Scott's  passion is to see lives changed by teaching the Word and shepherding the people of CCC. As Lead Pastor Scott oversees the spiritual health and direction of the church and implements strategies to align staff and key leadership  to realize God's vision. Scott has been married to his wife Kelly for 28 years, they have four sons and two daughters-in-laws and one very precious grandson. Scott is also a member of the Board of Directors with Covington Theological Seminary, and serves as Director of Marketing. Scott also serves as Dean of the Coving Theological Seminary Boiling Springs Extension. Scott earned his Undergraduate from Fruitland Baptist Bible College and Covington Theological Seminary. He holds a Bachelors of Theology and is currently earning his Masters of Theology. 

Michael Stubblefield 

Associate Pastor 

Michael is a native of Spartanburg. He and his wife, Penny, have been married for 21 years. They have two children, Joshua and Kaitlyn. Michael is a graduate of Fruitland Baptist Bible College. He was called into the ministry in 2006 and began classes at Fruitland in 2008. Michael was ordained into the ministry by Zion Hill Baptist Church (Spartanburg) in 2010. Michael served as pastor of Clifton Second Baptist from 2010-2016. He and Penny planted Relevant Church East in 2016 and they merged with Oakdale Community Church in 2018, where he served as pastor until September of 2020. Michael’s passion is the great commission. He has been on short term mission trips to Biloxi, MS after Hurricane Katrina, Memphis, TN for Street Reach, and New York City where he helped a Romanian Church start to reach their very diverse community. Michael also served many trips to Gray, KY. Along with many local missions, he has also served internationally in Burkina Faso, West Africa, and in Jamaica. Michael believes we need to focus on not “going to church”, but rather to always to “be the church”

Andrew Estes 

Worship Pastor

Andrew has a true heart for discipleship. His desire is not simply to sing and play songs with a group of people called a praise team. His desire is to see those who serve on the praise team grow spiritually, and use their giftedness for the glory of God. He also loves teaching the next generation to lead worship.

 "it is imperative to teach the next generation to lead as we have been led"
- Andrew Estes

"Andrew has a heart to see all people across all generations genuinely worshipping the Lord as a lifestyle, his hard work and dedication is unmatched"
-Pastor Scott Davis

Andrew has been married to his wife Elizabeth for seven years and together they have a beautiful daughter named Evelyn. 

Erinn Bridges  

Student Pastor 

I want to see Christ move in a students life and be forever changed by Him, in the same way He changed my life when I was their ages!

I'm a very upbeat person, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, watching South Carolina football and North Carolina basketball (I know that sounds weird). But most of all bringing about to gather with brothers and sisters in Christ to study his word and grow in Him is my greatest passion.

I am one of 7 children (I'm right in the middle lol). I have been raised by two godly parents who from a young age have been teaching me on what it means to live a Christlike life.

Penny Stubblefield 

Director of Missions 

Penny is a native of Cowpens. She has been married to Michael for 21 years. They have two children together, Joshua and Kaitlyn. Penny graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling from USC Upstate. She would love to one day earn her Master’s in Christian Counseling. Penny loves missions and her passion is for the lost. She frequently goes out in her community seeking homeless and others who are struggling so she can share the good news and love of Jesus with them. She has also served on short term missions in Biloxi, MS after Hurricane Katrina where she handed out Bibles and prayed with those who were displaced after the storm. She also served at Street Reach in Memphis, TN where she taught backyard Bible Clubs and spent the afternoon building relationships with those in the community. Penny also served for several years in Gray, KY. There were many who were saved during the trips there and many relationships that continue to this day. She has also served internationally in Nova Scotia, Canada and in Jamaica. Penny believes the best way to reach the lost is by investing in them and building relationships with them.


Steve Ledbetter 


Bob Matson  


Robin Hoover   

Deacon Chairman 

Kevin Smith    

Jeff Henson