A Bio for Hannah is coming soon!
A Bio for Hannah is coming soon!
John Hunt came to Calvary in the summer of 2019 from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. At Hardin-Simmons, he was director of the Baptist Student Ministry for 12 years and director of ministry services at the Logsdon School of Theology for one year. At Calvary, John serves as associate pastor for missions and spiritual formation.
John loves to plan trips, retreats and pilgrimages, though he holds that any spirituality worth your while ought to work at 10:30 in the morning on any random Tuesday. John is married to Molly Hunt, who is an English instructor, and they have three children: Miles, Lucy and Sunny. The Hunt family loves Cameron Park, Pinewood Coffee and all the folks they have met at Calvary.
Minister of Music and Worship
Randall Bradley has been a minister of music and worship since 1978, and has served at Calvary since 2001, with a short break from 2009 to 2012. Originally from Alabama, Randall lived in Missouri and Oklahoma before moving to Texas in 2000. He also mentors, teaches and encourages students at Baylor University through his work with the Church Music Program and the Center for Christian Music Studies. In addition to making music, Randall enjoys traveling, gardening and cooking.
Minister of Youth and Communications
Ali Chappell DeHay is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, and graduated from Meredith College with a degree in history. She moved to Waco in 2014 to attend George W. Truett Theological Seminary and began working at Calvary in May 2014. Ali is passionate about journeying through life – the good and the bad – alongside Calvary’s youth. She enjoys running with Papi, her Australian Shepherd; exploring any art museum she can find; and traveling with her husband, Harrison. Ali graduated from Truett in May 2017 and was ordained into the ministry by Calvary in March 2019.
We will be searching for a new children's minister in the days ahead. more info coming soon!
Abby Tankersley has been the office manager at Calvary since March 2020. She and her family have been members of Calvary since Aug. 27, 2006. Abby graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in education, and graduated with honors from the culinary arts program at Texas State Technical College. At Calvary, Abby has taught children’s Sunday school; served on youth and children’s committees and coordinating council; and has been a deacon. She and her husband Kevin, who is a writer and teaches journalism at Baylor, have been married for 24 years. They have two children, Sophie and Brazos, who are students at Midway High School.
Building & Property Manager
Glen Guthrie is from Stephenville, Texas, moved to Waco in 1987 to attend Baylor University, and has been here ever since. Guth – as he’s called by everyone who knows him – met Nichole at Baylor, and they were married in 1991. They joined Calvary that same year. Glen owned and operated Guthrie Trailer Sales for 26 years before selling it in 2016. He then began working part time as Calvary’s first building and property manager. In addition to spending time with his family, Glen enjoys attending Baylor football games and is a longtime member of the Creekside on the Brazos Tailgate Crew. Glen and Nichole have two children: Daradyn and Steel.
Michael Huerter is from Annville, Pennsylvania, though his family has Texas and Waco roots. He studied Christian Ministry at Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, PA, and graduated with an M.Div. and an M.M. in Church Music from Truett Seminary and Baylor University in 2019. He is currently a PhD student studying Church Music at Baylor. He is passionate about music, theology, and storytelling. Michael lives in Waco with his 90-lb Shiloh Shepherd dog named Tinkerbell, and enjoys cooking and playing disc golf.
In September 2011, Phillip Sitton retired after a 40-year career as associate pastor: worship/administrator at Shearer Hills Baptist Church in San Antonio. Later that month, he and his wife Pat moved to Waco and joined Calvary. Phil joined Calvary’s staff a year later. In addition to his work at Calvary, Phil serves as conductor for the Baylor Singing Seniors, an area-wide choir of approximately 100 senior adults. His passions are worship, travel, theater and Baylor sports.
Phil’s family includes son Chris, his wife Julie and their sons Devin and Kaleb, in San Antonio; and daughter Jennifer Davis, her husband Jonathan and their sons Tyler and Ryan, who are longtime members of Calvary.
Interim Preschool Coordinator
Bio for Cary is Coming Soon!