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The Front Street Baptist Church Worship Team & Friends

Tim Stutts has served as senior pastor of Front Street Baptist Church in Statesville, NC for three years.  He served as youth pastor of the church for six years prior. Tim is passionate for God’s Word, preaching and worship. His love for music began at age 11 when he began playing trumpet in the school band; he played in the concert band, marching band and jazz band.  His passion for worship began as a teenager when traveling around leading worship and doing concerts in local churches.  Tim received his Associate degree in Religion from Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute in 1994, a B.S. degree from Gardner Webb University in 1997, and a  Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2004. Tim and his wife, Dionne have two children, Jaden (6) and Caleb (4).  Tim will share sermons and inspirational times during our time in Asia.

Doris Swaim has extensive experience in church music, having served as church organist for 15 years in Maryland, then serving as pianist of Front Street Baptist Church in Statesville, North Carolina for almost 26 years. Doris received her Bachelor of Music Education and her Master of Music degrees from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. In addition to her church music responsibilities, Doris has taught music in colleges for 15 years and has served as a music teacher for more than thirteen years in elementary and secondary schools. Doris frequently accompanies community concerts and plays for weddings.  Doris and her husband, Steve, have two grown sons, Eric and David. The couple resides in Statesville.  Doris is our pianist.

Charles Kincaid has always had a deep rooted passion for drums, although he did not cultivate that passion until joining Front Street Baptist Church eight years ago. Charles, who has no formal training in music, has a God-given musical gift of playing by ear. He only has to hear a song once or twice to be able to play the song with a high level of skill. Seminars, worship conferences, and classes have all helped Charles to understand that this spiritual gift is not for self gain, "performance" ability, or even the congregation, but for coming and leading others into God's presence for an Audience of One.  Charles and his wife, Lynn, have two children, Whitney, 17, and Josh, 14. They reside in Statesville, North Carolina.  Charles is our drummer.

Kevin Reigle is currently band director at South Stokes High School in Walnut Cove, North Carolina. He previously taught nine years as band director at North Iredell Middle and High Schools in Olin, North Carolina. Kevin earned his Master of Music degree in music education at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. While in graduate school, he was a member of the ASU Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, and Trumpet Choir. Kevin also played first chair trumpet in the Watauga Community Band and served as the band's conductor for the summer concert series. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. While at ECU, Kevin was a three-year trumpet soloist and section leader for the ECU Marching Pirates. He also participated in concert band, symphonic band, wind ensemble, orchestra, brass choir, and jazz ensembles. He has played in many community musical productions, such as Wizard of Oz, Brigadoon, Once Upon a Mattress, Big River, Annie, and others. In addition to his duties as a band director, Kevin performs with the Piedmont Wind Symphony and the Front Street Baptist Church Instrumental Ensemble. He also serves as substitute worship leader, when needed. Kevin is married to Sandy and has one son, Jacob. The family resides in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Kevin plays trumpet on our team.

Pam Farnsworth has been involved in church music since her preschool days, singing in choirs and playing handbells. Pam is currently the Chorus Teacher & Assistant Band Director at Bunker Hill High School in Claremont, NC. She currently has over 50 students in both Chorus & Band. Her students are active in several Honors Chorus and Band Ensembles throughout North Carolina.  She gained extensive experience in marching bands, pep bands, and both large and small instrumental ensembles during her high school and college years. Pam received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. She has played piano and clarinet, but her major instrument is French horn. Pam currently plays the horn in the Front Street Baptist Church Instrumental Ensemble. Pam and her husband, Chuck, live in Conover, North Carolina.  Pam plays French horn in our worship band.

Jason Hudson has been active in church music most of his life. As a young teen, he would lead music at his church when their music minister was away. At the age of 16, he began singing with a quartet called “Spirit to Spirit”. They sang together for two years. As a senior in high school, he felt God’s call into the ministry. After high school he attended Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute where he received a degree in religion/church ministry. While at Fruitland, he started singing and traveling with a quartet called “Lighthouse”. They sang together from 1993 to 1996. He continued to be involved in the music ministry with other groups and as a soloist. He was ordained into the Gospel Ministry on September 19, 2007 and is now in full time ministry as the Worship Pastor for Grace Fellowship at the Lake. He is married to Vicki Hudson and they have two kids, Abby and Seth. They reside in Statesville, North Carolina. Jason is a vocalist and guitarist.

Terrie Ross believes that God instilled a love of music and drama in her from day one. From the time she was a little girl she has sung in church. She also took many years of piano lessons. In high school, Terrie was involved in chorus, drama, and a member of a small competitive group called “The Fordsters.” She also used her singing and dramatic talents in several musical dramas. For over 25 years, Terrie has been an active member in the church choir at Front Street. Over the years, God has used her to lead in worship through small ensemble groups, solos, and dramas including the “Statesville Easter Pageant.” Terrie has also been a member of a ladies trio “Hearts in Harmony” for over 20 years. As a member of this trio she has been able to share God’s message through song at many weddings, funerals, and various churches. She lives in Statesville, NC with her husband Marshall. Together they are proud parents to their daughter Stacey and son-in-law Jerry Helmandollar. Most importantly, they are very proud grandparents (Nanny and Pop) to Josh, age 6, and Emma, age 4.  Terrie is a vocalist on our team.

Kaleb Gooden is a rising sophomore at North Iredell High School and is in Marching Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band. He has played Alto Saxophone for four years. A member of Front Street Baptist church all of his life, he was called by God into music ministry when he was 13 years old. He is becoming involved in the Missions Team and Instrumental Worship at Front Street Baptist Church. He is also active in his youth group doing skits, dramas, and dowel rod performances, along with other youth group activities.  Kaleb plays alto sax on our team.


Diane McLelland has loved being involved in music for many years. When she was a child, her piano teacher was also her choir director. Out of necessity, the teacher taught Diane the hymns at her lesson so she could play them for church on Sunday. That developed into over twenty years of playing for that church, and continues today at Front Street Baptist Church. Diane plays the strings keyboard and substitutes when necessary at the piano. She has also taught youth and children's choirs and youth handbells at Front Street. Diane and her husband, Dale, have two daughters, Melissa 26 and Lauren, 22, one son, Jonathan, 19, and one granddaughter, Lily, 1. The couple resides in Statesville.  Diane plays keyboard on our team.

Dale McLelland  has been involved in the study of God's Word all of his life. He has taught Bible Study and Sunday School at Front Street for twenty years and even before that at the church he grew up in. Dale loves the written Word of God and enjoys studying it. Dale and his wife, Diane, have two daughters, Melissa, 26, Lauren, 22, and one son, Jonathan, 19, and a granddaughter, Lily, 1. The couple resides in Statesville, North Carolina.  Dale is our support guy and small group Bible study leader.  Dale will join our team in progress on 25 July.


Lana Smith's love for music has been evident since she was a little girl. She grew up singing in church, and felt called into music ministry when she was a senior at Gardner-Webb University. In college, Lana sang at many campus functions and traveled on the weekends and during the summer doing worship and evangelism outreaches. Lana is a member of the choir at Front Street Baptist Church and fills in as Worship Leader when needed. Lana is devoted to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through word and song. Lana has sung for revivals, concerts, evangelism, women's, pastor's, and mission conferences throughout the country and abroad. She has three recording projects to her credit and gives all the praise to God for the opportunities He gives her to minister. Lana has a Bachelor’s degree in Administrative Management from Gardner-Webb University and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from Pfeiffer University, and works full-time as a Human Resources Director. Lana and her husband Wesley live in Statesville, and they are the proud parents of two children, Savannah, age 4 and Josiah, age 1.  Lana is a soloist on our team and will be with us 18-25 July.

Nathan Bost  is currently a Junior at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. He is a Management Major and intends to pursue a Minor in Psychology. He has been a member of Front Street Baptist Church since first grade. Over the past six years Nathan has been learning to shoot and edit video. He has been pursuing opportunities to serve Christ with video and is looking forward to this opportunity to use his skill to serve Christ. He hopes that through the use of video, God will minister to many people. Nathan does not know for sure what the future holds, but he is trusting in Christ and seeking His will in that.  Nathan is our tech guy and videographer.


Jacob Bradley  is a rising junior at West Iredell High School. Jacob began playing the trombone in middle school but his desire was to be a percussionist. After several months of “bugging” his band director, he finally was given the opportunity on the drum line, and has been there ever since. Jacob plays in the high school marching band, jazz band, and concert band. He recently became active in Front Street’s Instrumental Worship. Jacob has questioned how God could use his gift of music, specifically that of a percussionist to further God’s kingdom, and he believes being a part of the church’s worship team and mission team is a step in seeking God’s will for his life. Jacob plays percussion of all sorts, most recently in bamboo.  Jacob is our groups percussionist.


Kenny Lamm is in his twenty-second year as worship pastor of Front Street Baptist Church in Statesville, North Carolina (USA). His church has experienced worship renewal in recent years under his leadership and has become a model for many churches across the state seeking to transform and improve their own worship services. Front Street’s services are characterized by use of the "Front Street Celebration Choir & Instrumentalists," vocal teams, drama, multimedia, and more. Kenny is a frequent worship clinician and guest worship leader for events with participants numbering under 100 to over 3000 people. Kenny is no stranger to Malaysia and Singapore–he has led worship conferences in many areas of Malaysia in the past and directed the Malaysia Baptist Festival Choir in concert in 2005. Kenny spent the summer of 2006 in Kuala Lumpur working with churches in the region in helping them improve their worship.  Kenny and the Front Street Worship Team led worship conferences in Malaysia and Singapore in 2002.  He received his bachelor’s degree in music from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, his master’s degree in church music from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and has completed 15 credit hours of doctoral classes in worship to receive the Advanced Certificate in Worship Studies from the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. Kenny is married to Sandy Lamm. They have two children, Kevin,19, and Katie, 17.  Kenny is our team leader and primary instructor.