Bradley began serving as the lead pastor of Antioch in May 2017. Prior to that he was a missions pastor at Sojourn Community Church, director of content strategy at The Upstream Collective, and director of training and operations at Refuge Louisville. Before moving to Louisville he served as a missionary in East Africa. He has authored The Sending Church Defined and Receiving Sent Ones During Reentry, and writes at BrokenMissiology.com. Bradley is married to Katie, and they have two daughters, Elisabeth and Charlotte.
Jason began serving as a pastor of Antioch in July 2018. He is a founding member of Antioch, and has served as a worship leader since its formation. He is the Program Manager at Re:Center Ministries, where he oversees a residential recovery program for homeless men. Jason is married to Kari, and they have three children, Izaak, Samuel, and Ruth.
Jason and his family were part of the core group that planted Antioch Church in 2009. Jason is also a Financial Planner, a career that started nearly 20 years ago. Since 2005 he has been part of a small, private firm located in downtown Louisville. Jason is married to Shannon and they have two children, Maggie and Garrett.
Patrick began serving as a pastor at Antioch in July 2018. He has called Louisville home since 2006 and is a nurse by trade. He was formerly a member of New Heights Baptist Church from 2011 until 2013, when they were adopted by Antioch Church. Especially while serving as a leader of Young Disciples, he has grown to love the people of Antioch as his family. A passion for marriage and family ministry has naturally developed out of his relationships with his wife, Alisha, and their five children: Isabelle, Elisha, Truitt, Silas, and Weston.
Trey began serving as a pastor at Antioch in 2015. He and his wife Hayley moved to Louisville in 2011 for seminary. Prior to joining Antioch in 2013 he was a member at New Heights Baptist Church. He works at Southern Seminary in the Doctoral Studies office. Trey has a passion for teaching and preaching the Bible. He has taken part in overseas pastoral training, and plans to continue investing in that ministry. He is the co-author of, “Who are The Ethnē and the Panta Ta Ethnē and Where in the World are They?” (Lexham Press, Forthcoming), and contributor to, The Letters of Ignatius (Glossa House, 2015). He is married to Hayley and they have a young daughter Emma Jo.
Deaconess of Women
Bio coming soon.
Deaconess of Mercy
Kari has been a member of Antioch since its formation. She has organized the Food Pantry ministry since 2014 and desires to see the Antioch family build relationships with its neighbors and community in need. She is the mother of three energetic kids who love to tag along and help their Mama serve others.
Deacon of Sending
Robbie is a civil engineer with a passion for enabling the local church to identify, prepare, and send members to the nations. He is married to Stephanie, and has two daughters, Evelyn and Natalie. He loves football (particularly the National Champion Clemson Tigers), good books, coffee, and the outdoors. More importantly, he loves the local church and its place in God's plan of redemption.
Deaconess of Kids
Shannon took on coordinating children's activities and volunteers during the planting process of Antioch in 2009 and has served in that role ever since. She taught high school English in Jefferson Country Public Schools for 11 years and is currently in her sixth year teaching middle school English at the Highlands Latin School, where her children attend. A native of South Louisville, Shannon and her family serve this community with enthusiasm and a great desire to see God's mighty hand move among it.
Deacon of Facilities
Stuart and his wife Callie moved to Louisville in 2016 and joined Antioch shortly thereafter. He began working on Antioch facilities in 2017 and was named a deacon in 2018. He works to repair, maintain, and improve the building so we can be as welcoming as possible for our neighborhood. Stuart is a doctoral student studying New Testament and World Religions, with the goal of teaching at a public university after he graduates.
Deaconess of Arts
Prior to joining Antioch in 2013, Hayley was a member at New Heights Baptist Church. She began serving on the Antioch arts team from its formation in 2018. Hayley desires to help equip the artists within the Antioch community to use their gifts to glorify God and bring beauty to the world. Hayley is mom to Emma Jo, wife to Trey and operates Hayley Moss Photo and Design.
Deaconess of Youth
Tammy has been a covenant member of Antioch since 2011. Prior to that she was a leader of women, youth and children at Valley View Church. She served on the founding board at Refuge Louisville and loves the diversity of our neighborhood. She is passionate about youth and discipleship; she is involved in the community through Iroquois High School and FCA. In December 2016 she became Antioch's office administrator. She serves on the Antioch Arts team and loves using her creativity to bless others. She is married to Bill, and they have four children; Jessica, Sarah, Loren and Ethan.