Elders & Staff
Redeemer Church is an elder led church. We have elders who work outside of Redeemer as well as elders who are employed by Redeemer Pampa. You can learn more about elders and the plurality of leadership that Redeemer Pampa has adopted here.
Currently, we have three elders.
Rex McKay, III
Rex is a local businessman and farmer. He has been married to his wife, Robin, since 1984. Together they have three children; Will, Mary (& husband Taylor), and Mason.
You can reach Rex at email@example.com .
TV is the branch director of a local home health care office. He has been married to his wife, Yvette, since 1992 and he has two sons; Luke (& wife Amanda) and Paul (& wife Alison) and two grandchildren.
You can reach TV at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Lead Pastor, Elder
Jeremy serves Redeemer both as lead pastor and as an elder. He and his wife, Karmen, have been married since 2002. Together they have three children; a daughter, Karsen, and two sons, Jude and Janner.
You can reach Jeremy at email@example.com .
Jesse works part-time as a ministry resident focusing on student ministry at Redeemer in addition to working at The Well STEM Center. He has been married to his wife, Marissa, since 2016.
You can reach Jesse at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Associate Pastor, Elder
Paul serves Redeemer both as an elder and works part-time as an associate pastor while also directing The Well STEM Center full-time. He has been married to his wife, Mary Grace, since 2006. Together they have three children; Joseph, Gabe, and Kinley.
You can reach Paul at email@example.com .
Shawn works part-time at Redeemer leading our worship ministry. He also works at his family’s business, Texas Printing, and at The Well STEM Center. He graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, GA.
You can reach Shawn at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- The Scriptures
- God Is Triune
- God the Father
- Jesus Christ
- The Holy Spirit
- The Gospel
- Man's Responsiveness To the Gospel
- Man's Inheritance Through the Gospel
- The Church
- Ordinances of the Church
- The Consummation
We accept the Bible, including the 39 books of the Old Testament and the 27 books of the New Testament, as the written Word of God. The Bible is the only essential and infallible record of God’s self-disclosure to mankind. It leads us to salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. Being given by God, the Scriptures are both fully and verbally inspired by God. Therefore, as originally given, the Bible is free of error in all it teaches. Each book is to be interpreted according to its context and purpose and in reverent obedience to the Lord who speaks through it in living power. All believers are exhorted to study the Scriptures and diligently apply them to their lives. The Scriptures are the authoritative and normative rule and guide of all Christian life, practice, and doctrine. They are totally sufficient and must not be added to, superseded, or changed by later tradition, extra-biblical revelation, or worldly wisdom. Every doctrinal formulation, whether of creed, confession, or theology must be put to the test of the full counsel of God in Holy Scripture.
Redeemer Pampa is an independent church, but we voluntarily align ourselves with a few organizations for the sake of networking, support and mission. Our partnerships are with the Redeemer Network and the Acts 29 Network.
We are a part of the Acts 29 network. Acts 29 is not a denomination, but a network of like-minded churches planting churches. Check out the Acts 29 website for more information about the network.
The Redeemer Network is a family of Acts 29 churches mostly in West and Central Texas who are committed to planting and establishing healthy churches together. These churches are tied together by relational trust, theological distinctives (Acts 29), and a desire to plant more churches in collaboration. The Redeemer Network is our primary partner for accomplishing our vision to plant churches. You can learn more about our involvement with the Redeemer Network at www.redeemernetwork.org.