Scott Terry, Pastor
The Terry Family
I would love for you to meet my family. Julie and I have been married for 28 years and she still loves me. That's no small feat. She is a loving wife, a great mom and a hard worker. The boys and I are blessed to have her. We have two sons, Sam and Jacob. Sam graduated from U. Maine in chemical engineering and is getting married in September (2018). Jacob is a senior at U. Maine studying mechanical engineering and running cross country and track for the Black Bears. God has been kind to us on all fronts and we love the time we spend together as family.
I talk a lot about Christ Fellowship being a "gospel-driven" church plant. Here's why. As a kid, I grew up thinking I was a Christian because my family went to church every Sunday. If you knew me in high school or college you would have instantly known that I was not a Christian. You would have called me a hypocrite and you would have been right. It wasn't until I was 30 years old that Julie and I visited a new church and I heard the gospel. God was pleased to convict me of my sin and hypocrisy and lead me to saving faith in Jesus Christ. That's why I love the gospel.
I've been in full-time ministry for fourteen years. I have served as a minister of evangelism, an associate pastor and as a church planter in residence at The NETS Center for Church Planting and Revitalization located in Vermont. We moved to Maine in 2010, bought a house and a church building and we're sinking deep roots. Now I have the great pleasure of being the pastor of Christ Fellowship.
We have seen the power of God on display at Christ Fellowship, through the saving of sinners and the building up of the saints, through the proclamation of Christ's gospel. Christ Fellowship is now planted and growing in faith and hope as the people of God. If you have any questions or want to learn more about Christ Fellowship, please call me.