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Senior Pastor: Rev. Dr. Alex Moses -
Student Associate: Emily Goins Randle -

Director of Music: Jacob Winslett -

Accompanist: Chris Whitley -

Office Manager: Laurie Winslett -
Nursery Attendant: Christina Price
Facilities Manager: Richard Morris
Custodian: Martha Jackson

Alex Moses

Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!

My faith journey has been very relational and so I am reminded of Jesusí description of the two greatest commandments Ė to love God and neighbor. Those two relationships seem to have been strongly connected in my life. Over the years, there have been people and experiences that have shaped my understanding of God and understanding of Godís will for my life. I am a native of Atlanta, growing up in Sandy Springs. I even spent a summer as a counselor at our nearby Calvin Center. Since those days, my journey has led me to N.C. State University, four years as an engineer officer in the U.S. Army, seminary at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, churches in the mountains of Virginia and the coast of North Carolina, and the Doctor of Ministry program at Princeton Seminary.

God has blessed me with a wonderful family which is a great joy to me. My wife Jennifer and I have three children - Addison, Broecks, and Caroline. My faith grows every day as I experience God anew through the wonder and inquisitiveness of my children.

I look forward to the journey ahead as the pastor of Fayette. Iím sure you will find here, as I have, a genuine and caring group of sisters and brothers in Christ with a heart for mission



Emily Goins Randle

Emily Goins Randle is a native of East Tennessee, a graduate of Queens University of Charlotte, and is currently a student at Columbia Theological Seminary, seeking her Masters of Divinity and ordination in the PCUSA. She and her children, Lily and Jacob, enjoy hiking, riding bikes, and baking cookies! 


Jacob Winslett

I was born on July 7, 1980 and grew up in Douglasville, GA, as a Music Minister's son. I went to Douglas County High School, graduated in 1998. I have been married since August 2, 2003, and have loved every moment with my wife, Laurie.


I have an eclectic Christian background, which includes denominations such as Baptist, Methodist, Church of God, and, of course, Presbyterian. I have always loved music and have been playing guitar since high school. In past years, I have been a worship leader in both youth and adult church settings.


I attained my bachelor's degree in Human Relations at Atlanta Christian College (now Point University), where Laurie and I met. I chose HR as my degree because I've always been intrigued by psychology and after a year at Clayton State College and University, I felt like God was leading me towards that field. Classes in high school, personal experience, and seeking God's will are what really spurred my interest.


Other areas that I am interested in include counseling, psychology, Lord of the Rings (anything by J.R.R. Tolkien), drama, songwriting, story writing, soccer, and anything else I might stumble upon.


I pray that God will use Laurie and me as vessels to hold and pour out His love to everyone we meet.







Chris Whitley

Through and through, I am a musician... one of the few certainties in life, other than bills, taxes, and death! My musicianship all began in Forest Park GA, way back in the early 70's when my young mother, recently divorced with child (me), again living with parents, desperate to learn piano, bought an old upright piano from a neighbor. The piano sat locked most of the time; I was curious. My mother worked all day and had no time to play it. When my mother remarried soon thereafter, we moved into a house in Riverdale and had that piano freighted there. I would bang on the piano until my mother gave an ultimatum: "Either you stop banging that piano and making racket or you agree to take piano lessons!" So, I gave into taking lessons. It all began there!

The rest is standard.. alto saxophone in grade school, then double bass in high school. Jazz band in college, along with a performance major as a pianist at Clayton State College. As an off-shoot of double bass solo pursuits, I decided that cello would be less painful and messy! Later, in the jazz band, I was coerced into switching to bass guitar.. It's funny, the irony since nowadays everyone's a purist and wants the double bass for jazz, bluegrass etc, not bass guitar.

In June of 2016, I married another musician, the beautiful Jennifer Rae Litowich.

I am thankful to be the accompanist at Fayette Presbyterian. I get to play an awesome pipe organ and accompany the choir and other talents.

"Nevertheless, the passions, whether violent or not, should never be so expressed as to reach the point of causing disgust; and music, even in situations of the greatest horror, should never be painful to the ear but should flatter and charm it, and thereby always remain music."

~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart



Laurie Winslett

A Georgia girl through and through, I was born and raised in the Peach State. I graduated from Atlanta Christian College (now Point University) with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Human Relations and a minor in Biblical Studies.

My most beloved Bible passage would have to be:

"But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves; we are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not despairing; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed"
II Corinthians 4:7-9

I am happily married to a wonderful, godly man who is blessed with an amazing musical talent. We have two sweet boys, Braeden and Rowan.



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