Pastor Perry was born into a Christian home on November 6, 1965 in Greenville, SC as the youngest of eight chidren. He accepted the Lord as his Savior when he was five years old and surrendered to the call to preach in April 1983 at the age of seventeen under the ministry of Dr. Harold B. Sightler at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Greenville, SC. After he graduated from Tabernacle Christian High School in 1984, where he also met his wife, he attended Bible college and earned his associates degree in Ministerial Training in 1988. Pastor Perry spent several years working under Dr. Larry K. Raynes and the Pleasant View Baptist Church in Taylors, SC as song leader, choir director, Sunday School teacher, and in whatever capacity he could be used. He was ordained in September 1991 by Dr. Raynes before he and his wife, Terri, were sent out by the Pleasant View Baptist Church to begin a mission work in Jackson, Missouri. Pastor Perry remained in Missouri for three years before the Lord led them to return to Greenville and the ministry of Pleasant View Baptist Church. In March 1998 the Lord opened the door for Pastor Perry to move his family to East Bernstadt, KY and become pastor of the Calvary Baptist Temple. He and his wife have five children who have grown up under this ministry where he has remained faithful to the Lord and has now been our pastor for the past twenty years.
Calvary Baptist Temple
Pastor Timothy J. Perry
6041 N US Highway 25
East Bernstadt, KY 40729
Phone: (606) 843-9661
Sunday Morning Worship-11:00
Sunday Evening Worship-7:00
Wednesday Night Worship-7:15
There will be a monthly birthday dinner on the first Sunday of each month throughout the year.
Oct. 5th-7th - Homecoming Jubilee with Pastor Alfred Willis from Life Baptist Church in St. Stephen, SC. Evening services will begin at 7 and Sunday morning service will begin at 10. Evangelist Larry Nickells will also be preaching on Sunday morning.
Oct. 27th - Friends of the Faith at 6pm with Pastor Mark Eaton of Central Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon, KY preaching.