Bradley Bunn, Director of Christian Education
Welcome our newest staff member!
Prior to coming to Carrollton Presbyterian Church, Brad served in the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church since 2003. Before that, he served at First Baptist Church of Dayton, OH, as an intern while attending United Theological Seminary. Brad has extensive experience in youth and children’s ministries, starting from his early days in ministry at Edgewood Presbyterian Church in Columbus, GA.
An avid hiker, Brad finds that hiking is the perfect leisure activity to do with his family: “I have four wonderful children (Kaetlyn, Bryce, Ava, and Evan) who have become my little Bunn hikers over the past several years. Although my wife (Erika) is not able to hike with us yet, she still gets joy knowing that the kids are having fun with Dad. Red Top Mountain seems to be our favorite place to hike together.”
Brad graduated from Harris County High School in Hamilton, GA. He received his post-secondary education from LaGrange College with a B.A. in Religion and subsequent graduate degrees from Mercer University (M.Div.) and Clemson University (M.S.). Go Tigers!
When he’s not watching Clemson football or Mercer basketball, Brad enjoys being engaged with people—learning their stories, sharing experiences, and visioning how the Church may be a viable witness in an ever-changing world: “My hope and prayer at CPC is that I can reflect God’s truth and love through my vulnerability—modeling that God’s power is alive and well in spite of our weaknesses. I pray that Christian Education at CPC will infuse all that we do with one another—conforming us into the image of Christ for the sake of others.”
We asked Brad to respond to some questions:
What gets you going in the morning?
What excites you about ministry at CPC?
Being in ministry with such a talented, gifted, and passionate congregation.
Who is your favorite theologian?
Dietrich Bonhoeffer is right at the top. My faith is always challenged when I read his works.
What is your all-time favorite movie?
Home for the Holidays, starring HollyHunter
If you were not a Christian Educator, what would you be?
Unemployed! Seriously...an art teacher.