Dr. Barry Crocker
Dr. Barry Crocker was born and raised in a small town in western New York State. He sensed God calling him into full time ministry soon after graduation from high school in 1977. It was almost two years later before he surrendered to God’s call on his life. He graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York in 1983. He pastored a small church in Utica, New York for a year and then enrolled at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, in Wake Forest, North Carolina to begin work on his Master of Divinity degree. He graduated from SEBTS in 1989. He has served as Pastor of churches in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina prior to being called as Pastor at Cumming Baptist Church. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Covington Theological Seminary in Rossville, Georgia in 2000. Pastor Barry has been married to his wife Denise for over 34 years and they have two grown children.
Rev. Mark Wood
Worship and Education
Mark Wood was born and raised right here in Forsyth County. A graduate of Forsyth County High School, he sensed the call to ministry during his first year of college. He attended Mercer University in Macon, GA, where he met his beautiful wife, Julie, of 30 years. Following college, Mark attended the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. During college and seminary, he served in several churches with youth, music and recreation. Mark began full time ministry in 1988 following seminary. He has served here at CBC since 1999. Mark & Julie have been blessed with 2 wonderful daughters and are grateful to our wonderful Lord for His abundant blessings.
Rev. Nick Wilbur
Children & Students
Nick Wilbur was born in Michigan and raised in Watkinsville, GA. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia, where he was called to full time ministry upon graduation. He also met his wife Christy in Athens while at UGA. They have been married since 2008 and have two children. Nick attended the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He has served in several ministry roles including high school and college students, children, and as a supply pastor. Nick began serving at CBC in 2012.