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Meet our teaching pastors

 
Phil Covert, Teaching Pastor

Phil Covert

Teaching Pastor
 

After several years pastoring churches in North Carolina and Illinois, Phil came to Fellowship Nashville. Phil is a gifted communicator and possesses a love for people, with a passion about teaching the Bible. He holds degrees from Reformed Theological Seminary and Moody Bible Institute. Phil and his wife Sarah have four boys (Knox, Haddon, Hudson, and Keller) and reside in Hermitage, TN.

Mark Irving, Nashville Campus Pastor

Mark Irving

Campus Pastor
 

Mark Irving is a relational leader gifted as a pastor and teacher. He finds great pleasure in inspiring people to follow Jesus and participate in the great adventure of His redemptive mission. Mark holds degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and Cedarville University, but considers convincing his wife, Meredith, to marry him as his greatest accomplishment. God has given them three daughters and they have enjoyed living in middle TN since 2014. He enjoys a good cup of coffee and playing disc golf, but not at the same time!

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Current Teaching Series
Current Teaching Series at Fellowship Nashville
Ecclesiastes

The Book of Ecclesiastes wasn’t written in our day and time – but it could have been. With brutal honesty, the author wrestles through some of life’s most relevant and perplexing questions and comes to some startling conclusions. What is life all about? What really matters? Is it possible to find real meaning and satisfaction? How do we face a world where death is the final outcome for everything? To study this book is to go on a deep journey with a fascinating mind. The answers don’t come easy – but nothing worth finding ever does.

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Tay Hoeks
Tay Hoeks
Ministries Coordinator