About The church

we are a little church with a big heart!

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Love God

Walk with Jesus

Know the Holy Spirit

Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world!

We encourage everyone in developing deep, and meaningful relationships

We believe that service and outreach are at the heart of the gospel message

We know you can experience the abiding presence of the Spirit Daily

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our staff

Wayne Smith

Pastor
pastor@hollyspringsumc.org

Wayne is a native Georgian, having grown up in Athens.  He went to school there and taught school there for seven years before going to seminary and being ordained as a Deacon and an Elder in the United Methodist Church.  He has been serving United Methodist Churches in N GA for forty years.  He has two adult sons, one daughter-in-law, and four grandchildren.  Wayne loves the Lord and the United Methodist Church, and particularly, Holly Springs UMC.  He believes not only that life in the Church should be holy and devout, but that it can also be uplifting and fun!  He enjoys laughing, singing, playing the 5-string banjo and guitar, and cheering for the Georgia Bulldogs!  Wayne and his wife, Cheryl, look forward to meeting and worshiping with you at Holly Springs United Methodist Church.

Pat Zavitz

Choir Director and Oragnist

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Debbie Gregory

Pianist

Debbie has been a pianist in churches since she was 12 years old.  Her first church piano experience took place at Campground United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia. County Line UMC and Canton First UMC are other churches that she has been involved with.  She has been the pianist at Holly Springs UMC since 2001.    She has also accompanied many talented soloists over the years.  Debbie is married to Joe Gregory and they have two children:  Seth who is a pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and Ansleigh who is a 6th-grade teacher for CCSD.  Debbie attended the University of Georgia, Kennesaw College, and Georgia State University.  She taught 6th and 7th grade reading, social studies, and science in Cobb County and Cherokee County for a total of 35 years.  Debbie is retired and enjoys teaching piano lessons, spending time with her children, and of course, playing the piano.