Pastors & Staff

  • randy sawyer - lead pastor

    Randy oversees all of the ministries at Calvary Church. He is the primary teaching pastor.

    Randy has an unmistakable love for God and for people. He gave his life to Christ at the age of 11. He joined the staff at Calvary Church in October, 1994 as the Associate Pastor. He later became the Youth Pastor. Randy took on the role of Lead Pastor in 2013. He graduated from Wesley Bible College in Florence, MS in 1986 and received his Master's degree in Marriage & Family Counseling from Liberty University.

    His passion is to see people walk in the abundant life Christ promised. He is believing God for big and unusual things, and expecting to reveal Jesus to some of the most unlikely people.

    Randy and his wife, Paula, have five children: Ryan (Hannah), Jessica, Justin (Jennifer), and John & Nathaniel Norwood.

    Passage of Promise: "The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." - John 10:10

  • cody royer - celebrate recovery pastor

    Cody leads our Celebrate Recovery ministry. 

    "When I met Jesus I was broken from a life of bad choices and sin. He rescued me from that and has given me a purpose in this life and that is to give hope to other broken and damaged souls, that they may receive grace and purpose for this life."

    Cody met Jesus on July 8, 2006 and started attending Calvary Church the very next day.

    He joined the pastoral staff in 2010.

    Cody and his wife, Tonya, have 7 children: Kelsey, Jaelynn, Hunter, Samuel, Nathan, Abigail, and Gauge.

    Passage of Promise: "King David said this about him: 'I see that the Lord is always with me. I will not be shaken, for he is right beside me. No wonder my heart is glad, and my tongue shouts his praises! My body rests in hope. For you will not leave my soul among the dead or allow your Holy One to rot in the grave. You have shown me the way of life, and you will fill me with the joy of your presence.'" - Acts 2:25-28