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Meet our Elders

 

Anthony Scalfani, one of SBC's elders

Reverend Anthony Scalfani

Pastor Anthony began his ministry with South Baptist Church in August of 2008 after relocating from Washington with his family. He earned his M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Wheaton College, Graduate School of Theology, accompanied by Holy Land Studies with the Jerusalem University College. His thesis was The Theology of Genesis: God the Redeemer.
 
Pastor Anthony and his wife Dolores have five adult children and five grandchildren. He was not raised in a family of believers, but by the work of the Lord’s sovereign hand he was converted at age 31. He was employed in the micro-electronic/semiconductor industry for 26 years before being called by God into full-time vocational ministry. At that time he began his theological studies. Pastor Anthony has served in full-time ministry for almost 20 years, and brings to the body of Christ his giftings of discipleship, teaching, and training.
 
You can read more about Pastor Anthony’s personal, core beliefs and doctrine here. You can also contact him directly at pastor@sbcreformed.org.
 
 

Steve Folsom, one of SBC's elders

Steve Folsom, Elder

Steve and his wife Terry began attending South Baptist Church in 1998. They left in 2003 in search of Reformed doctrine and returned to SBC in 2011. Steve joined the board of elders at SBC in October of 2016.
 
Steve ministers within the body of Christ at SBC and in our community with his gifts of mercy and evangelism. Through his employment as a nurse and phlebotomist at Lakes Region General Hospital for the past 20 years, God has given him a heart for the elderly who live in area nursing homes. He has also served and is active in local and foreign missions works. He has visited Costa Rica to work personally with pastors serving local churches there.
 
You can read more about Steve’s personal, core beliefs and doctrine here. You can contact Steve at sfolsom@sbcreformed.org.