Pastor Tim has served as Lead Pastor at Pine Valley UMC since 2012. His passions are preaching and seeing people experience healing and wholeness through the transforming power of Jesus Christ. He earned a Masters in Divinity from Duke Divinity School and a Doctor of Ministry from Hood Theological Seminary. He enjoys eating with family and friends and spending time with his wife Tina, his two daughters, Alena and Trinity, and their dog named Cotton.
Kim Collins is a native of Reidsville, NC and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Sociology as well as her Master of Divinity. She is ordained as a Deacon in the United Methodist Church, and began in ministry in 2007. She is married to Steven, and they have four children and three grandchildren. Kim enjoys running, reading, camping, and listening to all types of music.
Kim joined us starting September 1 2017. Welcome Kim!
Pastor of Discipleship
Barry, appointed to PVUMC in June 2013, serves as the Pastor of Congregational Care. He coordinates the ministries of visitation, older adults and Stephen Ministries.
Pastor of Congregational Care
Shirley McLeod has served as PVUMC’s Food Service Director since 1996 and with the help of many volunteers, provides meals with love for many church events. She has organized and served meals for as many as 1000 attendees for a single event, and has provided meals for the district pastors. She has provided leadership and support for events hosted at PVUMC including the Methodist Home for Children Christmas party, family camps, youth and children events, including confirmation retreats and graduation dinners. Camping is Shirley’s passion! She was a counselor in 1988 when camp started. After her last child “aged out” she became the camp cook. She loves the youth and kids and has been privileged to watch so many of them grow up coming through the food lines at camp and at church. Her motto is “Feed them and they will come!”
Food Service Ministries
Georgiana Pinckney joined the faith community of Pine Valley UMC as Director of Youth Ministries in January 2015. Georgiana is married to Chris Pinckney and they have 3 children; Haydan, Logan and Jordan . Georgiana is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education with a Master of Arts in Christian Education. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UNC-W. She is a native of Wallace and grew up in the Wallace UMC. Her experience in ministry includes staff positions as Director of Children’s Ministry, Christian Education Director (working with all ages) and the Religious Education Teacher and Chapel Leader of Harrells Christian Academy.
Director of Youth Ministries
Terri serves as Children’s Ministries Coordinator, working with children birth through fifth grade.
Children's Ministries Coordinator
P J Bolduc has been directing the children’s choir at PVUMC for 13 years, and became a member of the staff in 2006 when she was hired as the Director of Music for Children and Youth. PJ oversees the Children’s Choirs program, and directs the Chapel Choir (grades 3-5), the Youth Worship Arts Ministry, IGNITE (grades 6-12), and the hand mime ministry, GLOW. Prior to her part-time position at Pine Valley, PJ taught special education in the public schools and in the UNCW education department for 20 years. She holds a B.S.Ed. from Miami University and a M.Ed. in Curriculum Instruction/Supervision from UNCW. PJ and her husband Bill have two awesome kids, Haley and Logan. In her spare time, PJ loves playing tennis, running, singing, hanging out with Bill and the kids, traveling, and puttin’ on shows!
Music Director for Children & Youth
Karl is our resident “music dude”. He went to school at West Virginia University and received a Masters Degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music. When parole finally came through after six years, he spent time back home with his wife’s family in Northern Virginia where he lived as an unemployed musician (is there any other kind?) for many years. However, he did not spend his time unwisely. He and his wife Katy Jean had three daughters while holding down 5 jobs between them. Karl came to PVUMC in 2003 in an attempt to become part of the slower pace of life in the south (boy, was he in for a surprise!) Karl continues to remain active by directing the adult ensembles, overseeing the music department and the technology for the church.
Minister of Music
Charles George is the Director of Family Fellowship. He has a passion for encouraging spiritual formation and faith sharing. Charles supports the church ministries as the membership secretary, event scheduler, payroll processor, and handler of accounts payable. He is the staff liaison for the United Methodist Women, United Methodist Men, Safe Sanctuary, church athletics ministry, health team, church historian, and camping ministries.
Director Church Life
Stewardship means being a good manager of the talents and resources God has given us. As the Church Business Administrator my goal is to ensure that PVUMC’s resources are used efficiently and effectively to support the church’s mission and vision. This means managing the finances, facilities, and assets of the church, as well as supporting the ministry staff and volunteers to achieve their vision: “Connecting hearts to Christ and to one another through the 4-E’s: Excellence in worship, Engaging spiritual formation, Expressive faith-sharing, and Extra-mile caring.” Jesus reminds us in Matthew 6:21 “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
Church Business Administrator
Archie McLeod started working at the church in 2002 after taking early retirement from DuPont. He likes to tell everyone that he retired and 3 months later, Shirley (his wife, see above) got him a job at the church. Archie does all sorts of behind the scenes things. Most of the year he stays busy setting up tables and chairs, then taking them down again. He does this for the many suppers, meetings and other events at PVUMC. Archie is always on the lookout for burnt out light bulbs, trash, broken equipment, and whatever anyone else asks him to do. In his spare time Archie loves to “wet a hook”, (not always catching fish) and working in the yard. He also enjoys working on the family farmland in Robeson county. His biggest challenge is keeping Shirley straight in the kitchen.
Building & Maintenance Ministry