Joyce Beales has been a member of Culpeper Baptist Church for 34 years. She is mother of 3, grandmother of 10 and great-grandmother of 1. She is the former director of administrative services for "The Culpeper", where she worked 11 years. She has graciously been offering those skills in support of our office off and on for over 10 years. 4 years ago, she blessed us by stepping in to volunteer as our full-time office support, where she has become a vital part of our every day work.


Dan is originally from Richmond, VA and received his Bachelor’s in Church Ministries and Sociology from Averett University and his Master’s of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dan then went on to complete his Doctor of Ministry in Renewal of the Church for Mission at Palmer Theological Seminary. Dan has previously served as the Pastor at Spring Hill Baptist Church in Ruckersville, VA and the pastor of Downtown Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA. In August, 2014 Dan was called to serve as Pastor at Culpeper Baptist. Dan met his wife, Emily, while at Averett University and they have 3 children. Dan has a passion for seeing legacy churches continue to grow and connect with the surrounding community, while maintaining traditional values and relevant ministries. Dan serves on multiple boards -  the Board of Trustees at Averett University, the Virginia Baptist Historical Society and the Culpeper Wellness Foundation. Dan enjoys reading and engaging conversations about the future of the church.


Hans grew up in Belton, SC. He received his Bachelor's in Bible and Religion from Erskine College and his Master's in Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Hans spent two years in Russia with the International Mission Board before moving to Pennsylvania in 2004 to partner with the North American Mission Board. There, Hans planted Living Water Community Church in Latrobe, PA and pastored until 2016. Culpeper Baptist Church called Hans in June of 2016 to serve as Pastor to the Seniors and Chaplain at "The Culpeper." Hans met his wife, Becky, while at seminary and they are blessed with a daughter, Sandra. Hans enjoys watching things grow: from ministries to vegetables. Hans has always particularly loved serving and working alongside Senior Adults.


Christina Pierce is originally from Maryland, but has spent the majority of her young adult years in California, and now lives in Warrenton, Virginia. She attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. She received her Master's degree in Public Administration, just a few years later, in Monterey, California. Christina is a local worship leader and artist and is pursuing a career in the Christian music industry! She loves songwriting and is passionate about seeing people come alive in the presence of Jesus! She’s excited to combine her formal education and heart for the local church to see growth and Kingdom movement, here at Culpeper Baptist Church.


Jeanine has served at CBC for many years. She joined our staff as Children’s Director in June of 2016. She recently retired from Farmington Elementary School as the Specialist-Gifted Education. Her career has been teaching at the elementary grade level. She received her Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Elementary Education from the University of Mary Washington and received a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from American College of Education. She is married to Roger, they have 3 children and 6 grandchildren.


Lindsay Dean is a singer-songwriter, recording artist and worship leader who began writing music and leading worship in her teenage years. She has led worship at Culpeper Baptist part-time since the fall of 2022 and became Worship Leader in September 2023. She has a passion for seeing people encounter God in a deep and tangible way through music that glorifies His character and work, and speaks to our deepest needs. She is excited to be a part of CBC’s growing worship ministry and helping to cultivate a culture of passionate worship at CBC.


Maria moved from Guatemala 5 years ago and has been part of our church family for several years. Maria has an Early Childhood Education Degree and taught for 3 years in Guatemala. She has also worked with our SPARK summer camp and was one of the initial staff we hired to provide tutoring to our community. She works full time with SAFE as their youth advocate. 


Originally hailing from the okay state of PA, I grew up in a tiny town called Meadville, participating in many clubs and sports such as German club, National Honor Society, and football. I got my 4 year degree from the illustrious Grove City College, majoring in Exercise Science with a Health Occupation concentration. I started my teaching career at a private school teaching third graders, and eventually moved on to my current position, teaching 8th grade science at Floyd T. Binns Middle School. I am passionate about teens, school, sports, and faith, and very much appreciate the opportunity to be a part of the lives of youth through Culpeper Baptist Church.


Sara grew up in Fairfax and now lives in Warrenton close to her parents, siblings, and three precious nephews. She has a passion and God-given calling for serving older adults that stems from a close relationship with her Nan growing up. Sara earned a bachelor's in Human Development at Virginia Tech and then decided to pursue a master's in recreation therapy online at Indiana University while she continued to live in Blacksburg and work at the Virginia Tech Adult Day Center. With 8 years of experience creating programs for older adults and their caregivers, Sara is continually sharpening her skills and calling to create meaningful and supportive spaces where older adults can thrive. 


Chris Rogers has attended CBC since 2021. He believes in the power of young adult ministry to draw people into Christian community, where they can be formed spiritually alongside peers and mentors, study God’s word and character, and see Christian living modeled. He shares this mission with his wife Anna, who teaches English locally.


Chris is an artist by trade. He grew up living internationally, but now calls Culpeper his home.


Rebeccca Schwier is from Lynchburg, VA, where she earned a music minor from Liberty University. She and her family have lived in the area since 2002 and are happy to be attending church in the same town where they live. She started directing adult choir in Lynchburg and has taught middle school choir and directed children's choir with two different local churches. She's excited to return to adult choir while also working with some children's programs here at CBC. When not playing the piano and singing, she's teaching English at Culpeper Middle School or reading with her two young grandchildren. 

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