Our Team

The staff and leadership here at Evergreen Church is comprised of men and women who love, care, and pray for every single person in the church. If you have any questions for any of our staff, feel free to email them or call our church office. You can contact the church office at Info@EvergreenChurchGa.org or by calling 678.788.7374. 

  • Don Feuerbach  

    Lead Pastor  

    Don and Mary Ann Feuerbach arrived in Peachtree City in 2017 and love it here. They have served churches in SC, TN and NJ before returning to the state where Don went to seminary and where their youngest daughter was born. Their two other children live in South Carolina and Florida which makes it easy to celebrate holidays together, and with family in Cumming and Cartersville the Feuerbachs believe they have arrived home. At the right time of year you can catch them cheering on Auburn football (and now basketball!), spending time at the beach or the mountains, or just loving on people by serving them in their home.   

  • Austin Blaszczynski

    Pastoral Intern

    Austin was born and raised in a small town in western Michigan where values of strong community and hospitality were deeply instilled. After graduating the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Political Science, he chose to answer the call into pastoral ministry by attending Fuller Theological Seminary, where he is currently completing his Master of Divinity. While at the main campus in Pasadena, Austin became a part of an ECO church plant, Missio Community Church, where he served as the Minister of Discipleship and also began the ordination process with ECO.


    Austin is deeply passionate about loving and serving the church, thinking strategically about systems and structures, and empowering others. In his free time he enjoys baking, rock climbing, working out, and enjoying a cup of coffee with new friends. Rumor has it that Waffle House is one of his favorite spots for breakfast, and he is incredibly excited to be living in such close proximity to fresh waffles and endless coffee.

  • Raymonde Neely


    Raymonde is a native of Georgia. Born and raised! He and His wife Leslie (also a Georgia native) have two children. Antuan is 28 and has been married to Lyndsy for five years. They have blessed Raymonde and Leslie with 3 granddaughters, Esther, Adalyn, and Hanna. Their youngest child, Kennedy (18), attends Shorter University.

    Raymonde is a musician, visual artist, and enjoys DIY home remodeling projects. He attended Shorter University for Business Management and is also a graduate of Metro Atlanta Seminary.

    Raymonde's firm belief in the calling God has placed on his life through the Great Commission is to help tear down the walls of partiality that continue to divide us as believers.

  • Jonathan Goolsbee

    Director of Youth & College Ministry

    Jonathan has served Evergreen as our Youth Director since our beginnings in 2013. His wife Kristin is a cardiac nurse at Children's and together they have two wonderful daughters, Zella, who is 2 and a jabber box, and Ripley—she's brand new and loves to eat, cry, and poop. They live in Fayetteville with their girls and two (sometimes) wonderful dogs, Reacher and Josephine. Jonathan loves spending time with his students and their families, sharing meals, and doing life together... and Go Braves! 

  • Priscilla Tennant

    Children's Director

    Priscilla is a metro Atlanta native with a wide range of ministry and community service. Since graduating from Georgia State University she has spent her time working with non-profits, churches, and after school programs, as well as leading worship and singing corporately. You may also hear her sing with our contemporary band. Her experience with children and youth has been obtained through her work with I Have A Dream- A.D. Williams Chapter, Whitefoord Community Health Center, Decatur City Schools, H.I.V.E After School Program, and leading Green Pastures Christian Ministry’s Children & Youth Ministry for two years.

  • Stacy Taylor

    Financial Administrator

    Stacy is from Montgomery, Alabama, and moved to Peachtree City seven years ago. She has a professional background of 20 years in corporate banking, as well as experience in the non-profit sector and small-business operations, and serving as Administrator for her childhood church. She is a proud cheerleader for her son Mason, who plays football at Rising Starr Middle School. Stacy loves following her favorite college and pro-football teams, attending Auburn games, antiquing, and hanging with her family at Lake Martin. War Eagle!

  • Hannah Thomas

    Communications Director

    Hannah is from Newnan, GA, and lives in Fayetteville. Hannah graduated from the University of Georgia in 2019 with a degree in Communication Studies. Before working at Evergreen Church, Hannah worked at Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity, where she remains connected. Hannah's favorite pastime is studying the word of God and praying in nature with her dog Raleigh by her side. Hannah loves to bookbind, bake, and spend time with friends or family.

    "Jesus answered, "If I glorify myself, my glory means nothing. The one who glorifies me is my Father, of whom you say, 'He is our God.'" (John 8:54)

  • Douglas Whatley

    Director of Contemporary Worship

    Native Georgian, Douglas Whatley, has worked in ministry for the last 20 years and holds a Masters in Theology. Whether as Minister of Music or Creative Director, he spent the last several years serving and building the Kingdom of God. Currently, he serves as President of Sparks United, an after-school enrichment company that teaches over 250 children daily. Douglas is married to the beautiful Michie Whatley. They have three dog children and four chickens.

  • John Odom

    Director of Traditional Worship  

    John Odom has begun his 15th year of service with this congregation as part time Minister of Traditional Worship. His full time job is as Director of Choral Activities at Starr’s Mill High School in Fayette County. John has been serving in the music ministry in churches in Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia since 1974. He holds a Ph.D. in Music Education, a Master of Music Education and a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Southern Mississippi and he also holds a Master of Church Music degree from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

    John has conducted major works with choir and orchestra in such renowned venues as Spivey Hall and the Cathedral of St. Phillip in Atlanta. His school choirs have sung the Prelude to Evensong service at the Washington National Cathedral and the Sunday Eucharist Service at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, the world’s largest Gothic Cathedral and have performed twice at Carnegie Hall in New York under his direction. His school choirs have also been selected to perform at two Georgia Music Educators Association State In-Service Conferences (2006 and 2010). John is also the past President of the 1700 member Georgia Music Education Association.

    John and his wife Mary, a computer network engineer, have seven children, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild!