Rev. Dr. George R. Sinclair
Dr. George R. Sinclair, Jr. was installed as Pastor of Government Street Presbyterian Church on December 8, 2002. A North Carolina native, George earned his undergraduate degree in religion and philosophy from Highpoint University in 1975. He holds a master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry degrees from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Before coming to Mobile, George served Presbyterian churches in Warsaw, IL, Lenoir, NC, and LaGrange, GA. He and his wife, Paula, have a daughter, Meredith, who is an Assistant Professor at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, and a son, Sean, who is a Chef at the Royal Scam in Mobile, AL, and they have five grandchildren.
George is the author Walking In Wonder: Resilience in Ministry and enjoys woodworking, hunting, fishing, sailing, and is an avid bike rider. Paula is employed at UMS Wright where she teaches 8th grade Algebra; she is also an ordained Deacon and Elder at GSPC The Sinclair's reside at 1105 Savannah Street in the Oakleigh Garden District of Mobile.
Rev. Kathryn Threadgill
Rev. Kathryn Threadgill joined GSPC on August 3, 2009. Kathryn serves as Associate Pastor for Youth and Christian Education. Her specialty and passion is to the youth of the church and their spiritual formation.
Kathryn grew up in Fairhope, AL after being adopted into a family of 13 brothers and sisters from all over the world. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Montreat College in Montreat, North Carolina where she majored in Bible and Religion with the concentration in Youth Ministry. Kathryn graduated from Columbia Theological Seminary in 2008 with a Masters of Divinity. She was ordained in June 2009 at her home church, Spanish Fort Presbyterian.
Director of Music and Fine Arts Ministries
Terry D Maddox, M.M.
Terry D. Maddox, M.M. is a native of Indiana. Terry received his Bachelor of Science degree in Music and Religion with an emphasis in organ performance from the University of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana. While studying there he also attended Harlaxton College of Grantham, England for a year. He received a full fellowship and assistantship from Loyola University of New Orleans, Louisiana, where he earned a Masters of Music in Choral Conducting.
Terry has served as an educator for three private Christian school systems in the position of Director of Fine Arts for twelve years of his career. He currently is in his ninth year as Minister of Music and Fine Arts for Government Street Presbyterian Church in Mobile, Alabama. In this position he serves as organist, choir director and administrator of the music and fine arts ministry program of which the Mobile Community Chorus is a part. In the last year he has also started an Honors Choir for children from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mobile and Baldwin Counties.
Terry also serves as Music Director for Touro Synagogue of New Orleans, Artistic Director for the Eastern Shore Choral Society, Adjunct Professor for Spring Hill's College Choral Program and Music Education and organist for St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church.
In the spring of 2007, Terry prepared and led a large choral group to Carnegie Hall to join in the presentation of Faure’s Requiem. He has led several “Choir Trips with Friends” to Europe, visiting and singing in Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic and Germany. He is currently preparing another “Choir Trip with Friends” for the summer of 2008.The choir will sing both a sacred and secular program and a Jewish program of music in Vienna and Prague.
Terry has been invited to direct a chorale of 175 voices in a performance of John Rutter's Requiem on Sunday evening, March 15, 2009 at Carnegie Hall, New York City.
Director of Children's Ministry
Director of Hospitality
Director of Food Services