Kevin Reeves

Worship Leader

Kevin Reeves

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Having a father who is in the ministry, Kevin Reeves has always had a passion for serving the local church. God called him into full-time Christian service in 1991 and he has loved ministering to others ever since.

I am passionate about what I do,” says Reeves, worship leader at FBC. “Being a worship pastor in this day and age, I minister to a wide range of individuals. From old hymns to the new praise, I strive to provide an environment where the youngest to the oldest can come together each week and truly worship God.”

Reeves has served at various churches throughout Alabama since 1993. Many of those years were as Music and Youth director, but for the past 11 years, he has been a Worship Leader. That’s his official title since coming to FBC in 2019.

  1. Born in in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Reeves lived in that city until his family moved to Shreveport, Louisiana, when he was six. Four years later, when he was in the sixth grade, they moved to Gadsden, Alabama, where he graduated from Coosa Christian School in 1989. He spent two years at Gadsden State Community College before transferring to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He graduated in 1993 with a degree in Church Ministries with a concentration in Youth. “I was saved at the age of 12 at Whites Chapel Baptist Church, Gadsden, during our annual Alabama Jubilee Revival,” Reeves says.

Married 1994, he and his wife, Christina, have two children. Samuel is 12 and Kristen is eight. Going through the COVID-19 pandemic has handicapped their ability to get to know church members on an individual basis as much as they would like.

Reeves’s personal goal is to grow spiritually each day and to be the godly husband and father that God desires and that his family deserves. He wants to see the choirs at FBC (preschool through adult) grow numerically and spiritually. Multi-generational worship is important for the future of the church, Reeves believes. “I also have a desire to see a church orchestra established,” he says.

Outside of church, he enjoys painting, the kind requires a bucket and a roller brush. “I have been painting for over 15 years, anything from small projects in homes to larger commercial buildings.”