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Rev. Randolph W. Allensworth III, Senior Pastor

Reverend Allensworth grew up in King George County and attended Shiloh Baptist Church. He enjoys the outdoors, especially during the spring and fall hunting seasons. He is an avid Washington Redskins fan, and he enjoys reading fiction books when the reading bug hits him. Randy is a lover of seafood and has inherited from his Northern Neck roots the love of steamed crabs. He has a Masters of Religious Education from Southern Theological Seminary and, a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religion and Sociology from the University of Richmond. He is a 1974 graduate from King George High School.

Pastor Randy's wife, Amy, grew up in Spotsylvania. She began playing the piano at the age of 7 and the organ at the age of 15. Amy is currently a part-time organist at the Hope Presbyterian church in Spotsylvania. Since her retirement from Spotsylvania Social Services, Amy is renewing her passion for cooking by the discovery and making of new recipes. She also enjoys taking yoga classes during the week and babysitting and shopping for her newest 2 year-old grandson.

Both Randy and Amy enjoy finding and dining out at new and out-of-the-way restaurants in the area. Their children, Troy and Rosie, and their respective families live and work in the Fredericksburg area.

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Brenda Wendell, Secretary

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Photo Coming SoonBarbara Perry, Minister of Music

Barbara is a graduate of Mary Washington College and received her master's in music education from George Mason University. She has taught in Stafford County schools for over 20 years and is currently the director of choirs at Colonial Forge High School. She has been the guest conductor for All-District Chorus in Culpeper County, Prince William County, All-County Chorus in Stafford, and All-County Chorus in Hanover. She has directed the local Maranatha Second Generation Choir and is the founding director for the Stafford Regional Choral Society. Barbara directed the St. Peter's Lutheran Church Choir for 16 years before beginning her ministry here at Shiloh. In addition to her conducting experience, Barbara has performed as a soprano soloist with the Fredericksburg Singers, the Fredericksburg Messiah, the Chamber Chorale, and various community theatres. She has performed in the Mary Washington Operafest, for the First Night Celebration in Fredericksburg, and performed Carmina Burana with the Mary Washington Orchestra and Fredericksburg Singers. Barbara is the wife of Kevin Perry and the mother of two boys.

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Rebecca Goff, Minister of Children

Rebecca Goff grew up in Inola, Oklahoma, a small town that had a population of 1,400 people, one flashing stoplight in the middle of town, and called the “hay capital of the world.” She is the daughter of a police officer. Her parents were God fearing people. Rebecca’s maternal grandparents were Native American born in the late 1890s. Her mother’s first language was Cherokee. Rebecca is the youngest of six children, three of whom are still living. She married her husband, Jayson, in 2003. She had worked in the field of animal health—mostly companion animals, such as horses, dogs, and cats. She became a regional territory manager for an animal health company and traveled the continental United States doing product training, sales, and merchandising.
In 2008, Rebecca left the professional workforce to stay home with her children. Rebecca and Jayson have lived in Oklahoma, Colorado, and Maryland. Today, they live in King George with their two daughters.
They joined Shiloh in 2012. She assisted Ray Tubbs, Jr., with the Children’s Ministry and filled the gap as Ray transitioned to a pastor position.  After many prayers and seeing two children accept Christ during Vacation Bible School, she realized what being a children’s minister was all about and that God would not allow her to do the job if she were not worthy. In her words: “Every time I said ‘I can’t,’ God said ‘Yes, you can’ and opened the door for me to serve as the Minister of Children.”

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