“Parson George”

IMG_0396In addition to being an author and Revolutionary War historian, Geoff Baggett is also an ordained Baptist minister and Colonial Parson.  He is known in his Colonial living history persona as “Parson George” (his first name is actually George).

Geoff  has served in the ministry for thirty years, and  is the Founding Pastor of Crossroads Fellowship in Cadiz, Kentucky, where he has served since 2002.  He holds a Master of Divinity Degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and a Master of Arts from Luther Rice Seminary in metro Atlanta, Georgia.  He has also completed thirty hours of post-graduate work at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon.

In the “Colonial” world, Geoff has served as the Chaplain of the Kentucky Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) for four years, and as the Central District (Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia) SAR Chaplain in 2015-16.  He regularly appears in his parson attire, leading services and offering prayer at various historical and memorial events.

“Parson George” is available and eager to lead “Devine Services” at period events as organizers have need.  Local points of contact may email him and inquire about availability.

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“Parson George” with some ladies of the DAR.

 

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With U.S. Senator Rand Paul at the 200th Anniversary of the First Baptist Church in Russellville, Kentucky.

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