Leadership Team

Elders and Staff

Brad raby

Lead Pastor

Brad grew up just outside of Knoxville in the wonderful small town of Oliver Springs, Tennessee.  He met his wife, Julie, while attending college and seminary in Chattanooga. They have been married to since 2002. Julie is a local school counselor and together they have 4 kids: Rylee (11), Drew (8), Kato (8) and Simon (5). Brad has served the local church as a pastor for over 18 years. He joyfully and gratefully serves as the Lead Pastor for Fellowship Church’s Pellissippi Campus. His passion is to see people become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ, and the community flourish through the power of the Gospel. On a lesser note, Brad enjoys playing and watching various sporting events. He’s also been known to smoke delicious meats and build stuff with wood.

Noah Case

Pastor of Community and Mission

Noah was born and raised in Knoxville. Noah and his wife, Lindsay, were married in 2010. Together they have three children.  He has served churches in Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina. After a decade in student ministry, he now serves as Pastor of Community and Mission at Fellowship Pellissippi. Noah holds an undergraduate degree in history and secondary education as well as a master’s degree in Youth and Family Ministry.
Noah enjoys spending time with his family and building his random, useless sports knowledge.

Casey Roberts

Pastor of Worship Ministry

Casey was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee and graduated form MTSU in 2012. He and his wife, Lisa, have been a part of Fellowship Pellissippi since 2017, and married since 2019. Casey serves as the Pastor of Worship, helping to create a place for the church body to reflect and engage in the good work of the Father by overseeing the Worship and Tech teams. When it’s his free time you might find him at a coffee shop, writing, playing disc golf, or finding a way to eat pizza.

Atlee McSpadden

Director of Fellowship Kids 

Atlee grew up in Knoxville, but found her way to living on the gulf coast for several years. Her background includes preschool education, non-profit management, and leadership development. After moving back to Knoxville in 2017, Atlee began a residency at Fellowship Middlebrook in disciple-making ministries. Some of her favorite things include hiking, reading, podcasts, tea, coffee, and helping people find community and connection.

Betty Miller

Coordinator of Ministry Administration

Betty is originally from Memphis, Tennessee.  She and her husband, Mike, met while in high school in Orlando, Florida and married in 1982.  They moved to Knoxville, Tennessee in 2008 and became a part of Fellowship Church later transitioning to Fellowship Pellissippi in 2016.  They have one adult daughter, Shea.  Betty received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s in Public Administration. She worked in higher education administration for over 24 years before joining the Fellowship Pellissippi team in September 2020.  Betty enjoys traveling, especially beach trips, and spending time with family and friends.

Levi inman

Director of Student Ministry  

Levi was born and raised in Harriman, TN and recently began working on his Masters at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been part of Fellowship Pellissippi since the beginning of 2019. Levi serves as the director of Student Ministry and social media. During his free time, he enjoys training at the gym, hanging out at a local coffee shop, or watching the Braves play baseball.

ROger Adkins

Elder

Roger was born in Knoxville and raised in Anderson County. After completing a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Tennessee Tech, which included two years of co-operative education in Oak Ridge, the Lord led Roger to be involved in His purposes overseas with a focus on South Asia. It was during this time that he met his wife Jackie, originally from England. Their work together was based in Bangladesh for almost 20 years. Roger and Jackie have three children; Jon, a business IT consultant based in Dallas, Chris, a medical student at UT Memphis, and Suzanne, an undergraduate student at Berry College. Roger works with an engineering/consulting firm while Jackie is a school teacher. Their current involvement at Fellowship includes men's discipleship, children’s ministry, and missions.

Jay Warrick

Elder

Jay was raised in North Carolina and met his wife, Nancy, while attending medical school at East Carolina University. They were married in 1988 and lived in Charleston, S.C. where Nancy worked as a registered nurse and Jay completed his medical training in rheumatology. They moved to Knoxville in 1991 and have been members at Fellowship since 2004. They transitioned to the Pellissippi campus in 2017.  They have four children - Ryan, Hannah, Sydney and Amy.  Jay serves in the worship ministry and Nancy is active in children’s ministries. The Warricks enjoy spending time outdoors. Nancy loves horseback riding and Jay enjoys gardening and fly fishing.

Kyle Landis

Elder

Kyle Landis is a northern transplant from Philadelphia, PA. After graduating from Cairn University with a dual degree in Business Management and Biblical Studies he worked in the marketplace for over a decade in regional and national sales positions. In 2011, in conjunction with a local church, Kyle and Kristi planted the Hallstead Campus of Bridgewater Church.  Over the course of the next several years they helped coach and plant several other campuses in the upstate region of PA and Southern Tier of NY. In 2014 Kyle was called to Knoxville to lead the new church planting efforts for Fellowship Church. Kyle was the founding pastor of Fellowship Pellissippi, and since stepping down from that role he now works as the Pastor of Church Mobilization which includes church planting and local impact for the Fellowship Middlebrook Location. Kyle has been married to Kristi for over 20 years and has 2 children Mia (15) and Micah (13). He loves to spend his free time kayaking, biking and playing or coaching soccer.

Brandon Brown

Elder

Brandon was born in Illinois and raised in the Netherlands, Virgina, California and back to Chicago. He met his wife Missy in high school. They dated through college while he got a degree in business administration from the University of Vermont and she double majored in education and math from North Park University in Chicago. They married in 2001 and Brandon began his career in healthcare IT. In 2018 Brandon was able to work remotely and he and Missy moved to Knoxville with their three kids, Ashley, Nicole and Luke. Missy home schools the kids and does book keeping for local businesses. They love spending time in the mountains as a family, biking, climbing and camping.  Brandon serves in worship ministry tech, life groups and men's ministry.