Pastor George Cook
George Cook has been a full-time pastor with Fellowship Community Church since 1993. Before that, he was a bi-vocational minister, his other work being a junior high school social studies teacher.
Born in Omaha, Nebraska, George, by the end of his high school years, became interested in spiritual things. In 1969, he accepted Jesus as his Savior.
In 1971, George met Lynna Gene. They married December 27 of that year.
In 1974, Fellowship Community Church formed. George began preaching and doing other ministry activities. In 1982, he was licensed. He was ordained in 1984. Through the years, religion-based classes have been taken through Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, and at Grace University in Omaha.
In addition to local ministry, George has had opportunities for other experiences. They have included weddings in Florida, Wisconsin, and in a meadow in central Nebraska. He has participated in missions trips to Costa Rica. He and Lynna Gene have had travel experiences, including to the Holy Land and following the steps of the apostle Paul in Greece, Turkey, and Rome.
George has been encouraged by a wonderful congregation. Together, Fellowship Community Church proclaims that “Jesus Christ is Lord!”
Bill Caldwell, Chairman of the Board of Directors
Bill’s career was focused in Community Service leadership positions in urban and inner cities with youth and various cultures, also specializing in staff development. Being a “people person” he enjoys working with all ages and populations. Being an avid reader and lover of books he loves the Bible most of all. Traveling to the Holy Land was a highlight in his life. Currently, Bill volunteers with 2 non-profit Boards, Lincoln World Day on the Mall, and the State Holocaust Commemoration.