Pastor Ed Hannahs
Marshalltown has been the home of Pastor Hannahs for most of his life. He furthered his education in Bible colleges in Wisconsin and Indiana. He married Laurie (Eddy) in 1982. After graduating from college, God led them to pastorates in Nebraska, Saskatchewan and South Dakota before being called to Fellowship Baptist Church in 1997. Pastor and Laurie have been blessed with five children and ten grandchildren.
"Our desire is to let you know you are always welcome at Fellowship. We believe God wants to bless and change lives through His powerful Word. Come worship with us any-time."
Assistant Pastor - Mike Hargrave
Mike is the epitome of a servant. Mike and Laurie have been serving the Lord Jesus Christ and the family of Fellowship Baptist for over 40 years. Mike assists the Pastor in any way that is needed. God gave Mike a heart for teaching children. His joy is to see the children and young people equipped with truth to impact their homes and overcome our culture.
Youth Pastor - Justin Jorpeland
Justin grew up in Marshalltown and Hannah in Sioux Falls, they met at Bible camp in 2008. They were married 6 years later and were blessed with a son, Judah, in 2016. After graduating from Masters Baptist College in 2018, God called them back to Marshalltown. Justin has a passion to work with teenagers, and to train the next generation to follow Christ.
Spanish Pastor - David Heckart
David and Anna Lee Heckart minister to the Latino culture of our community. They both were raised in the homes of missionaries in South America. God brought them to Marshalltown through different circumstances where they met and fell in love. They were married in 2016 and have since been blessed with Nathaniel, their first. They have a great love for people, a sincere compassion to help and lift others with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Karen Pastor - Moo Thaw
Moo Thaw and his family are Karen, they came from the refugee camps of Thailand. Moo Thaw was divinely directed to Fellowship Baptist. He serves the Karen people of our community with joy. Moo Thaw's burden is to see Karen people follow the Lord Jesus Christ.