Elder Leadership at FCC

 Senior Pastor Josh Mangrum 
Pastor Josh grew up in Fairview where he graduated High School in 1993. In 1996 he married the love of his life Joy, and together they have three wonderful children, sons Tristan and Fox and daughter, Autumn. Not yet feeling the call into the ministry Josh pursued a career in graphic design graduating from Nossi College of Art in 2000 with a Commercial Art Degree. It was during his time at Nossi, however, where Josh and Joy felt the call to minister to the Youth of Fairview Community Church.
In November of 2004, FCC offered Josh the position of Youth Pastor. It was an easy transition with him having already served in a similar capacity with FCC’s Youth since early 2000. Then, in the summer of 2013 Josh felt God leading him away from Youth ministry to the adult body of FCC. In 2017, after 17 years of Youth ministry, Josh became the Senior Pastor of Fairview Community Church.  
Josh loves spending time with Joy, as well as playing video games and airsoft with his boys. He also loves spending time with with Autumn as well as Jeeping, and lifting weights. An avid sports fan, Josh enjoys and often suffers with the N.Y. Mets, the Washington Redskins (now Commanders) and the LSU Tigers. He also enjoys using his graphic design talents occasionally by creating graphics, promo materials, etc… for the various ministries of FCC.
Pastor Josh’s real passion is the opportunity to introduce folks to Jesus, which includes loving on, and encouraging them as well as assisting in the training up of every individual God sees fit to bring through the doors of Fairview Community Church.
 Elder Emeritus & Retired Senior Pastor Mike Mangrum 
Mike was born and raised in Middle Tennessee and is a veteran of the Tennessee National Guard. Along with his wife and two other couples, they answered God's call and founded Fairview Community Church with the first service on December 31, 1995 in house of Stephen & Cassandra Penick. FCC grew moving from the Penick’s home to the Lions Club building at the Fairview City Park, then to the Fairview High School and then to Westwood Elementary School on Highway 96 in Fairview. Due to several circumstances, in 2005, FCC purchased the building and property of our current location. Although Mike retired from the pulpit ministry as Senior Pastor at FCC, he still serves as an elder, teacher and
fills the pulpit on occasion. Mike has been blessed tremendously by his precious wife, Judy, to whom he has been married to over 50 years, and their three sons. One of God’s greatest blessings is that he has been succeeded in ministry at FCC by his eldest son, Josh who serves as Senior Pastor. Mike and Judy look forward to many more years of service to God through FCC.
 Elder Quinn Mangrum 
Quinn was born and raised in Fairview, Tennessee and became a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ at a young age. Prior to becoming an elder, Quinn has served in many capacities at FCC including in Youth Ministry since 2006. He has also enjoyed coaching baseball in the recreational and school arena. Quinn continues to coach at the high school level with an organization whose primary mission is ultimately to raise up strong, godly men of integrity through coaching, teaching and playing baseball.
Since 2014, Quinn has been the owner and operator of Elantra Gate Systems in Fairview where he leads a company of 15 employees whose goal it is to provide excellent God-honoring service in the installation and maintenance of automatic gates to the residential and commercial markets. Quinn and his beautiful wife, Angela, have been married for over 25 years and have two sons, Maverick and Levi.  Levi is a 16 year old  homeschooler with a vast variety of interests and Maverick, 18, serves in the U.S. Army Reserves.
 Elder Curtis Putnam 
Curtis was born in Covington, Kentucky and raised in Southeast Ohio.  He came to Tennessee in 1973 to play baseball at David Lipscomb College. He graduated in 1976 with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education. He received a Masters in Education from Tennessee State University in 1979. He taught for three years at David Lipscomb after graduating which is where he met his wife, Susan. Curtis and Susan have now been married for 41 years. They have three sons, two beautiful daughter-in-laws, and seven precious grandchildren. Curtis retired from teaching in 2015 after 36 years in the profession. During his time as a teacher, he also coached baseball, basketball, football, and volleyball. God drew Curtis and Susan to Fairview Community Church shortly after it began in 1996 and blessed to call it their church home still today. Curtis served as a Deacon and later as chairman before being called as an Elder.