Staff

Wes Holland, Pastor

Wes Holland has been Pastor at Westminster since 2006. Wes grew up in Palmetto, GA and is a graduate of Covenant College Prior to seminary he served as intern at Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, GA and visited Uganda twice on missionary trips.

Wes received his Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (1995). After seminary he served as the Assistant Pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Panama City, FL for nearly three years. Then he served as Associate Pastor of New Covenant Presbyterian Church in Aiken, SC for nearly nine years.

Wes and his wife Mandy have four children, Rachel, Molly, Abby, and Will. Wes enjoys reading, playing basketball, and cheering for the Atlanta Hawks and Georgia Bulldogs. wes@wpcbrandon.org.

Jimbo Mullen, Asst. Pastor

Pastor Jimbo Mullen is an Assistant Pastor at Westminster and the church planting pastor of Christ Satisfies Presbyterian Church (CSPC). He is also the Founder and Director of Christ Satisfies Ministries (CSM), which is now a ministry of Westminster Presbyterian Church.  He and his wife, Anne, have four children – Titus, Phoebe, Jude and Hadassah.

Jimbo ministers through community outreach & evangelism in the College Hill neighborhood of Tampa and along the Nebraska Ave. N. corridor. His gospel outreach efforts reach prostitutes, pimps, gang members, drug dealers, troubled youth, the homeless and the urban poor.  Additionally, he ministers to inmates at the Polk County Jail twice each week.

An organic outgrowth of his outreach, evangelism and mercy ministry is the College Hill church plant, Christ Satisfies Presbyterian Church.  Jimbo desires to see a strong, reformed, Bible-believing, local church in the community that will share the saving message of the gospel of Jesus Christ to those who live and work there.  This local body of believers will be a place for members of the community to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ as they come together to worship and fellowship with one another.