Our Pastor

Pastor Jesse was raised as a preacher’s kid – and barely survived it. He grew up in the foothills of Western North Carolina where he went to Bible College and met his wife Amy while working for Domino’s Pizza. He also used to work at a funeral home – and he will tell you about it even if you don’t ask.

He has been the pastor at Sharon Heights since September of 2018 where he loves showing Jesus from every page of the Bible.

He and Amy have two children, Priscilla and Asa.

In his free time Jesse likes playing blues guitar and watching Alabama Football. Roll Tide.


To hear Pastor Jesse preach: CLICK HERE

Associate Pastor – Ricky King
Brother Ricky has been the backbone of Sharon Heights for many years. He continually serves our people by reminding us to “keep our focus on Jesus”. His infectious spirit and rock-solid commitment to the gospel are an encouragement to everyone who meet him.

He and his wife Susana have been married for 44 loooooong years. (according to Susan)
Associate Pastor of Youth and Education – Corey Powell
Corey has been a member of Sharon Heights for many years and has been part of the pastoral staff since 2018. He is a graduate of Beeson Divinity School.

He is married to Jess and together they are raising their dog Reddington.
Associate Pastor of Music and Worship –
Will Jackson
Will grew up in the Anniston area where he was first called to serve in pastoral and worship ministry. Will is a self-admitted nerd. In addition to ministry, he is a trained cancer biologist who teaches college biology and runs a private tutoring business. Will is currently in seminary at Liberty University. Will and his wife Haley live in Fultondale with their Cavapoo puppy named Sassy. Haley is a professional sign language interpreter. She first learned how to sign as a kid at church because she wanted to be able to talk to the deaf members. The Jacksons are expecting their first child in April.
In addition to our pastors, Sharon Heights is blessed to be served by the best selection of staff and volunteers you could ever hope to know.