Elder Corey S. Howse has a tremendous passion for God’s word coupled with a sincere love for God’s people. He has a contagious spirit of compassion that flows through every aspect of his ministry. Elder Howse is a dynamic preacher, teacher and vocalist and currently serves as the Pastor of Connection Hill Primitive Baptist Church in Thompson’s Station, TN; a staple in the Thompson’s Station community since 1878.
Prior to Connection Hill in 2008, Elder Howse served as the second Pastor of the Progressive Baptist Church from 1994 to 2008. Under the leadership of the late Elder Johnnie E. Taylor, Elder Howse served as Sunday School Superintendent, Junior Deacon, Vice-President of the Youth Department, a member of the Youth Choir, Choir Number Two, and Mass Choir and as an ordained elder.
Elder Howse’s vision is clear and focused; to develop God’s people to be Christ-centered, community focused, and connected spiritually. With Philippians 4:13 serving as his guide, Elder Howse is an active servant within the Primitive Baptist Church community currently serving as Vice-President of the Cumberland Association Church School, member of the ordination committee of the Cumberland Association, member of the Finance Committee for the National Primitive Baptist Convention, an Elder of the National Primitive Baptist Convention, and a Professor at the Big Harpeth United Primitive Baptist Training School.
Pastor Howse is married to the former Kathy D. Smith and they have one son, Stephen. Pastor Howse is a graduate of the esteemed American Baptist College in Nashville, TN and is currently employed with the Rutherford County School System where he works with at-risk youth through the system’s ISS program.
To schedule Pastor Howse for a teaching or preaching event, please contact:
Shene Toliver, Administrative Assistant