Rev. Max Mayo
Max Mayo is a lifelong Methodist. He was born in Cumming, GA in 1970 while his father, Rev. Jerry Mayo, was enrolled at Emory University. Max became a Licensed Local Pastor in the Tennessee Conference in 1991 while enrolled at Middle Tennessee State University. He received his M.Div. from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in 1997. Max was ordained an Elder in 1999 and has served the following appointments:
- 1990 Haynes Chapel-Cedar Grove
- 1994 Newborn (N.GA)
- 1997 Westview
- 2002 Fairfield Glade
- 2008 Cookeville First
Max has served within the Tennessee Conference in various capacities such as; member of the Board of Ordained Ministry, delegate to the 2008 and 2012 Jurisdictional Conferences, delegate to the 2012 General Conference, Board of Pensions, Chair of the District Council on Ministries for Columbia and Cookeville Districts, and the Tennessee Tech Wesley Foundation Board of Directors.
Max has two children; Justin and Maddie who are both enrolled at Tennessee Tech University. When he has free time, Max prefers to build furniture and play golf.
Anna Hill is originally from Crossville, TN. Anna was raised in the Crossville First United Methodist Church. Anna began her college education at Samford University in Birmingham, AL but transferred to The University of Tennessee where she received a B.A. in Sociology. Anna is a certified candidate within the Cookeville District, and she is currently enrolled in Asbury Theological Seminary’s Extended Learning Program.