Northeast Church calls Bo Bowen

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BRASSELTON – Bo Bowen began his new role as senior pastor at Northeast Church in Brasselton on April 1. His first Sunday was April 7.

Bo and Leigh Bowman with their three children: Katy Jo, Annabelle, and Brennan.

Bowen served for the last five years as discipleship pastor at Dunwoody Baptist Church in Dunwoody. There, he was also the host of the church’s podcast “As You Go.”

He holds a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Divinity degree from Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He has previously served as a missionary, first to New England and later to Germany. In addition, he has worked in various churches as student and college pastor throughout Texas.

He is married to Leigh, and they have three children: Katy Jo, Annabelle, and Brennan.

“I am humbled by the warm welcome from Northeast Church,” Bowen said.

He continued, “I am eager to join God’s ongoing work in Braselton and the surrounding communities. I believe God is real, He is near, and He does indeed care about the lives we lead. I am looking forward to seeing what He has in store for all of us.”

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