Pastor Doug Scalise
Born in Boston and raised in Brookline, MA, Doug Scalise is the son and grandson of pastors.
Doug and his wife Jill began have been married since 1989 and began serving at Brewster Baptist Church on October 1, 1995. They have two grown sons, Nathan, who is married to Zoe, and Greg.
Doug graduated cum laude from Colby College ’86 in Waterville, Maine where he double majored in American Studies and History and Boston University School of Theology ’89 (Master of Divinity in Biblical and Historical Studies).
He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1999. Doug’s primary ministry interests are preaching, leadership, equipping people to discover and use their spiritual gifts in ministry, spiritual formation, and making disciples.
Outside of BBC, Doug enjoys playing baseball with the Orleans Pirates in the Veteran’s Baseball League of Cape Cod in the spring and fall and and supporting the Brewster Whitecaps in the Cape Cod Baseball League. Doug likes watching the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Celtics, movies, especially comedies and classics, reading good books, going for long walks with Jill, and spending time with family and friends.
Pastor David Pranga
Pastor David Pranga joined the staff of Brewster Baptist Church in August of 2014 and serves as our Executive Pastor.
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a degree in Physical Education and a minor in coaching, he received a Master's degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
David has served as a Campus Pastor with Youth for Christ, and served in church ministry as both a Youth and Associate Pastor. Before joining our congregation, David was Associate Pastor at Chapel of the Cross in Westborough, MA.
David works with the staff, core ministry leaders, and many volunteers at BBC, overseeing the ministries, administration, finances, and operations. David enjoys the church ministries working together to reach their goals, and has gifts in Administration, Leadership, and Shepherding.
Born in Madison, Wisconsin, David met his beautiful wife, Christy (who also grew up in Wisconsin), in college through Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. They have been married since 1997 and have their own tribe of five children (Rebekah, Rachel, Jeremiah, Elizabeth, and Hannah).
David enjoys spending time with his family, playing card and board games, camping, reading, movies, and is a huge sports fan. David’s favorite sports teams are the Green Bay Packers and all his Wisconsin Badgers teams. David has also completed three Ironman triathlons.
Pastor Barbara Burrill
Pastor Barbara Burrill joined the staff of Brewster Baptist Church in August of 2014, and is the Pastor of Children's Ministry, and the Community Life & Fellowship Ministry.
Barbara has taught public school, private school and most recently served as a Director of Children’s Ministry at Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA.
Barbara’s vision of ministry is to come alongside parents on this journey, creating a space at BBC where children and students are irresistibly drawn to Christ. Her prayer is that this ministry will allow the Holy Spirit to work in the lives of these children and their parents. With God’s help children and students will come to be known, loved and find a church home that cares for them unconditionally.
She also plans events to bring together all ages within the church, such as renting a entire bowling facility, and with a focus on providing more senior options such as “Lunch with the Conductor of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, Jung-Ho Pak”.
When not at BBC Barbara loves to be with her family and friends enjoying movies, board games and reading. Barbara is an auntie to 1 niece and 5 nephews whom she adores! She is also a big Boston sports fan and loves all of the beautiful spots to be with God at the beach and ponds in the area.
Pastor Joe Greemore
Our newest addition to the BBC staff, we welcome Joe Greemore from Mid-America. Joe has also ministered in the Central and Rocky Mountain Regions, and now deeply enjoys ministering in Massachusetts.
Joe, his wife Shelby, and family were formerly citizens of the Cedar Valley where Joe served as Lead Worship Pastor, participated in Interfaith work, and served on the Boards of the Grout Museum and Area Agency on Aging (NEI3A).
He loves serving with and in the community and has a passion for supporting missions.
Joe graduated from Ottawa University, a school founded by a partnership between the Ottawa Native American tribe and American Baptist missionaries Jotham and Eleanor Meeker, where he met Shelby, and later the Iliff School of Theology in sunny, mile high Denver, CO.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, known as International Ministries, and on the American Baptist Home Mission Society’s In Pursuit of Excellence Advisory Council, where he finds great encouragement and inspiration from gifted denominational leaders.
Joe has great enthusiasm for hiking, biking, spending time with family and friends, providing pastoral care, and worshiping with Shelby. He enjoyed a refreshing trip to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, summiting Mounts Washington and Eisenhower.
Shelby and Joe love their home in the northeast on Millstone and Main Street in Brewster and are delighted to be part of Cape Cod culture. Their children, Corbany, Addy, and Greyson, have thoroughly enjoyed their transition to the stellar Nauset Public Schools.
With a heart full of gratitude to God, Joe has been blessed to lead worship with the Brewster Baptist Church as well as at local, national, and international levels.
Joe has ridden across Iowa and hopes to participate in the Pan-Mass Challenge someday!