Rev. Tim Green


Tim was appointed to our church in 1991.  He graduated from Blue Mountain College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and Memphis Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity Degree in 1989.  He was ordained an Elder in the United Methodist Church in 1991 and is now an Elder in the Global Methodist Church.  Tim and Phyllis have been married since 1977.  They have three children and nine grandchildren.

Rev. John Foster

Associate Pastor

John enthusiastically joined us in July 2018 upon hearing how God was working in and though the people of Saltillo Methodist and how the church was discerning God's call into the future. It is John’s hope that all of us will be devoted to God as he is devoted to us, that we will continually develop with the transforming work of God, and that we will each be deployed as the light of the world. John is married to Kimberly and has two children: Anderson and Caroline.

Miki Green

Children's Director

Miki started attending Saltillo Methodist as a child and was baptized into the church in 1997. After many years of helping in the children’s department, Miki was hired in March of 2022. The Lord gave her a heart for children and a passion to make His love known to them. It is her hope to partner with our church families in building foundations of faith to further His Kingdom. Miki is married to Bob and they have four children: Sam, Stella Ray, Sadie Dean, and Shepherd.

Xan Reese

Youth Minister

Xan is from Saltillo and a product of our church! He is one who: “has been with Jesus”, loves the Lord, believes in what Jesus Christ can mean to each and every person, has a welcoming heart, and sends people toward the mission God has for them. Xan is married to Kali.

Meg Cayson

Minister of Music

Meg began serving as our Minister of Music in the summer of 2023. She graduated from Delta State University with a Music Education degree in 2012, where she studied applied voice and choral conducting. After 11 years of teaching music in the public school system, Meg felt the call to serve in the church full time. She is passionate about music as an avenue to worship and as an offering to God. Meg lives in downtown Tupelo with her husband, Alex, and son, Everett.