Rev. Raymond G. Coffman, a long time resident of Cobb County, was called to serve as Pastor of the Log Cabin Community
Church in the fall of 2013. "I am honored", says Coffman, "to be a part of a church with over 100 year history
of being a non-denomination church that continues to this day to open its doors to all seeking a place to worship, grow,
and fellowship with others on life's journey." Raymond strives to be sensitive to the everyday struggles and stress
life sometimes throws our way. His passion is to create a safe place at the Log Cabin for personal and spiritual development.
The beauty of our church is that the doors are always open to all who visit or call Log Cabin home.
A native of Washington,
D.C., he is a graduate of Liberty University with a major in Theology and Psychology and holds a Masters Degree in Pastoral
Care & Counseling. Currently, Raymond is Manager and Chaplain at WellStar Health System. His ministry has always involved
helping people of all ages and faith backgrounds. "Life is richer", Coffman states, "when we are open to accepting
and learning from each other."
Raymond and his wife Barbara reside in West Cobb County and are proud parents
of a son Clark a college student, and a very spoiled little black and white dog named Oreo.
As organist, Kathryn Cooler provides direction to worship services
as a musician, accompanist and worship planner. In addition to working with soloists, she plays for weddings and collaborates
with musicians within the congregation. Originally from Charleston, South Carolina, she is a graduate of Converse College
with a Bachelor of Music. Kathryn has taught public school music as well as private piano lessons. In Charleston, she was
a church organist, an accompanist for the Charleston Choral Society and for musicals at the Dock Street Theater. Currently
she accompanies the Entertainers, a local choral group that performs in Metro Atlanta