• Sr. Pastor – Brick Mason

    Pastor Brick Mason is a native Atlantan, born and raised. He has been riding motorcycles for 48 years. About 10 years ago, God called him to fully utilize his talents and skills to further the Kingdom of God. His deep passion for his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and his love of motorcycles lead Pastor Brick to start Redeemed Biker Church. Pastor Brick has served as senior pastor of Redeemed Biker Church for the past 7 years, where he co-pastors with his wife of 11 years, Pam Mason. We are a non-denominational "common-ground" church serving both bikers and non-bikers with over 125 members.

  • Pastor - Pam Mason

    I am blessed to serve and minister alongside my best friend, the love of my life and the greatest acquaintance I have ever made outside of Jesus. Yes, my husband is the head pastor at Redeemed Biker Church and together we are privileged to serve God's family here in the McDonough and surrounding area. No, I am not a typical biker gal, but I am always willing to go along for a ride. I have an intense love for the word of God and graduated from Logos Bible College. My greatest passion is to see people grow and mature in their relationship with the Lord. I have found that is done through much prayer, surrender and studying of God's word. Having gone through many difficult situations myself growing up, I have an intense love and great faith to see the broken, rejected and hurt experience miraculous transformations in their lives through the power of God. I love to see baby Christians grow and mature into powerful men and women of God. I believe God never gives up on us and always has healing restoration and good things in store for us as long as we strive to walk in obedience to His word. I know from personal experience that God loves to "show off" in our lives when we totally surrender to Him. What a great God we serve!

  • Worship Pastor - Scott Campbell

    For the last 30 plus years, Scott Campbell has been leading worship all over the southeastern United States. His passion has taken him to faraway places such as Amsterdam, Holland with the Billy Graham crusade, northern Scotland to lead worship in revivals, or to the basement of a split level house to lead music for small Bible study. "Music doesn't thrill me so much, but the presence of God is an awesome thing to experience." Scott believes music is a wonderful tool to bring Gods people to a place of intimacy and celebration so, when the music stops, does that mean worship stops also? At Redeemed Biker Church we encourage a life that is filled with worship both inside and outside the four walls of the church. This is evident when you walk through the doors of Redeemed. As a singer, songwriter, worship leader, soundman, and licensed ordained minister, Scott has been involved in virtually every aspect of church worship. Scott's daughter Emily and son Zac are also actively involved in the worship ministry of Redeemed. "I never would have thought that I would actually be leading worship for a "biker church" but in all my years of ministry, I see this as the most real, transparent, and loving body of believers that I've ever had the privilege of being a part of."

  • Youth Pastor – Josh Stowers

    Josh is the youth minister at Redeemed Biker Church. He grew up in a godly home and entered into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ at the age of 15. At the age of 17 he knew that he was called to preach the gospel. Since that time, he has been walking with Christ and studying His word with three years of Bible college completed. His goal is getting his bachelors degree. Josh has been preaching the gospel for five years now. His passion is to see youth build a personal relationship with Christ and see young people fulfill the Great Commission.

  • Children Pastor – Dodie Cason

    Dodie Cason is the Children's Pastor for Redeemed Biker Church in McDonough Georgia. She is energetic and eager in her efforts because she knows the knowledge and love she shares today will determine the children's future response and acceptance of Jesus Christ in their futures. Dodie was fortunate to have a family strong in their faith. This motivated them to establish her in the church at a very young age. Dodie grew up attending Lovejoy United Methodist Church in Covington Georgia, where she confirmed her faith in God when she was 14 years old. Many of Dodie's fondest childhood memories come from the church and are from the leaders that impacted her life and influenced her love and trust for God Almighty. She considers it an honor to be the Children's Pastor because she wants to give back and share the way others have shared with her. Seeing the children respond positively to worship and praise keeps Dodie motivated to work with these children from all different families and backgrounds. She finds herself continually being blessed and encouraged by the children's ability to laugh and grow even with the hardships many of them face.