Mrs. Debbie Scott

Ministry Assistant

Mrs. Debbie Scott

Deborah Page Scott (AKA Debbie but I answer to Mimi most of the time).

I was born in Woodruff and I am a graduate of Woodruff High School and Greenville Tech.

I started playing the piano when I was 8 and have played in church practically all my life. I was the pianist at my home church, Cornerstone Baptist in Woodruff (formerly known as Mills Mill Baptist) for 23 years prior to moving to Union in 2008. I now serve as organist at Morningside Baptist in Union. I love all kinds of gospel music, especially Southern Gospel!

My work background had been in the medical field for over 30 years, having worked as a medical transcriptionist and medical office manager before becoming the Administrative Assistant to the CEO at B.J. Workmen Memorial Hospital in Woodruff for 14 years prior to its closing. Prior to coming to New Life I had been Executive Assistant to the President of Pulliam Investment Co., Inc. in Spartanburg, a real estate development and property management company for over 15 years. I “retired” in March 2016 and continued to work there part time. God always looks out for His children and I firmly believe that He had New Life Baptist Church picked out for me when this position became available. I began this new journey on May 9, 2016 and I couldn’t be happier!

I have been married to Jack for almost 46 years. He is retired and is an avid fisherman. We have one son, Chris, who is married to Christy (Union native) and two granddaughters, Emma who is 13 and Anna who is 10 and they are members at New Life. We enjoy following these young ladies in all of their extracurricular activities.

We all go through times in our lives that we struggle with our faith and I am no exception. God has been with me through these struggles and I can proudly say that I am a sinner saved by His Grace. My favorite verse of Scripture is from Romans 8:25/But if we hope for that we do not see, we wait patiently for it”. God has taught me patience through this verse and is a constant reminder of His Goodness and Grace.