PASTOR TIM SULLIVAN :Tim and LeaAnn married in 1989 and have served side by side in the kingdom ever since. They’ve filled the role of Assistant Pastor and Pastor in Washington, Louisiana, and Texas, and Evangelist across the country and around the globe. God brought them to Fort Smith in January 2006, and Northside has been so blessed by their dynamic ministry. With their three lovely daughters, Kaitlyn, Malorie, and Gabrielle at their side, they’ve fostered a family-centered atmosphere that makes Northside a safe haven for people from all walks of life.
THE PATRICK FAMILY :: After meeting as teenagers in the Northside youth group, Ron and Sheril married in 1985. They began their ministry as Youth Pastor in Mayflower, Arkansas, and then spent two years working children and youth at Tupelo Children’s Mansion in withMississippi. In 1992, God led them back to Forth Smith. As Youth Pastor they began reinvesting in the church that gave so much to them. They have two awesome daughters, Staci and Lexi. They now serve as AssociatePastor at Northside.
THE ROBINETT FAMILY :: Wesley and Ashley joined the Northside team in 2011. They married at Northside, Ashley’s home church, in 2004, and God has blessed them with two charming sons, Weston and Bryston. They served as Evangelist, Youth Pastor, Associate Pastor, and Music Minister before coming to Northside. Since their arrival, they’ve encouraged and challenged the students of Northside, and they’re taking The Crowd and Hyphen student ministry to another level.
BISHOP THOMAS & FAMILY :: Northside is greatly blessed to have Reverend and Mrs. Thomas as Bishop. Reverend Thomas had a successful military career before being called into the ministry in 1972. He served in various churches across Arkansas before coming to Northside as Senior Pastor in 1981. The Thomases played an integral role in shaping Northside into the bulwark of Truth it is today. Rev. Thomas was a staunch advocate of community involvement, and was awarded the Spirit of the Frontier award by the City of Fort Smith in 2005. He was also a State Chaplain with Arkansas State Police and District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church of Arkansas before transitioning into service to churches and Pastors all across Arkansas and North America.