Steven Morgan, President, is a retired minister in the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church with degrees from Wofford College, Duke Divinity School, and Candler School of Theology of Emory University. His most recent appointment was twelve years at Saint Mark UMC in Seneca. He is active in venues of interfaith and interracial dialogue.
Teresa Jones, Vice President, moved to Anderson in 2007 to develop a creative writing program at Anderson University. As a professor of English and the faculty advisor to Ivy Leaves, AU’s journal of literature and art, she values artistry, disparate voices, and surprising perspectives. She recognizes storytelling as fundamental to identity formation, faith practices, and religious teaching; she values storytelling as a means to interrogate all three. 
Polly Richardson, Treasurer, is currently a partner with the CPA Firm of Cox, Cauley & Richardson. Polly is a past President and Board member of the Anderson County Arts Council, past Finance committee Chair and Treasurer of her church. She is also a watercolor artist and native of Anderson, SC.
Stuart Sprague, Curriculum Chair, is a medical educator at AnMed Health and an Emeritus Professor at Anderson University. He has served multiple terms on the AFPT Board. He believes it is critical that progressive voices in religion and theology be heard in our community.
Peter Cohen is a Senior Lecturer in Religion at Clemson University. He is convinced the world religious traditions share more in common than sources such as the media and others regularly report.
Doug Davison retired from Anderson University after thirty-three years, almost equally divided between teaching English and providing computer and audiovisual support to the faculty. He continues to enjoy applying his computer skills to help friends and in support of AFPT. Other favorite activities include reading good literature, traveling, and spending time with friends and family, especially his three grandchildren.
Betty Gable, Emeritus
Rob Gentry is a studio artisan with close to 35 years of professional pottery experience. He has had a lifelong interest in theology and finds the questions raised by the AFTP approach to religious education a much needed and welcomed breath of fresh air for the area as we engage in this journey together.
Eugenia Hall lives, works, and raises her two boys in her native town of Anderson, SC. She was drawn to the interdisciplinary distinction of courses that combined history, sociology, literature, psychology, and philosophy as an undergraduate Religious Studies major at Davidson College. She believes AFPT provides lectures that can help our community integrate cultures and better understand our worldwide society as well as our individual selves. She is committed to a lifetime of civic engagement and currently serves on the board of the Junior League of Anderson County.
David Johnson
Johnny McKinney retired in 2018 after 48 years of pastoral ministry, 25 of which were as Senior Pastor, Boulevard Baptist Church in Anderson. In additional to pastoral ministry he served as Adjunct Professor of Religion at Gardner-Webb University (N.C.) and was actively engaged in the community through a number of service organizations. He was also engaged for 25 years in the interracial Anderson Area Ministerial Fellowship.
Ada Moorhead, Emeritus
Molly Moorhead is an Upper Elementary Montessori Guide in Simpsonville, S.C., as well as a Montessori Teacher Educator for The Center for Guided Montessori Studies, a teacher certification program out of Sarasota, Florida. Molly presents regularly at conferences for educators and has worked in schools in SC, NC and MD.  
Joey Oppermann is an AFTP member and lawyer in Anderson, S.C.
Bitsy Pickens is a native Andersonian and second generation AFTP board member.
Mary Pickens 
Jim Ross is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, beginning his 20th year of helping others feel better and live healthier lives. His spiritual views run to the liberal side, feeling we need to continue seeking and asking questions, embracing the mysteries of the universe. He feels that AFPT is a great vehicle to do just that.
Tom Richie, Emeritus
Sarah Shumpert works as the Director of the Office of Academic Development at Tri-County Technical College, leading a team that provides curriculum development, professional development and organization development services to the college community. Sarah is an Organization Development Certified Professional (ODCP) through the Institute of Organization Development, as well as an Appreciative Inquiry Certified Facilitator (AICF). Sarah has been helping groups identify and meet their goals through process design and facilitation for nearly 15 years. 
Rosie Thompson is a fifth generation Andersonian (Anderson, SC). A registered nurse by trade, Rosie is currently employed at AnMed Health in the Department of Clinical Quality. Rosie has always had an ‘insatiable curiosity’ about the way the world works. She is a member of North Anderson Community Church Presbyterian and also currently serves on their session. However, Rosie does not subscribe to only one religion, believing that there is validity in all worldviews. In addition to work & spirituality, Rosie has a deep love for high fashion, reading, theatre and long distance running. Rosie currently resides with her husband, Drew, and her beloved cat, Wriggs.
Caroline Tolbert, Emeritus 
Patty Young, an Anderson native with interests in life-long learning and community service, has been a Registered Nurse for over forty years, the last twenty as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has a love for music and its healing effects and has been a part of several choral groups.