Meet the Pastor

The Reverend Jamie Brame is a native of Eden, NC. He graduated from J. M. Morehead High School in 1972 and received a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Atlantic Christian College (now Barton) in 1976. His Master of Divinity was received from The Divinity School at Duke University in 1983.

He was a student minister at First Christian Church in Rocky Mount, NC, Airy Grove Christian Church in Kinston, NC, youth minister at Hillyer Memorial Christian Church in Raleigh, and pastor of First Christian Church in Dublin, GA. In 1989, he became the Camp Director at Christmount, the National Retreat, Camp, and Conference Center for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US in Canada. During his tenure at Christmount, he worked with camps, directed adult programs, oversaw marketing, and did many other tasks as needed around the conference center. He retired in February, 2019.

Jamie came to Timberlake Christian Church in early September, 2019.

His main interests are in history and spirituality. Jamie has led spiritual retreats in NC, SC, GA, OH, VA, and KY. He has also keynoted many youth events in NC, GA, SC, TN, and KY. In his spare time, he enjoys watching old movies, reading, writing, cooking, and photography. He says he’s not as talented or interesting as Renae, but he aspires to be more like her as he gets older!

He and Renae are musicians who have performed at regional assemblies in NC and GA, and at youth events around the Southeast. They are retreat leaders for adults and youth as well. Renae is the author of three books (her newest is being published in May, 2020) and a songwriter with over 100 titles in her library. Renae and Jamie Brame’s CD’s (at least two of them!) can be found on YouTube and at Amazon, as can Renae’s books (or, you can just tell them you want to buy a CD!).

Renae is the mother of two grown sons, and Renae and Jamie share servanthood to Penny, a 12-year old calico cat.

Contact Jamie at jamiebrame@yahoo.com.

Jamie’s blog can be found at https://wordpress.com/view/jamiebrame.wordpress.com