RTS Jackson Hires Perry McCall as Regional Development Officer

Perry McCall(JACKSON, Miss.) — Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson is pleased to announce the hire of Perry McCall as Regional Development Officer, effective February 1, 2022.

In this role, McCall will serve the seminary by working with donors in their annual giving, ensuring the campus’ annual fundraising goals are met, and ensuring supporters are well cared for and find joy in their giving.

RTS Jackson’s Interim President Ligon Duncan said, “We are delighted that Perry has accepted this call to serve the kingdom in this way. His skill and care from his years of ministry are the perfect fit for this new ministry to our donors, and we look forward to the ways he will walk with our supporters in their generosity.”

No stranger to RTS, McCall joins the seminary from Philadelphia, Mississippi, where he serves as pastor of Carolina Presbyterian Church and in several capacities at Leake Academy. McCall has also served at Belhaven University in the administration of the Rural Pastors Initiative, a Lilly Endowment Grant for the flourishing of Mississippi rural pastors and churches.

McCall holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi, and his Master of Divinity degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition, he has taken courses through the DMin program at RTS Jackson. He and his wife, Robin, have been married for 23 years, and have four children.

Matthew Bryant, Chief Development Officer, added, “Perry’s heart for people make him a great fit for this role, and we believe he will be the perfect addition to our team in Jackson.”