Director of mission
Craig is a tenured leader who has served in pastoral roles and church planting in Greater Charleston since 2003. He is native of Miami, Florida and met and married his wife Rebecca while in Bible College in Atlanta in 1987 . Their four adult children now make their home in Greater Charleston and Savannah. Their first grandchild is a Georgia girl just a two hour drive south.
Craig most recently served as Lead Pastor of Centerpoint Church, a church plant of the Charleston Baptist Association. Recently, Centerpoint Church became the new and repurposed Citadel Square Baptist Church. He and Rebecca actively serve in leadership and ministry at Citadel Square. His education includes a bachelor's degree in Pastoral Ministries and two master’s degrees in Christian Leadership.
Leila and her husband, Todd, are members of Citadel Square and are actively involved in serving and building community with others in their community group. They have lived in the Greater Charleston area since 2015. They have three adult children and two grandchildren. Leila’s love of efficient procedures and creative communication as well as a passion for people provide added strength to our team.
Neal is passionate about developing leaders and teams that make a difference in their churches, communities, and cities. Neal McGlohon is the lead visionary/presenter for The Cypress Project. Neal has been a church planter, church planting network leader, city reaching catalyst, denominational church planting strategist, HUB director, and is co-founder of The Cypress Project. For the CBA, an opportunity exists to take the principles and practices of gospel presence and gospel purpose (‘missional DNA’) onsite with congregations and leaders to assess, envision, and equip toward greater mission impact in their geography, primarily leveraging Immersion Events, Coaching, CBA Team contribution and Support Resources.
Neal’s education includes a B.S. degree from University of Georgia and a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also a trained leadership coach and adjunct professor. Neal and his wife, Joy, have one son, Brandon who is in Greenville working for Grace Church, and a married daughter PJ who is in Charlotte.