The Mountain View Baptist Church Quartet is another ministry of Mountain View. It consists of four singers. The lead is Richard Hayes, the bass is Mark Pilgrim, the tenor is Norman Holliday, and the baritone is Neal Cantrell.

Meet the Singers…

Norman Holliday, Tenor

Norman is from Six Mile, SC, and he is a teacher at Liberty Middle School. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and a Master of Administration and Leadership from Clemson University. His goal is to one day become a principal. He loves to sing and direct the choir. If you would like to email Norman, Click Here.

 

 

 

 

Rev. Rick Hayes, Lead

Rick is a native of Pickens, S.C. and has been pastor of Mountain View for 21 years. He received a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Theological Seminary with an emphasis in evangelism. Rick has served as an Associate Pastor, Youth Minister, and a church planter. He enjoys working on his farm and reading. If you would like to email Rick, Click Here.

 

 

 

 

Neal Cantrell, Baritone

Neal lives in Pickens, and, since he is retired, he spends some of his time looking for and downloading new music for the quartet.  Neal has always loved music, especially Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Gospel. Besides singing with the quartet, Neal enjoys singing in the church choir and writing and recording his own songs.

 

 

 

 

Mark Pilgrim, Bass

Mark lives in Six Mile, and he enjoys southern gospel music.  Along with singing in the quartet he also sings in the choir. There have been several family members that have a huge background in singing, from old convention styles to southern gospel. All of these factors have made a big impression and ignited the desire to follow his heart. He believes that there is a message in all of the music. Take time to read the lyrics and hear the message.  The Cathedral Quartet (George Younce) has been a big inspiration.

 

 

 

 

If any church or organization would like to request that the MVBC Quartet come and sing at a specific function, please contact the quartet at (864) 878-2318 or (864) 430-4768. You can also send them an email by using the field below. Fill in the required information, your message, and click “send.”

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