When you walk into an unfamiliar church, we know that it can be a little intimidating and maybe even somewhat nerve-wracking.  When you visit The Station Church, you can expect to be completely welcomed!  The Station is a special place that is fresh, friendly, and pretty casual.  It is filled with people including families and singles, children, teenagers, babies, preschoolers, and adults of all ages.  No matter who you are or what stage of life you are in, you will be encouraged by our passionate worship led by a full band and worship team.  You will be challenged by the relevant messages from God’s Word.  You will find that we are family with arms wide open for you.  We laugh together, learn together, and have tons of fun together.  More than anything, we are focused on Jesus and we want you to get on board with us at The Station to know Him more and more.



Together, we are a movement of disciple-making disciples who impact the nations, our neighbors, and the next generation for the glory of God.  


We are a church on mission in our world today. We desire for every believer to know their identity in Christ, value their intimacy with Christ, understand their instructions from Christ, and maximize their impact for Christ. 



  1. Founded in 2006 by Pastor Randy and Susan Norris and a small group of families.
  2. Gathered in small groups for prayer and Bible study until the official launch of the church in September, 2006.
  3. Between 2006 and 2018, met in three different schools around the area.
  4. In the Spring of 2018, God opened the door for the church to purchase our first home just off of Exit 6 of I-459.  
  5. Moved into new building in Fall of 2018.


Randy Norris

Senior Pastor

Randy and Susan founded The Station Church in 2006. They have 5 children and live in Hoover.  Susan is a teacher at Hoover High School.  Randy enjoys any sport being played by the Crimson Tide. He is also an avid Atlanta Braves fan and enjoys playing golf, fishing, and watching The Andy Griffith Show.

Kevin Blackwell

Teaching Pastor

Kevin is married to Lorrie and they have four children and live in McCalla. Lorrie is a nurse at Children's Hospital. Kevin is also the Assistant to the President over Church Relations for Samford University.  Kevin is passionate about Alabama, the Braves and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Mark David Bradford

Missions & Disciplemaking Pastor

Mark David is married to McKenna. They have a baby boy, James, and live in the Bluff Park community of Hoover. McKenna is a nurse at Shelby Hospital. Mark David grew up as a pastor's kid so he's been around churches his entire life. He loves to travel and be a part of the great outdoors.

Brittany Farris

Children's Ministry Associate

Brittany is married to David and they have two boys, Slade and Cannon. Brittany loves Alabama and watching her boys grow up. They live in Helena.

Kristy Glover

Administrative Assistant

Kristy is married to Chad and they have two sons and live in the Blackridge community of Hoover. Chad is a VP with Becton, Dickinson and Company.  Kristy has a finance background and enjoys being around her family and friends. She loves the beach and her swimming pool.

Joel Gray

Worship Pastor

Joel is married to Jennifer and they have two boys and live in Hoover. Jennifer is a VP at Wayne's Environmental. Joel loves all things Disney and is passionate about the Tennessee Titans and Alabama.

Jan Renfro

Children's Minister

Jan is married to Jeff and they have two sons and live in Oak Mountain. Jan grew up around the church as the daughter of a pastor.  She loves baseball, confetti, and the color green!

Carson Windle

College Pastor

Carson is married to Heather and they have two children, Baker and Ridley Ann. Heather teaches at Pizitz Middle School.

Carson loves to play golf and he is a big fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Phillip Wolfe

Next Generation Student Pastor

Phillip is married to Hollie and they have two sons and live between Hoover and Helena.  Hollie teaches piano. Phillip has taught auto mechanics and enjoys working on cars, working out, hunting, and pulling for the Crimson Tide.