Pastor Thomas Casady, II

Sweetwater Baptist Church Where The Fellowship Is Sweet

Bachelor of Science Degree from Truman University in 1974.

Masters of Education – Secondary Administration from Truman University in 1981.

Ordained a Deacon in 1987 – Licensed to preach in 1988

Ordained into the Gospel Ministry of the Gospel in 2003

Pastor Casady was married to Rose Charlene Smith on November 7th 1971.Thomas Casady and Charlene have been blessed with three sons, Cyle, Jeffrey & Wesley and four grandsons – Casey, Alexander, Nathaniel & Jace.

Pastor Casady was a lay pastor at Mt. Salem Baptist Church in Macon Missouri from 1985 until 1992.

After his retirement from Hollister Incorporated, as Quality Assurance Manger, in Kirksville Missouri, Thomas and Charlene moved to Neosho, Missouri in the summer of 2000.

Charlene became a Elementary Principal at Triway Elementary in the East Newton School district and Tom became Associate Pastor at Sweetwater Baptist Church.

Upon his father’s retirement (Tom Casady Sr.) on 2/29/04 from the ministry and pastorate of Sweetwater, Tom II answered the call to pastor Sweetwater Baptist Church on 3/8/04.

  • Church Info

    Sweetwater Baptist Church

    16737 HIGHWAY H
    Neosho, MO 64850-8490
    (417) 638-5353
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    Sunday Services & Bible Studies

    Sunday Early Bible Study 8:00 am
    Sunday School – All Ages 9:00 am
    Sunday Church Service 10:00 am

    Sunday Evening

    Sunday Bible Study/Choir 5:30 pm
    Sunday Youth/TeamKids 5:30 pm
    Evening Service 6:30 pm

    Wednesday Evening

    Adult Bible Study 6:30 pm
    Childrens/Youth Study 6:30 pm


    Thomas Casady, II
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  • Bible Verse of the Day

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.”
    — John 3:16-17 (NIV)