Meet the Staff | George Zeravsky

Getting To Know… George Zeravsky
Facilities Manager

It takes a village to run a church, especially one as active as Johns Creek United Methodist Church. The reason it runs so smoothly is because of our dedicated staff, so we wanted to help you get to know them a little better.



A Prayer for George

Creating and Renewing God: you have shown us in Christ that the physical is to be honored and that you desire for the world around us to be renewed. We praise you for the ways this vision for creation and your restoring grace are fulfilled through your servant George as he leads us in the care and keeping of the physical spaces of your church. May his work among bear the fruit of new life as more and more people experience here the gift of your love. Through the same Christ we pray. Amen.

As the facilities manager, what is the craziest thing you’ve had to fix or get fixed at JCUMC?

A preschool mom had a brand new MErcedez Benz about 4 years ago – she got a flat tire. We looked in her trunk and we found the jack, but no tire. She called the dealership and their response was, “you have no tire? It needs to come in.”


What is most rewarding about serving in your role as facilities manager at JCUMC?

Meeting and working with different volunteers of the church.


If you could choose your last meal, what would it be?

Start off with a salad from Olive Garden, then have Shrimp and Scallops from Ichiban Hibachi, and for dessert a banana split from Bruster’s.


What is your perfect Friday night?

To go on a date with my wife. Dinner and a movie


What is your dream vacation?

Fly to Czechoslovakia to see how my ancestors got started.


If you were on a deserted island and could have only one book, one board game, and one ball for entertainment, what would you choose?

The book would have to be “How to Survive on a Deserted Island.” The board game would be Sorry, and the I’d need a soccer ball.


If a new homeowner can choose only 3 hand tool to help around the house, what would you recommend he/she buy?

A hammer, a cordless drill, and a phone number for a handyman.

Staff salaries are an important part of our budgeting process. This is one of the many reasons why your pledge is important. Your commitment and contributions allow us to maintain a hard working, dedicated staff.