Thurman Williams, M.Div, D.Min. Thurman obtained his M.Div. at Chesapeake Theological Seminary (Ellicott City, Maryland) in 2000, and his earned a D.Min. at Covenant Theological Seminary in 2011. He currently serves as the pastor of New City Fellowship West End, a church plant and new site of New City Fellowship in St. Louis. The church began holding worship services in May 2019. Thurman previously served as the Associate Pastor of Grace and Peace Fellowship (PCA) in St. Louis, MO from 2013 to 2018. Prior to moving to St. Louis in July of 2013, he was the pastor of New Song Community Church (PCA), in the Sandtown community of inner-city Baltimore, MD, beginning in February of 2000. Prior to that, he served as the Minister of Outreach and Youth at Faith Christian Fellowship Church (PCA), also in the city of Baltimore, for five years while completing his Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) at Chesapeake Theological Seminary. Dr. Williams currently serves as the Chairman of the Presbyterian Church in America’s Mission to North America. He also serves on the Missouri Presbytery’s Credentials Committee and on the Reconciliation and Kingdom Justice Committee. He is an adjunct professor in homiletics and city ministry at Covenant Seminary.
Roy Hubbard, M.Div. Roy attended Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi) and completed his M.Div. degree in May of 2008. He and his wife Emily have felt called to urban ministry from that time on, and Roy serves as pastor at New City Fellowship South, a 2003 plant of NCF on 82nd Street in University City. New City South, from the start, had a unique ministry to immigrants from several nations around the world, meaning that the church accommodates many different languages; among them, English, Swahili, French, Burmese and others. Roy is ordained in the Presbyterian Church of America and has been at NCF South since 2016.
Barry Henning, M.Div. Barry, who earned his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) in 1981, is founding pastor of New City Fellowship of St Louis, where the church has been living and working out issues of reconciliation and justice since 1992 in the urban areas of North St. Louis and University City. New City St. Louis is a diverse congregation representing roughly twenty different nations and has extensive ministries in job training, immigrant housing, tutoring, medical care, home Repair, university student kingdom discipleship, legal services, a diverse Christian school, and adoption and foster care. Barry has been the prime initiator of Kingdom Restoration Society and its progeny, KRTI.