Roger & Carmen Williams are both Midwesterners, have been married 21 years and have 5 wonderful children. Roger earned his B.A. from The University of the State of New York and a Master’s of Divinity from Covenant Theological Seminary. Prior to beginning New City Church, Roger was Assistant Pastor at Christ Community Church in Carmel, IN and Youth Pastor of West Hills Community Church in St. Louis. Carmen earned her B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Truman State University, and has worked as an Cardiac Rehab Specialist, an office administrator, and full-time investor in the Williams’ home. Carmen is currently employed by Community Health Network.
Randy White grew up on Indy’s east side, graduated from Warren Central High School (1972) and eventually ran Campus Life clubs there and at Howe High School, along several middle schools. In 1988 he became part of the staff at Brookville Road Community Church in New Palestine, IN. and, while serving there, obtained a Master of Arts in Religion from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. In January of 2000, he began what came to be known as Community Christian Fellowship along with many members of the mother church. In May 2010, Randy became Assistant Pastor of New City Church.
Pastor Randy has been married to his wife Linda for 38 years. Linda teaches science and health at the Renaissance School in Warren Township. Together they have 3 daughters, one of which is married, and one son. Randy and Linda are currently blessed with five wonderful grandchildren.
Taylor serves as the Director of Ministries at New City Church. A native of Indianapolis, Taylor graduated from the Sovereign Grace Pastors College (Louisville, KY) and is finishing his MDiv at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Taylor’s passion is preaching and teaching God’s Word, as well as disciple-making. Taylor and his wife, Marissa, have been married since 2009 and have two children, Isaac and Amelia. Taylor enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, watching and playing sports, studying theology and church history, and exploring new restaurants.