Tim LeCroy

Hi, I'm Tim LeCroy. Welcome to my profile!

Tim LeCroy's Bio:

Tim LeCroy is a pastor and educator specializing in preaching, teaching, leading and training. He also has a deep interest in helping people connect with God through prayer.

Born and raised in South Carolina, he attended the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics and the University of South Carolina before transferring to North Carolina State University in Raleigh. There he obtained a B. S. in Chemical Engineering and was an officer in Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity and the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE).

While at NC State he was also a student leader in Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) and helped plant a PCA church called Christ Our Comfort (now Christ the King) in Raleigh.

After graduation he pursued his call to Christian ministry by coming under care of Eastern Carolina Presbytery and serving overseas with Mission to the World in Slovakia.

After returning from Slovakia he married my wife, Rachel and moved to St. Louis, MO to pursue an MDiv at Covenant Theological Seminary. He graduated magna cum laude from Covenant in 2006 and then enrolled at Saint Louis University for PhD studies the following fall. He received a PhD in Historical Theology in 2012, majoring in Medieval and minoring in Early Christian theology. His dissertation focused on late antique Eucharistic theology.

Tim LeCroy was ordained as a minister in the PCA in 2009 and received a call to be the pastor of Christ Our King, PCA in Columbia, MO in 2012, where he currently ministers. In 2013 he began serving as an adjunct instructor of Historical Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary where he teaches the MDiv core course Ancient and Medieval Church History.

Tim is married to Rachel and has two daughters, Ruby and Lucy.

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Hobbies: Home brewing, Snow Skiing, Disc Golf, Smoking meats Academic interests: Eucharistic theology, liturgy, ecclesiology, sacraments, church history, monasticism Pastoral interests: ordered life, prayer, preaching, community, service, and outreach