Rev. David Flannery,
My wife and I were married in 2013 and have two great boys, Kaleb and Jackson. They keep us on our toes, but we would have it no other way. Outside of church, I enjoy a variety of hobbies, including working out, basketball, jiu jitsu, any sport with my boys, and traveling. Our family lived four years in Milan, Italy and my wife and I met in Greece. Now living in Massachusetts, we are looking forward to exploring the beautiful outdoors, while also enjoying the rich American history of the area.
If I could be known for anything, I pray it would be my love for Jesus and my family, as well as a desire to serve others for their greatest joy. As a Pastor, I believe my role is simply to love the church and the world by serving them so that they will find their greatest joy in loving Jesus. It is my hope that when people come to New Colony they experience a profound joy and love which makes them feel right at home. I invite you to come check us out. We would be honored to have you.
Dr. Keith Wilcox,
Minister of Music & Worship
As Minister of Music, my goal is to lead this congregation in praise and worship that is due only to our Father, and our Lord and Savior. Psalms gives us the directions as how to worship God: “Enter into His gates with Thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise. Whether it is through lending your voice during the time of congregational singing, meditating on the words that the choir sings, or what the instruments play, all are acts of worship.
I am a native of Missouri, where I graduated from what is now the University of Central Missouri (go Mules!), with a Bachelor of Music Education and a Master of Arts degree. Upon graduation I taught music in both a public school (in Missouri), and a church school (in Florida). It was while teaching at the later that the Lord called me into music ministry. Previous to coming to New Colony I have ministered in churches in Florida, Illinois, Arizona, Texas, and most recently in South Carolina.In between my time of ministering in Illinois and Arizona I did take the time to obtain my Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).