Acts 20.28

Acts 20.28 | Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spiirt has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood.

It is our deepest desire that the communty of King's Parish lives life together, where the shepherds know their sheep and the sheep know their shepherds. We are passionate about training and encouraging heads of families to lead their flock by equipping our familes with a robust and comprehensive biblical education. Through the accurate, relevant, and Christ-centered preaching of the Word, and a dedication to being a praying church, God will meet His people, nourishing, encouraging, convicting and challenging them as well as bringing those that do not know Him to faith. We long to be a people that are characterized by prayer, a deep love for one another and a passion for worship umoved by the culture. It is our desire that there be a reformed body for every 300 or 400 people in the city of Dallas and eagerly anticipate seeing the Lord build His church.

Rev. David Winburne
Rev. David Winburne is a graduate of Covenant College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. David recieved his Masters of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and has attended Westminster Theological Seminary and L'Abri, England. David has served over the past two decades as a youth pastor at Quail Valley Community Church in Houston, Texas; Associate pastor at Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas; and head pastor of Huntersville Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Huntersville, North Carolina. David and his wife, Mary Margaret, received a call from the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church to begin a new church plant in Dallas, Texas. David and Mary Margaret have three children: Wilson, Holton, and Mary Grace. When David isn't preaching and living life with his sheep, you can find him fishing, playing baseball with the boys or out on a walk with his girls.


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