JohnnySenior Pastor John P. White

Rev. John P. (Johnny) White accepted the call from The Church at Horseshoe Bay in September 2005 after 26 years as Associate Pastor at the Trinity Baptist Church, San Antonio.
Following military service in the Mississippi Air National Guard he received a BS degree in Communications from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1973. Johnny worked for Jackson (MS) Youth for Christ as a high school and college Campus Life Ministry Coordinator. In 1976 he was ordained to the Gospel Ministry and served the First Baptist Church Godley, TX as associate pastor. He earned the Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. He has done further doctoral level study in adult education through Texas A&M University and theological study at the Beeson Divinity School at Samford University. He was privileged to attend the first C.S. Lewis Institute at Oxford and Cambridge in 2003.

Mission work has been an important part of Johnny’s ministry. He directed the fund-raising and recruiting to build several Habitat for Humanity houses in San Antonio, including the first inter-faith project. Under the sponsorship of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship he taught courses in theological education to young pastors in Irkutsk, Siberia. He has visited seminaries and orphanages and preached in Irkutsk, Siberia; Kishenau, Moldova; and Prague, Czech Republic.

johnny@church-hsb.org

MalcolmCo-Pastor Malcolm McQueen

Rev. Dr. Malcolm McQueen, holds a B.A. in Political Science from San Diego State University, a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary. He served as Associate Pastor for Youth and Young Adult Ministries at Fletcher Hills Presbyterian Church in El Cajon, California, for six and a half years, and as a Pastor at Montezuma Valley Presbyterian Church in Cortez, Colorado, for six years.

In 1996, Malcolm accepted the call to pastor at John Calvin Presbyterian Church in San Antonio,TX, where he has served these past eighteen and a half years. His position involved preaching, teaching, visitation, pastoral care, working with staff, working with committees, mission trips, ecumenical and community ministry.

He was called to pastor at The Church at Horseshoe Bay in November 2014.

malcolm@church-hsb.org