December 5, 2021

My name is Dustin Creasy, and I am the lead pastor at New Life Ministry Center in Hayes, VA since September 2020. I moved here from Bristol TN where I was the student ministries pastor at Covenant Fellowship Church in Bristol, VA. I served there for approximately three years.
Previously, I attended Marion Church of God in Marion Virginia where I served in several areas in ministry. During that time, I became the intern lead pastor at Truth and Praise Church of God in Wytheville, VA for about a year. All of which has helped equip me to pastor the wonderful people of Gloucester County at New Life Ministry Center in Hayes.

I am so excited to be apart of this community which I love already! I look forward to getting to know the community and serving in any way I can.

I have been married to my wife, Allison, for three and a half years. We have a one-year old daughter, Kallie. My wife and I met in Roanoke, VA at Church of God Youth Camp when we were 16 years old and have been together ever since. Youth camp has been a special place for both my wife and me. We have served several years there as volunteer staff for the camp as well as attending as campers.

We love Gloucester County already and are happy to call this town home. Thank you for the opportunity and allowing me to speak and encourage our new hometown and community.

Dustin Creasy

Lead Pastor

New Life Ministry Center

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