Rev. Greg Meyer
Greg was born in Germany to an Air Force family but grew up in the Atlanta, Georgia suburbs. He came to faith in Christ in high school through the influence of his mom and his Christian school. After graduating from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, with a degree in Industrial Engineering, Greg worked as an engineer for the United States Air Force for two years. However, it was during his college years at Mercer that Greg got connected to the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) through Reformed University Fellowship (RUF). Greg is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary (MDiv) and served at churches in both Georgia and Mississippi prior to coming to Covenant Presbyterian Church St. Louis, Missouri, in 2015. He currently serves as an Assistant Pastor and Youth Pastor at Covenant and is an ordained minister in the PCA. Greg is married to Mary Jane and they have three sons and a daughter.
Greg has served as a conference speaker for Reformed Youth Ministries (RYM) and written for Rooted, Modern Reformation, the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (CPYU), and Covenant Theological Seminary’s theology blog Orthodoxy & Orthopraxy. He also enjoys serving the PCA on the presbytery and denominational level as he is able.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys playing and exploring with his kids, playing pick-up basketball, playing guitar or percussion, reading widely, wandering in his local park, discovering new music, writing poetry, and gathering over meals with family and friends.