Taylor Stewart and his wife, Elizabeth, are the pastors of King’s Park Raleigh, a new King’s Park congregation in Raleigh, N.C. They live in Raleigh with their three daughters.
After several years of fruitful campus ministry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Virginia, Taylor and Elizabeth founded Cambridge Christian Fellowship at Duke University in 1989. Taylor then served as the associate pastor of King’s Park International Church and was sent out in 1992 to plant Life in the Son Christian Fellowship in Guam — the first international church plant from King’s Park. Following ten years of pastoring and church planting in Micronesia, Taylor and his family returned to North Carolina in 2002.
Since the fall of 2011, they have been leading a new congregation in Raleigh called King’s Park Raleigh. Taylor is also the executive director of King’s Park Association of Churches & Ministries (KPACM) which provides oversight for churches planted from Kings Park domestically and around the world. Elizabeth serves as the director of women’s ministry at King’s Park and also Friends of Mirembe which supports the African Children’s Choir, and their home the Mirembe House, located near Jordan Lake.