Redeemer City to City (CTC) is pleased to announce that Dr. John R. Hutchinson has accepted the position of President, effective September 1, 2012.
“We are delighted that God has called John to join us in a powerful and unique calling: to help leaders build gospel movements in global cities,” said Timothy Keller, CTC’s chairman of the board.
Dr. Hutchinson most recently served for 14 years as Senior Pastor at McLean Presbyterian Church (PCA) in McLean, Virginia. He earned his Master of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry degrees from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mississippi State University. He is married to Cynthia and has three adult children.
"I look forward to building on the established foundation that Redeemer City to City enjoys, working with Tim Keller to lead the organization through its next chapter serving God’s Kingdom around the world,” said Hutchinson. “I am humbled by and thankful for the opportunity to join this compelling vision.”
Dr. Hutchinson and his congregation at McLean Presbyterian Church partnered with CTC in resourcing a church planting network in Berlin, Germany. Prior to serving as Senior Pastor at McLean Presbyterian Church, John started a growing congregation in Jacksonville, Florida. John has a proven track record of creating collaborative teams to deliver a long-term vision.
The president’s role is to work with the board of Redeemer City to City, Tim Keller, and the senior team to plan and manage the execution of the organization’s vision. In addition, the president will attract and develop the staff of CTC, build relationships with church planters and donors, and secure the needed financial resources for the organization.
The president role builds on the strong foundation laid by Reverend Terry Gyger, who has served the CTC faithfully with his vision, energy, and deep relationships with church planters and donors.
The Presidential Selection Committee and CTC board is indebted to Mr. Price Harding and CarterBaldwin Executive Search for the expertise, extensive work, and personal attention during the search process. Their commitment to identifying the most qualified of candidates was invaluable.