Our Pastor

Rev. Andrew Taylor-Troutman


Rev. Andrew Taylor-Troutman is a graduate of Union Presbyterian Seminary (formerly Union-PSCE) where he earned a Masters of Divinity degree in May, 2009. He received a Masters of Arts in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia in May, 2011. New Dublin Presbyterian Church is his first ordained call to ministry and he loves it! Particularly, Andrew loves the beauty of the Appalachian countryside, the joyful challenges of preaching and teaching, and the sacred task of building bridges of trust with parishioners and their families. His wife, Ginny, also holds multiple graduate degrees in religious studies and serves as the Presbyterian campus minister at Virginia Tech. They have two boys, Sam and Asa. The Taylor-Troutmans are grateful to live and work in this community. As Andrew says every Sunday, “I am blessed to be here.” Here is an audio recording that Andrew wrote about his beliefs.

Andrew has written three books: 1) Take My Hand: A Theological Memoira collection of stories and sermons from his first year at New Dublin 2) Parables of Parenthood, a Bible study of certain parables of the New Testament illustrated with anecdotes from his son's first year 3) A novel, Earning Innocence, about relationships and redemption for those who seek to build relationships and who have been redeemed. He often speaks at churches, most recently leading workshops in Narrative Healthcare. Contact Andrew directly for details.



September 25, 2017


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