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Jamison Galt - Brooklyn, NY

Jeffrey Meyers


The Galt family were members of Providence while Jamison was in seminary at Covenant.  The Galts moved to Brooklyn in the Summer of 2006 from St. Louis, after Jamison and Laura completed Masters degrees there at Covenant Theological Seminary. Jamison is on staff at Park Slope Church as an Assistant Pastor and church planting apprentice, having been ordained on Pentecost Sunday, 2007. He also participated in Redeemer Manhattan’s church planting Fellows’ program in 2007-2008. Recently, the Galts have moved into the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn to work towards beginning a new church in that community. You can find more information about their new church plant here.

Jamison Galt is the founding pastor of Resurrection Clinton Hill. He grew up all over the United States, eventually graduating from The University of Texas at Austin and Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He ministered from 2006 to 2010 as an assistant pastor at Resurrection Park Slope, during which time he completed Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan’s church planting Fellows Program under Pastor Timothy Keller and others. Jamison was ordained here in Brooklyn on Pentecost Sunday, 2007. For fun Jamison likes to cook, write, make music, attend immersive theater, and bike all over NYC.

Jamison has been married to Laura since 2001. Laura also received her master’s degree from Covenant Seminary and is a former campus ministry intern with Reformed University Ministries. They have four children: twins Arthur and Adaline, and Tihun and Solomon whom they adopted from Ethiopia in 2010. The entire Galt family loves Clinton Hill and plans to be here for a very long time.

Here is an article on the Galt's church planting effort in Clinton Hill from World Magazine.