Rev. Toi King is an Ordained Elder in Full Connection in the Tennessee Annual Conference. She currently serves as the Pastor of Saturday Worship and Community Care at Brentwood United Methodist Church where she has served as Pastor of Missions and Outreach and Director of Missional Discipleship from July 2017-Present. She helps lead and facilitate Brentwood UMC Race and Faith Forums and Classes.
Before this appointment she served as Associate Director for Community Care Fellowship for almost 10 years.
Her journey began in 1999 when she enrolled in her first Lay Speaker Course. She continued to enroll in different courses for well over five years and served as the Lay Leader/Preach at Nancy Webb Kelly UMC from 2004-2013.
She was Licensed as a Local Pastor in 2013 and served as the Associate Pastor of Nancy Webb Kelly United Methodist Church until 2014. She was the Senior Pastor of Nancy Webb Kelly United Methodist Church from 2014-2017.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009 from Aquinas College.
She received her Master of Divinity in 2015 from Vanderbilt Divinity School.
She was Commissioned as a Provisional Elder in 2016.
She was Ordained as an Elder in Full Connection in 2019.
She currently serves on both District and Conference Leadership Committees:
Harpeth River District Lead Team
Harpeth River District Committee on Ordained Ministry
Tennessee Western Kentucky Connectional Table as Team Leader of Discover/Send Team
Tennessee Western Kentucky Anti-Racism Coalition Team Member
She was a guest preacher at the Tennessee Annual Conference in 2014.
She was the guest speaker for Warmth in Winter 2020.
She has been the guest preacher at several churches within the Conference.
May God be please with my work, in Jesus’ name Amen.