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Meet Our Pastor

A native of Goldsboro, NC, Pastor H. A. Gregory III is a highly motivated and compassionate Pastor with more than 28 years of experience in Pastoral ministry. He is a Kingdom minded ministry leader with a gift in community activism and outreach, youth and family empowerment and inspiring, and teaching people to love God and others. Eager to use his gifts of leadership and mentoring to build and develop people through evangelism, discipleship and serving the Kingdom of God in practical ways. He is most thankful for his beautiful wife Lady Trea Gregory, his 3 wonderful children and 6 energetic grandchildren who he calls the loves of his life.

Pastor Greg is a committed and practical leader uniquely able to meet people where they are and bring ministry and faith to a wide variety of people. He accepted the call to ministry during his fourteen-year tenure in the U.S. Army. Over the last 28 years, he has pastored congregations in both the United States and abroad to include Saudi Arabia and South Korea. He is currently the proud Pastor of New Home AME Zion Church in York, SC. and is the proud Founder and Leader of Kingdom Matters Ministries and The Kingdom Prayer Call, which is quickly growing nationally. Pastor Gregory is proud to announce his first book project as a Co-Author of the Amazon Best Seller Book “The Perfect Seven Stewardship Devotional” now in print. He has an ineffable love for Kingdom Brotherhood and is committed to impacting God’s people world-wide.
Ministry Mission: To Engage, Evolve and Expand God’s Kingdom one soul at a time!
Ministry Motto: “If God Can’t Do It; It Can’t Be Done”

First Lady Gregory

Trea Gregory was raised in the church with parents that are Pastors in the Churches of God In Christ since she was 10 years old. As a preacher’s kid, she was active in church as a Sunday School teacher and member of the church choir. She was called from her mothers’ womb. She did everything in her father’s church from teaching Sunday School of younger children to becoming an Elder at Bethel Word Ministries in 2009. The Lord has always had His hand on her life, and she would sing under the anointing since the age of 8 years old. Until Trea Gregory married, she served as the Executive Administrator of Bethel Word Ministries and her father’s newly established Fellowship of Churches.

In 2016, Trea was appointed the Elect Lady of Evangelism in the Churches of God in Christ at the NC 3rd Jurisdiction under the leadership of Bishop Patrick L. Wooden Sr. She is the administrator of the Jurisdictional Evangelism Department and a member of the Jurisdictional Praise Team as a Leader.
While consistently seeking the will of God she also obtained a Bachelor’s in Psychology at Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC and a Master of Science in Forensic Psychology at Argosy University, Atlanta Georgia Online. She is a certified Substance Abuse counselor and a Licensed Addiction Specialist. She has one biological son who serves in the United States Army and a bonus son, Henry A. Gregory VI with her husband and now a “Gigi” to six grandchildren.

Trea’s mission and goal is to facilitate the ministry of reconciliation of Jesus Christ to all young women that need to re-write their story. She believes that the Lord helped her rewrite her story when she had a child out of wedlock but was able to get back in the race for greatness. It never stopped the trajectory of her life and God’s hand is still on her life. The ministry of First Lady Trea Gregory is anointed to serve her generation and those to come. She strives to further God’s vision for all to hear the Word and gain understanding of God's love and promise. We pray God continues to use her to serve alongside her husband in ministry and to do greater exploits for the Kingdom of God!

Community Prayer Call Monday through Friday at 6:00 am EST Conference Call Line: 302 202-1110 pin # 209642

Kingdom Prayer Call Monday  - Wednesday - Friday at 7:00 am EST Conference Call Line: 712 775-7031 pin # 445639

Intercessory Prayer: Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m.
Bible Study: Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Telephone number: 803 684-9311
Church Conference call Line: 978 990-5000 pin# 460612.
Monthly Food Drive: The First Week of Every Month

About Us

New Home Church began during the late 1800's when a group of devoted Christians met at Black Diamond School House. As the membership grew, the worship services were held at the home of Brother Alex Davis. In 1897, New Home Church became a part of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion denomination.

According to the official records, on October 1, 1897, $50 purchased two acres of land at 3080 Charlotte Highway. The founding members were A.D. Davis, H.C. Meeks, G.W. Dixon and others. The first church structure was that of a Brush Arbor. The first pastor of New Home Church was Rev. George Dixon.

Over the years, the dwelling place underwent far-reaching improvements, with many pastors adding to the growth and development of this great church body. The present structure was occupied in 1994 under the pastoral leadership of Dr. C.J. Jenkins. The church is currently experiencing a rebirth in growth and development. Our mission is driven and empowered by Holy Spirit; we will develop disciples through Membership, Maturity, Ministry and Mission.

New Home is a place for learning, growing, seeking, and fulfilling God's purpose. We seek to be a welcoming body of faith, where all who seek to follow God, made known through Jesus Christ can grow in understanding of self, Christianity and God's will. We seek to provide a spiritual haven where all ages can share their time, talent and treasures.

Bishop Mildred B. Hines - Presiding Prelate
Gwendolyn Brumfield - Missionary Supervisor
Rev. Sharon A. Browning - Presiding Elder
Pastor Rev. H. A. Gregory III
Church Staff
Rev. Jerry & Bonita Davis - Class Leader Council
Mr. James Knox - Chief Financial Officer


New Home is a place for learning, growing, seeking and fulfilling God's Purpose. We learn through Christ centered teaching, we grow through discipleship, we serve the Lord in our Church, community and the world and fulfill the Great Commission and Great Commandments by reaching the lost. We will make a difference by being different. (Acts 3:42-47)


Driven and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we will develop disciples through:

1. Membership - knowing Christ and the Church (Ephesians 2:19)
2. Maturity - in the Word, worship and our witness (Ephesians 4:11-13)
3. Ministry - serving Christ through a ministry in the church (Ephesians 4:11)
4. Mission - go beyond the walls to community, city, country, and the world; disciples making disciples (Matthew 28-18-20)

New Home's Promise to Live by

New Home Gives:

The Power to live on
The People to live with
The Purpose to live for
The Profession to live out
The Principles to live by

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