New Hope Community Fellowship
Saturday, December 15, 2018
Developing Disciples for Kingdom Deployment

Pastor Lee E. Bynum, M. Div.

"Passionately Pursuing God's Will and Wisdom"

Pastor Lee Bynum, lovingly known as “Pastor” has served as Senior Pastor-Teacher of New Hope Community Fellowship since 2012. Currently located in Archdale NC, where the church has experienced significant growth in membership and service.
  
Pastor Bynum envisions New Hope as an instrument of God’s love and power as it reaches out to the greater Triad-Piedmont area to make an impact for the Kingdom of God. Ready to usher the congregation into a new level of worship and service, Pastor Bynum not only teaches the Word of God he is also committed to developing Disciples for “Kingdom Deployment.”
 
Pastor Bynum has served several different denominations and brings over 20 years of pastoral leadership and community service to the New Hope Community Fellowship. He serves as an adjunct Chaplin at High Point Regional Hospital. He has served with High Point Ministers alliance and the Randolph County Development For Partnership Program.
 
Pastor Bynum received his Associates Degree from Guilford Technical Community College, in Industrial Management Technology. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from High Point University in Religion. After receiving his call to ministry, he received his Masters of Divinity from Hood Theological Seminary and was ordained by the Rowan Association.
 
Pastor Bynum’s philosophy is that “ a church must grow from the inside out. He believes the Church must partner with the community verses just being a building in the community.”
 
Although he takes pride in his many personal and professional accomplishments. His greatest joy comes from his role as a husband and family man. He has been married to his wife, Eugenia Williams-Bynum, for 27 years.
 
 
 
Career Highlights
 
  • 1981 Applied Science degree in Industrial Management Technology, Guilford Technical Community College
  • 1991 called to the Gospel Ministry
  • 2000 Appointed to St. Mary’s United Methodist Church
  • 2005 Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy, High Point University
  • 2008 Master of Divinity Degree, Hood Theological Seminary 
  • 2008 Recipient of the George Clayton Tharrington Memorial Award
  • 2012 Called to pastor New Hope Community Fellowship
  • 2013 Ordained by the Rowan Association