• Raney Series Presents

    Dr. John McKellar and Dr. Todd Renner

    Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church is pleased to announce the return of the Raney Series on October 22 & 23 featuring Dr. John McKellar and Dr. Todd Renner of White's Chapel UMC in Southlake,Texas

RANEY SERIES RETURNS

Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church is pleased to announce our Raney series is returning with Dr. John McKellar and Dr. Todd Renner, co-pastors of White’s Chapel UMC in Southlake, Texas. White’s Chapel is the largest United Methodist Church in the United States. They will be speaking on “How to Be the Church in a Post-Pandemic World”. Sign up below!

Dr. John McKellar arrived at White’s Chapel in 1992. During his tenure, White’s Chapel has grown from 490 members to over 16,000 members and the distinction of being the largest United States UMC. As Co-Pastor, McKellar works with Dr. Renner to cast the vision for the church and to set the overall direction for church programs. He provides leadership for and actively participates in worship, education, discipleship and evangelism for the spiritual life and growth of members. Additionally, McKellar represents White’s Chapel in denominational and community affairs. A native of north Louisiana, McKellar moved to Texas in 1986 to begin seminary. He completed his Master of Divinity at Perkins School of Theology at SMU in 1990 and his Doctor of Ministry in Applied Ministries at the Graduate Theological Foundation (South Bend, IN) in 2004. Prior to his appointment at White’s Chapel, McKellar served churches in Grandview, Fort Worth and Haslet. He is an ordained Elder in Full Connection with the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. In his spare time, McKellar enjoys reading, studying the American presidency, college football and the Dallas Cowboys, and perpetually being the worst golfer in the world.

Dr. Todd Renner has been at White’s Chapel since 2003. As Co-Pastor, Renner works hand-in-hand with Dr. McKellar in preaching, teaching, and in the sculpting/implementation of the church’s strategic vision, ministries, and community footprint. A native of Florida, Renner moved to Texas to attend Baylor University where he received his B.A. in Religion (Hebrew Bible and Semitic Languages). He completed his Master of Divinity at Brite Divinity School (TCU) and took his doctoral degree at the Graduate Theological Foundation (South Bend, IN). Renner is an ordained Elder in Full Connection with the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Renner and his wife, Keri, have two sons: Caleb and Ford. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, hiking, rock-climbing, and embarrassing himself at golf.

Schedule of Events

Saturday, October 22nd

6:00 PM | Clinton Library – Dinner and Discussion, “How to Be the Church in a Post Pandemic World”

  • Registration Required: To open on September 12th. Spots limited

Sunday, October 23rd

9:00 AM | Wesley Hall & Sanctuary – Worship

  • Dr. McKellar and Dr. Renner will preach in Classic and Modern services

10:10 AM | Gym – Meet & Greet

  • Enjoy brunch food and meet Dr. McKellar and Dr. Renner during the Sunday School hour.

11:00 AM | Wesley Hall & Sanctuary – Worship

  • Dr. McKellar and Dr. Renner will preach in Classic and Modern services