Howard Brown has worked in full-time ministry for 20 years. He currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Christ Central Church PCA, in Charlotte, NC. With the vision of establishing a multiethnic church, he and his wife, Kellie, moved to Charlotte to plant Christ Central in 2003. Previously, Howard was the pastor of Forest Park Presbyterian in Baltimore, MD and the Assistant Pastor of Church Planting at Redemption Fellowship Presbyterian in Fayetteville, GA.
Howard holds a Master of Divinity degree from Covenant Theological Seminary and an English degree from Clemson University. Howard is a contributing author in the books “Heal Us Emanuel: A Call For Racial Reconciliation, Representation and Unity In The Church” and “Keep Your Head Up: Black Lives Matter.” Howard is the Associate Director of African American Ministries for MNA, and serves on the board of trustees for Covenant College, and as an advisory board member for Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary-Charlotte.
Howard is a Charleston, SC native who loves Clemson football, fishes every chance he gets, and enjoys watching movies and TV with Kellie. He and Kellie have two boys, Harrison (18) and Clark (16).