Rev. Kenny McGill grew up in Booneville, MS. He is the son of retired United Methodist Minister Rev. Charles McGill, who served the Mississippi Annual Conference for 24 years and continues to serve in a retirement appointment. Rev. McGill’s home church is Liberty UMC in Booneville. He has one daughter Hoguean Kendyl who is 22 years of age.

Rev. McGill is a graduate of East Mississippi Community College and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the University of West Alabama in 2009. Rev. McGill completed his Master of Divinity degree in 2012 at Emory University, Candler School of Theology in Atlanta, Ga.

Rev. McGill is entering his 11th year in ministry in the Mississippi Annual Conference. He has served churches in Corinth, Northwest Kemper county, and Meridian, MS.

Rev. McGill comes to Andrew Chapel UMC with a strong history in pastoral and administrative leadership. He is devoted to lifting the vision of God’s call on the life of the church, preaching the word of God, and a faithful prayer life. Rev. McGill also has proven leadership in children ministries.

Rev. McGill serves on the Meridian District Committee on Ordained Ministry and on the Mississippi Annual Conference Church and Society Committee. Rev. McGill also provides training and consultation in the area of Safe Sanctuaries for the Conference.