Kyle J. Boyer is an educator, minister, and social justice advocate. A native of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Pastor Boyer received his spiritual development and foundation at Mount Carmel Church of God in Christ in West Chester, PA where Superintendent Milton E. Baxter was his pastor. Although saved at an early age, he recommitted his life to Christ as a teenager, and shortly thereafter acknowledged the ministry call on his life. He began preaching on August 20, 2006. After undergraduate studies, Pastor Boyer resumed faithful service at Mt. Carmel, serving in youth ministry on the local, district, and regional levels. In 2012 he was ordained an Elder in the Church of God in Christ by Bishop Benjamin J. Ravenel. Ecumenically, he served several terms as the Vice President of the West Chester Ministerial Alliance and remains a member of the Main Line Black Interdenominational Minister’s Alliance.
Pastor Boyer has spent a career in education and has instructed at the middle and high school levels. In 2017 he became only the second African American individual elected to local office in the Tredyffrin/Easttown community, earning a seat on the local Board of School Directors. He is the immediate past president of the West Chester, PA branch of the NAACP, and has served on numerous boards in the community. Reverend Boyer is the author of Reflections for the Call: A Devotional for Young Preachers, and The Prince, the Priests & the Prophets: The Need for Prophetic Leadership in America. He is a graduate of the George Washington University, the University of Pennsylvania, and United Lutheran Seminary.
His favorite scripture remains Romans 12:1-2, as he is striving with a renewed mind to prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.