Associate pastor: alex dean

Alex grew up in the DFW area and attended Dallas Baptist University. He and his wife Alicia were married in 2012 and moved to central Florida in 2013, where Alex served as a youth minister while attending Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando (M.Div. '18). In 2017, they were excited to return home to Dallas with the call to serve at NsP. Alex and Alicia have four children: Henry (2015-2018), Julia (2018), Lucy (2020), and Norah Jane (2022). During some of the darkest days in their lives, with the loss of their sweet son Henry, the Deans were thankful to lean on God's people here at New St. Peters, and they continue to be grateful for God's call to this church. Alex serves as associate pastor and thus gets to wear many hats. He enjoys pastoral counseling, discipleship, and teaching, and he is currently pursuing a second masters in Christian counseling. Please feel free to reach out with any needs. 

Email: alex.dean@newstpeters.org

Director of Women's Ministry: Carly Hallman

Carly is a North Texas native. She attended Dallas Baptist University, where she attained her BA in Biblical Studies (2010). After finding a love for the Greek language and in-depth biblical and theological study, she went on to pursue her Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary (2014). It was during her time there that she developed a deep desire to see women equipped and encouraged in God’s Word in the context of authentic community. It was also there that she met her husband, Mark. Together, they have attended New St. Peter’s since 2015, and in 2019, Carly joined the NSP staff as the Director of Women’s Ministry.

Email: carly.hallman@newstpeters.org

Associate Pastor of Youth: Noah Wiersema

Noah grew up around the southern United States and landed in Kentucky for his high school years. Afterwards, he attended Covenant College where he met his wife Amy. They were married in 2016 and subsequently moved to St. Louis for Noah to attend Covenant Theological Seminary (M.Div. ‘19). Fall 2019 Noah and Amy moved to Dallas to pursue his call here at New St. Peter's. In February of 2021 they welcomed their first child (Edith Jane). Noah enjoys spending time with students, whether that be opening God's Word together, just hanging out over slushies, or playing spikeball.   

Email: noah@newstpeters.org

director of children's ministry: Kelly Meyer

Kelly and her husband Brien, along with their 3 children, have been members of NsP for 8 years. Kelly began serving as interim children's ministry coordinator, and has recently stepped into the role permanently. Kelly graduated from Covenant College with an English Education degree and taught middle school English and Bible before staying home to raise their kids. She is passionate about engaging our children in worship and discipleship and equipping families for worship in the home. 

Email: kelly@newstpeters.org

office administrator: 

Jan james

Jan joined our staff in December 2003, having joined the church in August. Her road to reformed theology began when she joined PCPC in 1994. Jan grew up in Tyler, attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, and moved to Dallas in 1975. She is a true native Texan! She shares her home with her two kitty cats that bring love, companionship and cat antics to daily life.

Officers & Women's LEADERSHIP

Women's Leadership Team

The Women's Leadership Team provides help to the deacons and sensitive wisdom for the elders in matters of ministry. The godly maturity, gospel wisdom and gifts of these women are recognized by our church as God-given leadership for service in the body of Christ. This team meets for discussion and prayer, and serves our church as a "point-group" for all matters of women's care and ministry. You can learn more about the role of this team here. It's current members are: Carly Hallman, Ruth Horne, Arleen Ratliff, Linda Pocta, Sheryl Brown, Courtney Honeycutt, and Denise Walker.


In addition to our pastors, the Ruling Elders make up the session of NsP. These men meet on the first Wednesday evening of each month for Bible study, prayer and shepherding of the congregation. Our Ruling Elders are: Scott Covington, Frank Honeycutt, Jay Horne, Jeff Murray, Jim Pocta, Mark Ratliff, and David Rice.


The Deacons meet on the second Thursday evening of each month to discuss how to care for the physical needs of the congregation and those close to it. They oversee and administer our monthly alms collection as well as much of our hospital visitation ministry. Our Deacons are: Steve Adams, Steve Brown, Steve Chambers, Grant Clay, Brian Franklin, Clayton Hagan, Ben Hillman, Christopher Jackson, Andy Klein, Andrew Luter, Brien Meyer, and Rodman Ricketts.