Rev. Eustacia Moffett Marshall is a dedicated leader, preacher, scholar, and servant.
Very early in her life, Rev. Eustacia remembers asking big questions like “Who am I?, “Why am I here?” and “What should I do with my life?” As a pastor, these questions continue to inspire her work. Rev. Eustacia takes joy in helping others ask important questions of God and finds fulfillment in seeing others live out their God-given purpose. Her vision is to cultivate a faith community where people can have honest, fearless dialogue as a pathway to learning, growing, and becoming faithful followers of Jesus Christ. A life-long learner herself, Rev. Eustacia is a graduate of Stanford University (2001) and Princeton Theological Seminary (2006).
She is currently a Ph.D student at the North Carolina A&T State University where she is studying and researching leadership in the College of Education. A woman with many talents, she serves the church and community through various volunteer and leadership posts. She is also an accomplished musician and teacher, having served as a minister of music for a number of churches and having served as adjunct faculty in preaching at the Wake Forest Divinity School.
Her commentaries and sermons are published in the African American Lectionary, the African American Pulpit (Fall 2009), and “These Sisters Can Say It, Vol 2.” She is the wife of her seminary sweetheart, Rev. Toure C. Marshall, and mother to Jeremiah, Jessica and all those who want to grow under her servant leadership.