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Jenny Murray, Worship Director

Since 2012 Jenny has been involved at NCC where she served on the worship leadership team under Brian Cagle.  In 2016 she became the full time Worship Director. Jenny grew up in Western North Carolina and attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she received a B.A. in music, voice.  She has worked in the healthcare industry for 12 years all the while serving her local church in worship ministry in her free time.  She is a songwriter, also plays guitar and keys, and has a passion for creativity, collaboration and what each member of the NCC worship community can bring to the platform.  She values people and the diverse gifts God places in each of us.  She is a talented and anointed worship leader and musician with a love for the presence and power of God. Jenny and her husband Travis have 2 beautiful daughters, Betha and Lila.



Emily is the Student Pastor here at New Covenant Church. She is married to a charming Scotsman, Tobias Nagle. The newlywed Nagles now engage in ministry together, mentoring and discipling the youth and young adults of Haywood County. Emily is a Lee University alumna where she studied Christian Ministries and Music Performance. During her time at Lee University, Emily had the opportunity to share the Gospel across the United States, western Europe, and South America. 

Emily is enthusiastic about sharing the love of God with young people and creating Christian community. She desires to see lives filled with the passion of the Lord and people moved by His love to change the world!  


Robby Clark, Adult Pastoral Care

Robby and his family have attended New Covenant Church since late 2010 when they moved to Western North Carolina to serve as host couple for Whispering Cove Retreat in Balsam, NC. He is a local business owner who grew up in church but feels believers should spend their best time with God, then let family, church, and work come as an added blessing. Robby loves the mountains, both for hiking and riding horses. His heart is for men to be healed and take their place as leaders and servants, whether at home, at church, or in their community.