Rev. Stephen A. Green
The Reverend Stephen A. Green is a global thought leader at the intersection of faith and social justice.
As an activist and pastor, Rev. Green leads with radical love in action through his ministry at The Luke NYC, St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church, and as Chair of Faith for Black Lives, a faith-based social justice organization.
Rev. Green is the former National Director of the Youth and College Division of the NAACP, the nation’s oldest, largest and most widely respected grassroots civil rights organization. In this role, he oversaw an army of more than 30,000 young activists across 800 active youth councils and college chapters throughout the nation.
Previously, Rev. Green served as Pastor of Heard AME Church, Roselle, NJ, “The Community Church”. He led this ministry in spiritual and fiscal growth through prophetic preaching, passionate worship, and community empowerment. Additionally, Rev. Green led the congregation in hosting the inaugural God is Woke Festival to empower the community in faith and freedom through the arts.
Rev. Green holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Morehouse College and a Master of Divinity from The University of Chicago.
Rev. Green resides in New York City.