Scot Sherman is the executive director of Newbigin House of Studies, a member of the Newbigin Faculty at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan, and Teaching Pastor at City Church. He teaches courses in Systematic Theology, Urban Ministry and Missional Liturgics and oversees the Newbigin Fellows leadership program at City Church, He is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary (M.Div.), Princeton Theological Seminary (Th.M), and the University of Wales (Ph.D).
Scot was one of the original pastors of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, planted the Village Church in Greenwich Village, and later served as the Pastor of Intown Community Church in Atlanta. His doctoral dissertation focused on the early ecumenical influence of the British missionary-theologian Lesslie Newbigin. He currently chairs the Worship Commission of the Reformed Church in America (RCA), as well as the leadership development team for the City Classis, a ministry committed to launching and growing healthy churches in global cities. Scot lives with his wife, Catherine, and they have four sons. He loves opera, detective fiction, playing the piano, and goes wine-tasting as often as possible.