Princeton United Methodist has new pastor

Rev. Neal Brantley, the new pastor at Princeton United Methodist Church, has returned home to his Johnston County roots.

Brantley, a 1982 Smithfield-Selma High School graduate, began his ministry at Princeton on July 1, coming from Trinity Memorial and St. Mary’s United Methodist churches in Trinity, NC, where he served four years.

Brantley replaces former Pastor David Hutchins who, according to the North Carolina Conference website, is on family leave.

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Rev. Neal Brantley is the new pastor of Princeton United Methodist Church.

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