Kevin Haah
Kevin Haah went from being a young urban single out of Cornell Law School to getting married (Grace), having three kids (Kaetlyn, and twins Eliana and Bennett), making partner at a prestigious law firm, giving up law to pursue a Master in Divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary, and becoming a pastor and a church planter.
Kevin is the planter and the lead pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles (www.newcitychurchla.com), a multi-ethnic, multi-socioeconomic church in downtown Los Angeles.
Kevin is also an adjunct professor at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena and serves as a church planting coach and a co-catalyst of the LA Church Planting Movement. He is also one contributors of the book, Starting Missional Church: Life with God in the Neighborhood (IVP 2014).
In his off hours, you might find him reading a book, having a theological conversation with his kids, running a marathon, or biking with his family.

Articles + Resources

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If Our Church Left our Neighborhood, Would Anyone Who Does Not Attend Notice or Care?

Seven years ago, this was a question that was on our minds. We did some good periodically in the neighborhood,…
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Cultural Agility and Multi-Ethnic Church


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How to Start a Church Planting Movement in Your City

Kevin Haah, who started an interdenominational church planting movement in Los Angeles (lacpm.org), will share the story of how it…

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Insights into Planting and Sustaining a Multi-Ethnic Church


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The Post-Christian City: How to Start on Mission in a Hostile or Disdainful Culture

Kevin Haah planted "an inclusive gospel-centered" church in downtown Los Angeles, where most people are liberal and hostile to church.…
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Observations and Keys to Successful City-Centric Movements

Listen in on a conversation with Chris Lagerlof, Kevin Haah, Eric Marsh and Linda Bergquist as these church leaders focus…


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Relationships That Will Tranform a City!

Kevin Haah, lead pastor of New City Church in the heart of Los Angeles, unpacks why relationships are vital in…