November 16, 2020

Feed My Sheep is a humble effort to bring pastors and church leaders together to foster friendship, partnership, and mutual encouragement.

The conference is a one-day event centered around faithful teaching related to relevant pastoral subjects. Our desire is to promote a vision for pastoral ministry that has, at its heart, a commitment to biblical shepherding. This year, we look forward to welcoming our speakers: Ed Moore, pastor of North Shore Baptist Church in Flushing, NY // Aaron Menikoff, pastor of Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA // Alex DiPrima, pastor of Emmanuel Church of Winston Salem, NC. Check out more information on our speakers below!


COST: $20


 Emmanuel Church of Winston-Salem
407 Petree Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27106


      • Registration/Coffee - 9:30AM-10:00AM
      • Welcome and Announcements – 10:00-10:10AM
      • First Session: Aaron Menikoff – 10:10-11:05AM
      • Break
      • Second Session: Alex DiPrima – 11:15-12:15PM
      • Lunch – 12:15-1:00PM
      • Panel Discussion – 1:00-2:00PM
      • Break 
      • Third Session: Ed Moore – 2:15-3:15PM
      • Conference Close 




Ed Moore: Ed Moore has been the pastor of North Shore Baptist Church since 1992. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Columbia Biblical Seminary. In addition to his ministry at North Shore, Ed has faithfully raised up leaders and planted several churches in the New York City area. He was also recently one of the featured speakers at the Together for the Gospel Conference. He and his wife, Anna, have four children and seven grandchildren and live in Bayside (Queens), NY.



Aaron Menikoff: Dr. Aaron Menikoff is the pastor of Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to his ministry at Mount Vernon, he served on staff at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C. and Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. Aaron holds his Ph.D. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Aaron is the founder of Feed My Sheep, an annual conference for pastors and church leaders in Georgia. In addition to pastoral ministry, Aaron is a visiting lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary (Atlanta). He is also the author of Politics and Piety and Character Matters: Shepherding in the Fruit of the Spirit. Aaron and his wife, Deana, have four children. 


Alex DiPrima: Alex is the senior pastor of Emmanuel Church, giving special attention to preaching, counseling, and discipleship.  In 2017, he, along with a small team, planted Emmanuel Church in northwest Winston Salem. Alex is married to his lovely wife Jenna and they have two children, a son Dominic, and a daughter Camden. Alex and Jenna love to read, travel, and show hospitality in their home. Alex holds a B.S. in Finance from Clemson University, an M.Div. in Christian Ministry from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Ph.D. in Historical Theology from the same institution. Alex has published several articles with 9Marks ministries, the Spurgeon Center, and Southeastern Seminary.