Reverend Dexter Udell Nutall, a native of Washington, DC, has always been a part of the New Bethel Baptist Church (NBBC) family. As a young
In March 2009, the congregation of NBBC welcomed Reverend Nutall as its fourth pastor. Under his leadership, NBBC has experienced a tremendous amount of growth in the church and in the community.
Pastor Nutall earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Mt. St. Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, MD, and a Juris Doctor from Howard University’s School of Law. Prior to leading NBBC full-time, Pastor Nutall, worked for several prominent law firms, the Supreme Court of Virginia, the United States Senate and former DC Mayor Vincent Gray.
Reverend Nutall is married to the former Ms. Tracy Brinkley and they have two wonderful daughters, Chandler Renée and
When asked, "How do you stay Rooted in Christ?" He responded in saying, "By staying focused on nurturing an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ through study and fellowship."
When asked, "How do you plan to continue to Grow in the Community?" He replied in saying, "By making worship a lifestyle and being intentional about the relationships we develop both inside and outside of the church. In doing so, our community expands and we experience the kingdom of God."
At a young age, First Lady Tracy Nutall knew that one day she would have a successful career as a lawyer. Born in Weldon, NC, to Carolyn (Pearson) Brinkley and the late Thomas Brinkley, Jr., First Lady Nutall's family moved to Washington, DC in 1974, later relocating to Glenarden, MD.
First Lady Nutall graduated from Bowie State University, receiving a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Howard University’s School of Law.
NBBC welcomed First Lady Nutall as a new member in 1994. During her time at
Tracy considers God’s greatest gift to be that of her husband and best friend, Dexter Udell Nutall. Furthermore, she is grateful to God to have been blessed with two beautiful daughters, Chandler Renée and
When asked, "How do you stay Rooted in Christ?" First Lady responded, "Through fervent prayer and by mediating on God's word on a daily basis."
When asked, "How do you plan to continue to Grow in the Community?" She responded in saying, "By continuing to put God first in all that I do and by maintaining relationships with people both inside and outside of the church."