Ross Parsley

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Ross Parsley is the lead pastor of ONEchapel, a church in Austin, Texas.

A graduate of Oral Roberts University, Ross has been leading worship for over 20 years[when?] in local Colorado churches and has led several outreach teams to other countries. He is the worship leader on Integrity Music's "Lord of the Harvest", "Around Your Throne", "I Am Free", "My Savior Lives", and most recently, "Counting on God", as well as co-producer for the Desperation Band. His wife, Aimee, ministers with him and they have five children.

Prior to ONEchapel, Ross was the worship pastor of New Life Church, a megachurch in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he was responsible for all the weekend services and oversaw all the worship ministries within the church. Ross served as the interim senior pastor at New Life Church before Pastor Brady Boyd was selected as the new senior pastor of New Life Church after the dismissal of former Senior Pastor Ted Haggard.[1]


Parsley has written the following Christian books:[2]

  • Do You See What I See?: Exploring the Christmas of Every Day (Published in 2008)
  • Messy Church: A Multigenerational Mission for God's Family (Published in 2011)


  1. ^ Milbank, Dana (2008). Homo politicus: the strange and barbaric tribes of the beltway. Random House, Inc. p. 174. ISBN 978-0-385-51750-8. Retrieved 9 September 2010.
  2. ^ "Goodreads : Ross Parsley". Retrieved 5 December 2012.

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