Pastor A. Thomas Hill retired from IBM Corporation in 1991, after 20 years of service, dedicating himself to the work of full time ministry. He served for four years with Promise Keepers Men’s Ministry, a national movement building Christian brotherhood and integrity among men fulfilling the role of South Central Regional Director. He has also served as worship leader for many of the Promise Keepers seminars and rallies throughout the United States and Canada, as well as master of ceremonies at various PK stadium conferences and Pastor’s Assemblies. In addition, he has taught worship seminars for Maranatha Music and the National Coalition of Men’s Ministries.
Since the late eighties, Pastor Hill has also given of his time and talents as a recording artist and songwriter with The Pentecostal Ambassadors and other national artists, as well as writing, acting and serving as Co-Director and Managing Director for Upon This Rock Productions, a Christian theater company located in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana and known for its annual Easter Passion Play. Pastor Hill recorded his first solo CD, April 2010, titled "Uncensored Worship, Unrestricted Praise", featuring the passion play favorite, "It Should Have Been Me".
Pastor Hill currently serves as senior pastor of Healing Streams Word & Worship Center. The inaugural service for Healing Streams was held Easter Sunday, April 20, 2003, at Pike Performing Arts Center, Indianapolis. For the first 14 months of its existence services were held in the historic Madame Walker Theater in downtown Indy. The ministry moved to a former Loews Theater building at 4751 Century Plaza Road in September 2004, and currently resides at 4501 W. 38th Street, Indianapolis (New Wineskin Ministries Chapel) while searching for a permanent church location.
Prior to this latest ministry call, Pastor Hill served for 6 years as Associate Pastor of Outreach and Foreign Affairs for Eastern Star Church, Indianapolis, working alongside Senior Pastor Jeffrey A. Johnson, Sr. Pastor Hill is a current member of Reconciliation Ministries International under the leadership of Bishop Joseph Garlington (Covenant Church of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).
Pastor Hill is currently enrolled at Indiana Wesleyan University pursuing a Master of Divinity Degree.
Thomas and his wife Carol (Lady Carol) presently reside in Indianapolis, Indiana, and have three sons, Carlin, Troy and Tyler and seven wonderful grandchildren.