pastor_mack_wife_600x464 William Mack III was born and raised in Louisville, KY. He was educated through the Jefferson County School System and is a proud graduate of Jefferson County Alternative High School. William entered the University of Kentucky in the fall of 1997. While at UK, William co founded and served as campus minister with the Abundant Life Bible Study, a weekly bible fellowship with over one hundred students. He also served as Chaplin and Emcee for the University of Kentucky Black Voices, and Student President of the Kentucky Education Association. William graduated from UK with a BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in African American Theatre. Since then, William has been commissioned to write, direct, and produce plays for schools, churches, sororities, and other non-profit agencies, in the state.


William surrendered to the call of God on his life in September of 1998. He preached his initial sermon in December of the same year and was licensed by the Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church, in Louisville, KY. Since that time, God has provided him with opportunities to serve the body of Christ as a Youth Minister, Sunday School Teacher, Worship Leader, Outreach Director and Assistant Pastor. In January 2008, Minister Mack, was ordained by the Emmanuel Baptist Church. Mack now serves as the lead planter/pastor of Grace Community Covenant Church (GC3), located in the Portland community of West Louisville. The mission of GC3 is to be a community of believers saved by the grace of God to share the grace of God with others. A church committed to Christ and its community.


Pastor Mack is the husband of one wife, Tori Mack, and they are the proud parents of five children, Julian Alexander, Genesis Imani, William Noah, and Levi Aaron, and Naaman Jude.

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— 9 not by works, so that no one can boast. 10 For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
{Ephesians 2:8-10}