About Rev. Tommy Clark…
Reverend Tommy Clark is a minister ordained by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He grew up in rural Lewisburg, Tennessee. He graduated from Cornersville High School in 1997. In 2008 he received a Bachelor of Science degree from Middle Tennessee State University. In 2009 he moved to Memphis, Tennessee to attend Memphis Theological Seminary.
While enrolled in seminary and living in Midtown Memphis, he developed a love for people on the streets and a passion for Urban Ministry. In 2012 he founded the Urban Bicycle Food Ministry (UBFM), a ministry that provides meals, basic needs, and relationships to people on the streets of Memphis. In 2013 this ministry became a non-profit organization (501 c 3).
He graduated from Memphis Theological Seminary in 2013 with a Masters of Divinity. In 2014 he accepted a call to pastor McCains Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Columbia, Tennessee. He now resides in rural Columbia where he continues to pastor McCains CPC, writes, and, with the help of God and many magnificent friends, remotely manages the Urban Bicycle Food Ministry in Memphis.
In addition to ministry, Tommy is a competitive runner and cyclist and works as a part-time bicycle mechanic.