Leo Schuster

About

Leo Schuster

Leo Schuster is the Lead Pastor of City Church. As an ordained pastor for twenty-nine years, Leo’s ministry has reached from Texas to New York City. He started and led two college ministries in Dallas, founded and pastored Christ the King Presbyterian Church in Houston, and most recently served as the Lead Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church’s East Side Congregation in New York City where he was directly mentored by Tim Keller. Leo and his wife, Ellen, have three adult daughters: Anna, Margaret, and Mary Caroline. They also have one grandson, James.

April 11, 2021
Mark 14:27-31, John 21:1-19
Where do we go once we’ve failed badly? The answer lies here in one of the most spectacular interchanges in history, between Jesus and one of the most colorful, captivating characters in the Bible.
April 4, 2021
Luke 24:13-35
How do we find hope on the road of life when there’s so much that can lead to discouragement?
March 28, 2021
Luke 19:28-42
Why does Jesus weep when his journey finally culminate in his arrival to Jerusalem? Learn how the answer to this helps us make sense of our own journey in life.
March 14, 2021
Luke 17:11-19
Explore what it means to follow Jesus through this study of his journey to Jerusalem. Though following him will mean radical self-denial, hazards and harrowing exploits along the way, it’s through this journey that true life in all it’s temporal substance and eternal joy is found.
January 31, 2021
Luke 6:27-36
In the first four verses of the gospel of Luke, Luke explains that he has done a thorough analysis of all the events that played into the life of Jesus and presents them for careful consideration. In this orderly account of the person of Jesus, we can see two worlds at once—we can see Jesus afresh in our new world. The gospel of Luke is a well-stocked pantry that is up for our bottomless hunger for meaning.
February 7, 2021
Luke 7:1-10
In the first four verses of the gospel of Luke, Luke explains that he has done a thorough analysis of all the events that played into the life of Jesus and presents them for careful consideration. In this orderly account of the person of Jesus, we can see two worlds at once—we can see Jesus afresh in our new world. The gospel of Luke is a well-stocked pantry that is up for our bottomless hunger for meaning.