Our Pastor

 When Jesus saw him lying there and learned that he had been in this condition for a long time, he asked him, “Do you want to get well?” (John 5:6 NIV)

The Reverend Kahlil Carmichael, MAPCC, M.DIV.
Founder and Senior Pastor, Live Well Church

Pastor Kahlil Carmichael is a spiritual leader who believes people can live whole, live well, and live free through an authentic relationship with God through Christ’s teachings.

Founder and Senior Pastor of Live Well Church located in beautiful Windsor/Robbinsville, New Jersey; Reverend Carmichael has made a decision to serve others by helping them to attain restoration and healing through pastoral care, physical fitness, wellness and a message of hope.

A double graduate of New York Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity as well as a Masters of Pastoral Care and Counseling, Pastor Carmichael is in the process of completing his Doctorate in ministry as an Adam Clayton Powell Fellow.  Dr. Carmichael serves as a staff hospice chaplain for Penn Medicine in Princeton. It is his calling as a chaplain that helps him connect with people of all faith traditions, religions, and diverse backgrounds with authentic love and acceptance.

He is the owner of The Fitness Doctor, a personal training and wellness studio, with locations in Somerset and Windsor/Robbinsville New Jersey.  Pastor Carmichael earned wellness certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and was an Arthritis Foundation Tai-Chi Instructor and an Arthritis Foundation exercise specialist.  He is the author of “The Fitness Doctor, 50 Tips of The Day” and a monthly columnist for The Positive Community Magazine. Pastor Carmichael searches for unique ways to impact the community and to encourage health and wellness and has served as a spokesperson for the American Heart Association’s, “Power to End Stroke” initiative and hosted the popular radio talk show “Ask the Fitness Doctor” on WCTC 1450 AM.

This husband, father, theologian, author and entrepreneur sincerely believes that nothing is impossible with God. (Luke 1:37 NIV)