Pastor David Westmeier was born to missionary parents in Colombia, South America. He studied at Nyack College where he graduated in 1991. In 1994 he was married to Yeins, a Venezuelan girl he had met at New Life Fellowship church in Queens, New York. They have two children, Matthew and Benjamin Westmeier.
Since 2002, David served as pastor under the Christian and Missionary Alliance with the vision of evangelizing Unreached People Groups in Queens. That same year he started a new church plant named New Life Christian Center (NLCC). In 2013, under his guidance, NLCC began a monthly “Church in the Park,” where MBBs could invite their friends and families to hear about Jesus without the stigma of "going to a Church". In 2014 NLCC sponsored the first Spanish Perspectives class in the QCAC building with 40 people enrolled, including pastors and leaders from five Spanish Churches. In that same year NLCC began working with QCAC to merge their two church congregations into one so that the task of reaching the unreached with the Gospel would be more effectively accomplished. At that time David was serving as the Pastor of Evangelism in QCAC. In 2019 he founded Center to the Unreached, an organization whose mission is to bring the Gospel of Jesus to various UPGs in NYC and around the world. As of 2012 David has also been serving on the Board of Directors for the Jesus for Muslims Network. His vision is to spark church planting movements among UPGs in the greater Metropolitan Area of New York City and around the world, and to awaken the established Church of New York City to rise to the challenge of bringing Jesus to the UPGs in their neighborhoods.