Alan Rudnick has been featured on television, radio, print, and social media and serves as the executive minister for DeWitt Community Church in DeWitt, NY. He quickly established himself as a leader and commentator in the areas of faith, Baptist life, Christianity, ministry, and social media. His official online and print presence began with the Albany Times Union newspaper as a featured contributor and blogger.
His book, “The Work of the Associate Pastor” was published with Judson Press in 2012. Alan’s writing has been featured with the Syracuse Post-Standard, Albany Times Union, The Christian Century, Baptist News Global, The Baptist Standard, Christian Ethics, Christian Citizen, Associated Baptist Press, and The Fund of Theological Education.
Being passionate about communicating, ministry, and leadership have led Alan to serve on three leadership boards at the national level: The General Board of General Ministries American Baptist Churches U.S.A., Board of Directors for the Home Mission Society of the American Baptist Churches U.S.A., and the Missions Council for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Alan is also an alum of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership Lewis Fellows program.
Alan graduated from Eastern University cum laude in 2003. He entered Palmer Theological Seminary as a Presidential Scholar and graduated in 2006 with a Master of Divinity. His ordination is with the American Baptist Churches U.S.A. and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Alan is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Theology (Th.D.) program at La Salle University. He served churches in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York. He is married to Christine and has three children.
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