My name is Kelley Hudlow. I am a priest in the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Alabama. I was ordained a deacon in October 2011 and then a priest in November 2020 by the Rt. Rev. John McKee Sloan. I am a general history, church, and theology nerd. I have a BA in History, a JD, completed Education for Ministry, the Alabama Deacon School for Ministry, read for holy orders, and am a 2021 graduate of the David G. Buttrick Certificate Program in Homiletic Peer Coaching at Vanderbilt Divinity School.
Currently, I am the Communications Coordinator for the Diocese of Alabama and the Coordinator for the Alabama Integrative Ministry School, a local program for clergy formation. As a deacon I served parishes in Fayette, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, and Fairfield. As a priest I primarily serve as supply clergy for smaller parishes in the Diocese of Alabama.
I have served on the Bishops’ Commission on Generous Pastoral Response, the Standing Committee, and continue to serve on the AIMS Advisory Committee, the Young Adult Ministry Steering Committee, and the Vocare Steering Committee. I serve as the lead documentarian for the Alabama Committee of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.
This website hosts my sermons, my writing, printmaking, and occasional podcast and video projects. For my resume and a selection of my communications work, please go here