My name is Kelley Hudlow. I am a deacon in the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Alabama. I was ordained in October 2011 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, and the Alabama Deacon School for Ministry.
I believe “idle hands are the devil’s workshop.” I was a trial lawyer for nearly 10 years. I am the Communications Coordinator for the Diocese of Alabama, deacon at Birmingham Episcopal Campus Ministries (Trinity Commons), and Associate Dean of Students at the Alabama Integrative Ministry School (AIMS). 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.
I am prone to crafting. You will typically find me toting a camera around. In days past, the camera would have been film, but I have moved thoroughly into the digital age. I dabble in podcasting. I have recently been focusing on printmaking.
This website hosts my sermons, my musings, and my intermittent podcasts. I also am working on a page that describes how I create my linocuts.
For my resume and a selection of my communications work, please go here.