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Pastor Jacqueline Scott


Jacqueline L. Scott is Associate Pastor of the Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ of Syracuse where she has been a faithful member since 1976, the year that she was baptized and received the gift of the Holy Ghost. Ever since then Pastor Scott has continually answered God’s call to serve in the community and in the Body of Christ—first as a choir member, then as a Sunday school teacher, and later as Sunday School Superintendent under the pastorship of the late Bishop Robert W. Jones. Now as an Associate Pastor she is passionately committed to supporting Senior Pastor George M. Jones in furtherance of the church mission, team leadership, and church planning. Pastor Rudisell is also president of the Apostolic Women’s Department, a member of the Board of Trustees weekly support group for formerly Prior to joining the Apostolic family Pastor Scott labored at God’s Way Church of Jesus, which she a founding member and where she maintained an active membership for ten years. There too she served as Sunday School Superintendent, a member of the Board, and on the Planning Committee Board. , as well as founder and coordinator of Outreached Hands Ministries, which is a weekly support group for formerly incarcerated women. Pastor Scott rejoices in the privilege of serving the people of God and her community. She is the proud owner of Pearls Child Development Program, a Syracuse-based business and also teaches parenting skills, having earned an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education from Empire State College. Born and raised in Albany, New York in her close knit family of Mom, one sister, and two brothers, Pastor Rudisell is the mother of three adult children and grandmother of eight awesome grands. Her passion is spending time with family, working with young children, and helping them to grow from healthy roots. In her own words: “In order for me to be successful in God I must stay on the daily path of growing spiritually, so that I will be able to preach, teach, and influence others through the Word of God.” It is fitting then that Pastor Scott's favorite scripture is I Corinthians 15:58: “So, my dear brothers and sisters, be strong and immovable. Always work enthusiastically for the Lord, for you know that nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless.”

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