Our Pastor

Daniel Corrie Shull is the Senior Pastor of the Burnett Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky- a congregation committed to creating compelling environments in which people are developed into totally committed Disciples of Christ. Under his leadership, the congregation has experienced tremendous growth through the addition of hundreds of families into church membership, creating relevant ministries, implementing Twenty-First century technology and embracing new and dynamic ways of engaging ministry for the purposes of life transformation.

In 2013, Rev. Shull led the Burnett Avenue congregation to purchase and renovate a new church campus which currently facilitates four weekend worship services and a myriad of church and community activities. In addition to preaching four times per weekend and providing leadership to a thriving congregation, Pastor Shull serves on a number of Boards for community organizations and institutions of higher education, mentors youth and is the author of a new book, Detours to Greatness. A proponent of education, Rev. Shull holds degrees from Fisk University and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and works as an adjunct professor for Louisville area colleges.

He is the Proud father of Daniel Harrison and Zoe Elizabeth.

 

 

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