Aaron Miles Treadwell is a native of Wheaton, IL and he is the first child of Elliott and Venita Treadwell. In 2008, he accepted God’s call to preach the liberating Gospel of Jesus Christ. He is an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Rev. Treadwell is a graduate of both Florida State University with a Bachelor in Political Science and Religion, and Emory University: Candler School of Theology where he received his Masters of Divinity in 2011. Upon graduation from Candler, Rev. Treadwell went into full time pastoral ministry in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. During his time as an associate and senior pastor, God has inspired him to look outside the church in order to meet the needs of the community. Rev. Treadwell has been privileged to serve the following congregations:
Oak Grove, Chattahochee, Florida (Senior Pastor)
Metropolitan, Washington, D.C. (Associate Minister)
Bethel, Tallahassee, Florida (Associate Minister)
Stewart Memorial, Perry, Florida (Senior Pastor)
Rev. Treadwell has also been active in the academy while serving as a minister. He is a current member of the Florida Annual Conference Board of Examiners, and a Visiting Professor at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in the Philosophy Department. At FAMU, Rev. Treadwell teaches religion, including textual interpretation and religious history.
Rev. Treadwell has also completed a M.A.S.S. in History from FAMU, and is on schedule to earn a Ph.D. in History from the Howard University(D.C.) Spring 2016. His research is focused on the history of the A.M.E. Church's nationalism during the Civil War and the theological ramifications of its application. His hope is that his dissertation can be used to identify nuanced forms of nationalism in the black church and black community alike.
Rev. Treadwell currently holds the honor of serving as the xx pastor of Stewart Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church in Perry, Florida.
Rev. Treadwell is married to his wife, Jade, and they have a wonder son, Carter.