Rev. Aaron Rogers
Rev. Aaron Rogers is a passionate pastor and nonprofit leader in St. Louis, MO. Rev. Rogers received his B.S. from Bradley University and his M. Div from Eden Theological Seminary. He also studied public administration at Rutgers University, and received a certificate in nonprofit management from the Institute of Ethical Leadership based in the Rutgers Business School.
In his 8+ years of nonprofit leadership, Rev Rogers has served nonprofits, churches, and foundations. Most notably, Rev. Rogers served as the Associate Executive Director of the Newark Mentoring Movement and the Associate Minister of Stewardship and Development at the historic Riverside Church in Harlem NY. Rev. Rogers regularly preaches and provides workshops on religious fundraising, radical generosity, and racial justice. He currently serves as a Health Equity Consultant in the city of St. Louis, sitting on the advisory board of the Arts and Education Council's Art and Healing Initiative and serves on the Community Governance Board for the Racial Healing and Justice Fund.
In addition to development and communication consulting for a variety of churches and initiatives, Rev. Rogers currently serves as the Director of Mission and Theology for Faith for Justice and clergy associate for Trinity Episcopal Church in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis.