Randy Scrivener has served congregations in England, Louisiana, Tennessee and Central Texas. He has served four larger congregations, as a Associate Pastor, and rural and suburban congregations as a lead pastor. Prior to coming to Central Texas, he served for three plus years in a Clinical Pastorial Education (CPE) setting, at the UT Medical Center, in Knoxville, working both as a resident chaplain and as a Supervisor-in- Training. He has 14 units of CPE training. He has also served as an Interim Pastor, in Sevierville, Tennessee.
In the Central Texas Conference he has served FUMC Georgetown (5 years, Associate Pastor), Hertiage UMC and FUMC Grapevine (5 years), and Hewitt FUMC (8 years). Before becoming an Elder, he served in three different settings as a Youth Director. He has been an Elder in the UMC since 1988.
Randy grew up in Rockville, Maryland, and Metarie, Louisana. He became active in church in high school, through his church's youth program, and was active in campus ministry throughout his time in college. He has degrees from Louisana State Universary (BS, History) and Southern Methodist Universary (Master of Divinity, Perkins School of Theology). He and his wife, Naomi have a son, Nathan, who is a junior and taking classes at Texas Tech/Waco.
Randy's hobbies include music, cooking, reading, writing, and running. He also enjoys traveling, and has done one Pastoral Exchange (6 weeks in the Summer of 2007) in England. He has enjoyed, and has learned much from, each of his appointments. He looks forward to what the future holds in his ministry.