“Growing in spiritual formation and helping others do the same is one of my passions. The church must make a difference in the world and,” he added, “fresh expressions of ministry must be explored to reach those who are not in the church.” ~ Rev. Todd Bardin
Rev. Dr. Todd Bardin comes to us from Rockledge United Methodist in Rockledge, Florida, where he has served for the past six years. Rev. Bardin received a Bachelor of Music degree in 1993 then was awarded a Master of Divinity degree from Asbury Seminary in Orlando in 2013. He continued his pursuit of a doctoral degree from Drew University, which he received in 2018. He was ordained as a full elder in the Florida Conference of The United Methodist Church in 2018.
Pastor Todd writes “I love using the labyrinth as a tool to connect ‘the spiritual but not religious person’ to the traditional church. I have a heart for people who have been hurt by the church or who are disconnected from the church. I recently learned about a respite ministry and am discerning how this could serve my community in a positive and needed way.”
Todd’s wife, Carmel, is a librarian and they have three children. Matthew received his master’s degree in music composition from The Boston Conservatory and is currently in a PhD program at Louisiana State University. Michael is a freshman at Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne where he is studying computer science. Melanie, their youngest, attends DeLand High School.
To get in touch with Pastor Bardin, call the Church Office at 386-734-4425 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.