Rev. Kenya Lovell

University Chaplain & Director of Religious Life

Rev. Kenya M. Lovell is an ordained elder in the United American Freewill Baptist Church and serves as the Director of Religious Life/University Chaplain at Bethune-Cookman University.

Rev. Lovell is actively involved in the community as a mentor, counselor, orator, and teacher.  She has a passion to help people live into their purpose and strives to be an impetus for positive change and the furthering of God's kingdom.

Rev. Lovell served as the Minister of the Central Eleuthera Region of the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church for almost three years.  This assignment included "one church in five locations" and three community outreach ministries. 

Rev. Lovell graduated from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology with a Master’s of Divinity.  Her concentration was Religion and Race, and she earned two certificates in Black Church Studies and Baptist Church Studies. She also holds a B.S. from Howard University in Radiation Therapy.  She is from Crescent City, Florida. 

Office Location: Charles. C. Parlin Student Center 
Office Phone: (386) 481-2275
Cell: (386) 214-2334
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