Rev. Scott Prouty
Position: Pastor, Confirmation Teacher, Youth Faith in Action Leader
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Pastor Scott grew up in Redwood Falls. In 2002, he was called back to serve his home church. Scott is a graduate of Mankato State University with a major in Speech Communications and a minor in Gerontology. During college, he took a two year break to help care for his grandma who was suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. He received his Masters of Divinity degree from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary with a concentration in Pastor Care and Counseling. One year of his seminary education was spent in Seoul, South Korea as a seminary exchange student. His first call was at the First Presbyterian Church in Little Rock, Iowa for seven years where he met his wife, Pamela, who is also an ordained Presbyterian minister. They have three children, Elizabeth, a college student, Julia, a 12th grader, Matthew a 10th grader, and a Papillion named Finnegan.
Pastor Scott has a big heart for serving people of all ages. He aims to plan meaningful worship services that proclaim the Word of God. Pastor Scott likes to challenge the congregation to boldly continue the ministry of Jesus Christ in their daily lives and through various mission projects to the community and beyond. He has an active visitation schedule with our church family. Compassionate, caring and pastoral describe Pastor Scott.
Pastor Scott serves the community through the Rotary International Club as Co-President, the Redwood Area Ministerial Association as Secretary/Treasurer, the Good Samaritan Society Advisory Board, and the Dollars for Scholars Committee. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, laughing, working out at Functional Fitness, watching old and new movies, reading biographies, doing crosswords, playing cards and board games, antiquing, and decorating for the holidays and traveling.
Pastor Scott also serves the Presbytery of Minnesota Valleys as the chair of the Budget and Finance Committee. He recently served for the third time as a commissioner at General Assembly in St. Louis where he moderated the a committee that dealt with Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations.