Mark V. Scott

Mark V. Scott

Associate Pastor, Azusa Christian Community, Azusa Christian Community and Seymour Institute for Black Church and Policy Studies

Reverend Mark V. Scott is the Associate Pastor of the Azusa Christian Community in Boston. The Azusa Christian Community seeks to follow Jesus’ inaugural declaration to under the anointing of the Holy Spirit preach good news to the poor. Reverend Scott is a Fellow with the Seymour Institute for Black Church and Policy Studies. He currently works at the Boston Public Health Commission as the Director of the Division of Violence Prevention. He is the Board chair for the Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence. 

He is a board member of the Ella J. Baker House where he helped create the Violence Reduction Task Force. He directed the Community Health Worker program for the Codman Square Health Center. He was involved with Amachi effort to mobilize people of faith to mentor children who had a mother or father in prison. He served in the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives and in the U.S. Air Force. 

Reverend Scott is married with four children and two grandchildren. 


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