Robert ScottThe Reverend Dr. Robert Charles Scott serves as the Senior Pastor-Elect of St. Paul Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC a historically significant congregation with nearly 5000 disciples serving in the Charlotte/Mecklenburg County area for over 116 years

He graduated with honors from Jackson State University with a BA in Political Science/Pre-law. He received his MDiv from Duke University Divinity School and earned his DMin degree from United Theological Seminary, graduating with high distinction in 1997. His dissertation examined The Dialectical Method of Preaching as Pastoral Care in the African American Church.

The Reverend Dr. Robert C. Scott is an officer of the prestigious Hampton University Ministers Conference as Necrologist, He is on the Board of Trustees for United Theological Seminary in Tronton, OH and he was named the Outstanding Alumnus of the year this June. He is also a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity where he served as the Centennial District Representative of the Eighth District, and was named as the Centennial Omega Man of the Year in July 2010.

Rev. Scott was one of the key organizers of A Call to Oneness, which organized over 20,000 African American men to march against violence and crime in St. Louis. He is a General Board member of American Baptist Churches, USA where he sits on the Finance Committee. He is on the Board of Trustees for United Theological Seminary (Trotwood, OH), where he was honored as one of the recipients of the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Award. Before coming to St. Paul Baptist, he served congregations in St. Louis, MO, Lexington and Durham, NC. He is married to Pier Charisse Scott and they are the parents of Charis Jordyn Scott.

It is his desire to be a vessel of God and declare to a broken humanity that God the potter wants to put us back together again.