Rev. Alicia Hudnall
Alicia Hudnall also known as Lisa was born in Silver Spring Maryland to the late and great Frances A. Black. She grew up in the AME church and has held membership and served in various capacities at Bethel A.M.E. in Reidsville, North Carolina, First AME in Manassas, Virginia, and Falls Road AME in Baltimore Maryland.
In 1996 she married and committed to spend the rest of her life loving Rev. Aaron A. Hudnall, Jr. They are the proud parents of three wonderful young adults, Naomi, Aaron III, and Faith.
She is grateful for the privilege to have served as a Steward, Stewardess, Usher, Choir member, Pastor’s Aid member, Missionary Society as well as the Lay Organization. She formally served the Capital District for 8 years as the Recording Secretary and an Executive Assistant to Presiding Elder Johnny R. Calhoun.
Rev. Alicia accepted the call into ministry in October 2001, and enrolled full time at Morgan State University in January of 2002. She graduated from Morgan in December of 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. In April of 2009 she was ordained an Itinerant Deacon. In December of 2010 she completed her Master’s degree in Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary and Ecumenical Institute. In April of 2011 she was ordained an Itinerant Elder in the 61st Session of Washington Annual Conference in the Second Episcopal District, by Bishop Adam J. Richardson Jr. On April 16th 2021 during the 71st Session of the Washington Annual Conference she was appointed the Pastor of Cowdensville AME Church by Servant Bishop James L. Davis.
Rev. Alicia is constantly amazed and grateful for the love, mercy and grace the God has showered her family with over the years. Philippians 1:6 which states, “He who has begun a good work in you shall perform it until the day of Jesus Christ”, reminds her that God is not finished with her yet!
Rev. Aaron Hudnall Jr.
1st Gentleman &
Aaron Armstrong Hudnall Jr. was born and raised in Northumberland County, Virginia. He moved to Baltimore, Maryland at the age of 18. Aaron accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior in July of 1987 and his whole life changed. It was a few years later that Aaron understood that God had called him to preach the Gospel. He joined Falls Road A.M.E. Church in 1993, under the pastoral leadership of Rev. Arthur B. Glover.
In 1995 he stepped out on faith and starting his own business, H & H Lawn Care and Maintenance. In 1996, he married Alicia Black of Manassas, Virginia. In 1997 he was ordained a local deacon by Bishop Vinton R. Anderson of the Washington Annual Conference. Over the next four years Aaron and Alicia were given three wonderful miracles in the forms of Naomi, Aaron III, and Faith Hudnall. Rev. Hudnall served on the Ministerial Staff at Falls Road for over 20 years most recently under the leadership of Pastor Raymond F. Edmonds, Jr.
In April of 2021 Rev. Aaron Hudnall accompanied his wife to the new pastoral assignment of Cowdensville A.M.E. Church, located in Arbutus Maryland. There Rev. Hudnall serves as an associate minister and the Trustee Board Pro-Tem.
Rev. Hudnall walks everyday of his life knowing that he has a loving Father who has always provided for him and his family. This knowledge allows him to walk with confidence in the God that he loves and serves. His favorite hymn is Lead Me, Guide Me. One scripture in particular that he loves is Romans 8:28 which says, “And we know that all things work together for the good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose”.