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Rev. Alan H. Beasley

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Senior Pastor

Jasper First United Methodist Church

Employment History

  • Senior Pastor
    First United Methodist Church
  • Group
    First United Methodist Church
  • Senior Pastor
    Jasper First UMC
  • Senior Pastor

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Asbury Theological Seminary
  • University of North Alabama
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Web References
Meet Our Staff, 26 Dec 2015 [cached]
Rev. Alan Beasley Senior Pastor
With more than 30 years in ministry, Alan Beasley was appointed Senior Pastor of Jasper First UMC in June, 2011.
Alan is a husband and father as well as pastor/teacher. He and Lori have been married 33 years and have two grown children, Diana and Preston, who both live in Birmingham. Alan graduated from the University of North Alabama and Asbury Theological Seminary.
Alan has been privileged to serve the North Alabama Conference in many ways, preach revivals and camp meetings all over the country, serve the Emmaus community, work with youth in various ways, and do things pastors do. He has been awarded the District Denman Evangelism Award twice and continues to encourage people to be an effective witness.
Alan has basically one interest outside the church and his family. Cycling. Road cycling. Addicted.
Board of Directors | Life Is Hope, 4 Sept 2015 [cached]
Alan Beasley
Church Representative
Alan is currently serving as Senior Pastor of Jasper First UMC having served in the North Alabama Conference for 27 years.
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The speaking schedule for the rest ..., 11 April 2012 [cached]
The speaking schedule for the rest of the week is as follows: Tuesday - Rev. River Delgado, La Iglesia de Los Miercoles; Wednesday - Rev. Douglas, Carter's Temple AME, Thursday - Rev. Dollie Howell Pankey, St. James CME, Friday - Rev. Alan Beasley, Jasper First United Methodist Church.
"Even though these four churches serve ..., 19 Nov 2010 [cached]
"Even though these four churches serve as a spearhead for the Russellville Christmas Mission, it is a community event," FUMC Pastor Alan Beasley said.
"The tickets serve as a way for us to get a headcount of the people who will be eating and also of how many children will be getting gifts," Beasley said. "There is no screening process. This event is an unconditional gift of the love of Christ to the community." Members of Christian Students United, Franklin County Junior Leadership and youth group members will serve as volunteers at the event. "Even though adults will still be present, we're giving the youth the opportunity to step up and take charge of this event as a learning tool," Beasley said. "This is a great opportunity for them to learn about leadership and helping other people." The Russellville Christmas Mission first began in 2008 after the Faith Mission Outreach in downtown Russellville had to close its doors. Beasley and FBC Youth Minister Richard Parker got together before the holidays and talked about doing an event that was similar to what the Faith Mission did during Thanksgiving and Christmas.
"We knew that there was a void that needed to be filled once the Faith Mission closed because their organization helped a lot of people in the community during the holidays," Beasley said. "What Richard and I decided to do was set up a program that would be modeled exactly after what the Faith Mission Outreach did and get some of the bigger churches in the area to participate. Calvary came on board and Tharptown helped financially that first year. Since last year, all four of the churches have fully participated." About 400 people were served each year the Russellville Christmas Mission was previously held, and Beasley said they were expecting similar numbers this year.
"The Shepherd's Table Ministry is just ..., 23 Oct 2010 [cached]
"The Shepherd's Table Ministry is just our response to the calling of every church to be the hands and feet of Christ in the community for those who need help or may otherwise distance themselves from the church," FUMC Pastor Alan Beasley said. Beasley added that the program is mostly a lay ministry that was first organized by church member Judy Matthews.
"When we first started discussing plans for our new ministry center, our pastor, Alan Beasley, told us it would be a place where people could come to know the love of Christ," Matthews said.
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