Rev. Albert Kennington
A native and life-long resident of Alabama, Rev. Kennington retired from parish ministry in Mobile in 2007. After eight years of part-time and "Sunday-supply" ministry, he accepted the invitation of Immanuel's Vestry and the Bishop's appointment to a new ministry in Bay Minette. He and his wife, Nancy, live in Fairhope. They have three adult children and three grandchildren.
Established in 1908, the church is almost as old as Bay Minette itself. The original chapel was constructed in 1914 and stood until 1968, when it was destroyed by a tornado. In 1972, a new chapel was built and dedicated and serves as our place of worship to this day.
To date, Immanuel Episcopal is the only Episcopal Church in Baldwin County north of Interstate 10.