PO Box 1704
Brewster, MA 02631
Alan Wilmot grew up in the small town of Childersburg Alabama, and graduated Auburn University with a Bachelor’s degree in Religion in December of 1982. He then attended Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX, during which he completed four units (one year) of Clinical Pastoral Education at Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth. While there he also married and graduated with a Master of Divinity in July of 1987. Alan and his wife moved to Ohio with their newborn son, where Alan was the pastor of the West Mansfield Baptist Church from June of 1988 until June of 1991.
He then entered the Navy as a chaplain. Chaplain Wilmot’s Navy career included assignments to three Navy ships, overseas at Souda Bay, Crete, Greece, the Marine Corps in North Carolina,the Coast Guard at the Air Station Cape Cod and the Base Chapel of Naval Station Norfolk.
While assigned to the aircraft carrier “ Enterprise”, Chaplain Wilmot was ordained as an Anglican priest for the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA) by Bishop Martyn Minns on February 21, 2009.
In 2011, Father Alan responded to a vacancy posted for the pastor of the Anglican Church of the Resurrection, Brewster Massachusetts and in January of 2011 was selected as their Vicar. Having fallen in love with the Cape while being the Command Chaplain of Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod, this was a dream come true. He, his wife and son arrived on Cape Cod in late January,and quickly began his ministry. Their daughter remained in Virginia. Father Wilmot was installed formally as pastor by Bishop Bill Murdoch of the Anglican Diocese of New England Saturday May the 19th,appropriately enough on Armed Forces Day.