Svajda joins SBTC as pastoral ministries associate

Anthony Svajda, pictured here with his family: wife, Kristen, and their children, Gideon and Grace.

GRAPEVINE— Anthony Svajda has been named pastoral ministries associate in the Church Health & Leadership department of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. He was officially hired by the SBTC Executive Board in April and began work in May.

Among Svajda’s duties will be overseeing SBTC’s Regenesis church revitalization strategy. The goal of Regenesis is to help church’s in jumpstarting the revitalization process.

Svajda has served as lead pastor at Harvey Baptist Church in Stephenville since 2015 and has also served as an associate pastor, collegiate pastor, and student pastor in locations including Jewett, Colleyville, Keller, and Watauga. He received his Ph.D. in evangelism and church vitalization from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2018 and his Master of Divinity in evangelism from SWBTS in 2013.

Svajda and his wife, Kristen, have two children. In addition to his pastoral duties, he currently serves as a member of the SBTC Executive Board.

To connect with Svajda, e-mail

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