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Welcome to Evangelical Church of Cape Girardeau
March 2015

"A Country Church in the City"   

Our congregation was founded in 1894 and is part of the great German Evangelical and Reformed Tradition in America!      

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Visitors from Jamaica

Exciting News: Our medical mission partners from Carron Hall United Church, Saint Mary, Jamaica will be visiting Cape Girardeau, the week of April 7-10, 2015. The delegation will be led by Pastor Carlene Walford. I asked Pastor Walford to share something about herself.

Profile of Carlene Walford (Rev)

My name is Carlene Walford, I was born in Highgate St. Mary in a family of nine (9).  I am married with two children.
I received my calling to full time ministry in 2006 and started seminary in 2007.  I attended the United Theological College of the West Indies where I graduated with a Diploma in Ministerial studies and B.A. in Theology (Hons.)  I was ordained in November 2012 and have been serving the Carron Hall Charge since September 2011.  The Carron Hall Charge is consisted of three (3) congregations namely: Carron Hall, Seafield and Cedar Valley.
At Carron Hall and Seafield I am a member of the primary schools board and the Chaplin for Carron Hall High, Carron Hall and Seafield primary schools.  I am also on the advisory committee at the Carron hall high school where I am a member of the spiritual advisory team for the school.  The Pringle Home for Children is a children’s home that is operated by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Island.  It is situated in Carron Hall and I am the Chaplin there as well as a board member.
In August 2014 I visited Canada on a Caribbean Workers Outreach Project (CWOP) organized by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.  There I spent five (5) weeks, visited with a number of farms, ministered and impacted the spiritual lives of the farm workers.  I also visited and preached in a number of churches of varied denominations.
Serving people is something that I enjoy immensely; hence, the pastoral aspect of ministry is where my passion lies.  This area in my ministry gives me a sense of fulfillment as I visit with, counsel and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with individuals.   It is my philosophy that if they are God’s people then they need to be served; it doesn’t matter the socio-economic circumstances, geography or physical condition.

My personal motto is – The Steps of a good man/woman are ordered by God- My Steps are ordered.   I do believe that He who has started a good thing in you will see you through to the end, for with God all things are possible.

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