Karen serves as First United Methodist Church's Administrative Assistant. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in the area of Elementary Education & Special Education from Rivier College & a Masters of Education Degree in Learning Disabilities & Language Disorders from Notre Dame College. She has recently retired from serving for 35 years as a special education teacher and special education adminstrator in a NH School District. In the past Karen has served as a Lay Speaker for First UMC. Presently, she is serving on the NE Conference Board of Laity as one of three layleaders representing the NH District. At this time she is close to completing certification as a Certified Lay Minister within the NE Conference of the United Methodist Church. She and her husband, Richard, live in Manchester. They have 2 daughters and twin grandsons! Karen can be reached at the Church Office by phone: 603-622-8863 or through church email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Christine has served as the Teacher's Assistant at FUMC's Activa-Tree Christine Preschool since 2006. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology from the Universtiy of Massachusetts, Lowel in May of 1987. In May of 1994 Christine received a Master's degree in Manufacturing Management Science from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. She worked for almost 4 years as a manufactoring engineer before becoming a mom. In 2006, Christine earned a Lead Teacher Certificate from Hesser College in Manchester, NH. She has been a member of First United Methodist Church since May of 1997 and currently resides in Manchester with her husband, Wade, and their 3 sons! Christine can be reached at Activa-Tree Christian Preschool - 603-622-6654 or by email; email@example.com
October 2, 2016, marks my first day as First United Methodist Church’s Ministry Coordinator. My education includes an Associate of Arts degree in Psychology from Palm Beach Community College in 1996 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ministry from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2007. Before starting as the Ministry Coordinator, I was a member of Cornerstone Community Church, a non-denominational church in Concord, since my move to New Hampshire from Florida in 2012. At the church in Concord, I was a co-leader of a men’s Bible study group. Prior to my and my family’s move from Florida, I was a member of Community of Hope Church, a United Methodist church in Loxahatchee Groves. At the United Methodist church, I was a co-leader of a group in the children’s ministry, where my two oldest children were students and then youth helpers. I currently reside with my wife, son, and two daughters in Merrimack County. I feel that God has been drawing me toward doing more for His kingdom, and I am very thankful for the opportunity to do His work here at First United Methodist Church. The desire to show God’s love for others and tell others about my love for Jesus and His love for us has increased with the experiences that I have had and what I have been taught about God’s unfathomable love for every single one of us, whether we are ready to accept the invitation into his kingdom or not. I know that through Jesus is the love and life that God made us to experience!
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