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Carolyn Weber (MDiv 1989, DASD 1997,
DMin 2004)
The integrated teaching learning environment
I experienced at SFTS has stood me in good stead
as a PC(USA) mission co-worker teaching in
Mekane Yesus Seminary in Addis Ababa, Ethio-
pia as we partner with the Ethiopian Evangelical
Church Mekane Yesus.
My course load includes spiritual formation,
holistic ministry & development, intermediate
& advanced English with Bachelor of Theology
degree students, as well as the as well as the core
course of our new Masters of Arts in Practical
Theology degree program.
After living and serving and Ethiopia over
the past 22 years, I am now in the U.S. for six
months of interpretation assignment about the
mission we are doing in Ethiopia. Read my let-
ters at
and
contact me at
if you are interested in hosting me to share my
experiences of ministry.
Email:
Website:
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tries/missionconnections/webercarolyn/
Barbara Carnegie Campbell (MDiv 1991,
DMin 2005)
I have served as pastor at St. Mark Presbyterian
in Portland, Ore., for the past eight years. I focus
much of my time on interfaith work in Portland
and leading teams traveling to south-central In-
dia to work in mission with an Indian nonprofit
school, clinic and training center.
I have three grandchildren — ages 13, 9, and
4 — from daughter Lori and son Matthew is en-
gaged to be married next fall. Everyone lives in
Portland area.
Email:
Steven E. Wirth (MDiv 1994)
I served Lakewood (Calif.) First Presbyterian
Church in Long Beach for 10 years, when we
merged with Grace Church, a Japanese American
church. I have continued as their pastor for 10
years. My wife, Kathi, continues as professor of
vocal studies at Fullerton College and Califor-
nia State University-LongBeach. Our son, Alex,
graduated from another seminary in May and
serves with fiancé, Megan, at Lakeview Presbyte-
rian Church in Chicago. I currently serve on the
Board of Trustees at SFTS and just completed a
term as a member of the Alumni Council where
I served as president.
Email:
Bruce ReyesChow (MDiv 1995)
After serving as moderator of the 218th Gen-
eral Assembly and planting a church in San Fran-
cisco, I am now one of those “speaker and writer”
types. I am working on my second book, No,
Where are You FROM? — Cultivating Health
and Helpful Conversations on Race. My first
book is titled The Definitiveish Guide for Using
Social Media in the Church.
Email:
John A. Hubbard (MDiv 1996, DMin 2005)
I retired from Providence Portland Medical
Center on July 11, 2012. I had served there as
a chaplain, interim director of pastoral care and
as assistant director after our new director was
called.
Since then we sold our house and have been
temporarily living in a very, very small apart-
ment in downtown Portland. We plan to mov to
a retirement community in Portland in the very
near future.
Meanwhile my wife continues to serve as a
parish nurse for Presbyterian Urban Minis-
try (PUN), a group of seven small churches in
Northeast Portland. She has a schedule that al-
lows her to rotate through the PUN churches
each week and facilitate health clinics for church
members and people from the surrounding com-
munity.
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