Women’s Ministry Committee Profiles

Shirley-Dubeau Shirley Dubeau is the wife of Pastor Timothy Dubeau and she serves with him in Salem, CT. She is a mother of two grown children, who’ve given the family 8 grandkids and 1 great-grandchild. Shirley graduated from Gordon College with a BA in Biblical & Theological Studies. She currently serves on the Women’s Ministry Committee for the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. Deeply grounded in the truths of Scripture, Shirley endeavors to lead her life – since the time of her late-teen conversion to the present – all to the glory of God. She has over four decades of experience teaching Women’s Bible studies, leading Children’s Ministries and serving the church in many other capacities as a Pastor’s wife. With a personality that overflows with enthusiasm and joy for the Word of God, Shirley is able to connect with and encourage women of all ages and stages of faith. Shirley is a great resource for women in ministry.  You may contact her by email: smdubeau@sbcglobal.net
Sharon-Galloway Sharon Galloway is registered nurse and teaches nursing at Rhode Island College in Providence. She currently serves as the chair for the CCCC Women’s Ministry. She also serves as the Health & Wellness Minister in her local congregation and believes we should care for ourselves in body, mind, and spirit. She loves to sing and is the leader of the praise team, “Spirit & Truth” in her congregation. In her free time, Sharon loves walking and exercising. She is married to Mark Galloway, pastor at Church of the Apostles in Coventry, RI. Mark has been a pastor for twenty years and serves on the Board of Directors for the CCCC. Sharon is the mother of four children and she has one grandchild.
You may contact her by email at sgalloway@ric.edu or by cell phone (401) 524-5971
Sharon Anderson has served along with her husband, Herb at the Snyder Avenue Congregational Church in South Philadelphia for almost 48 years. Her varied roles included pastor’s wife, organist/pianist, choir director, Sunday School teacher, deaconess, counselor and tutor. She has attended and been a workshop presenter at CCCC Annual Gatherings and currently serves as the President of the Eastern PA Regional Fellowship of the CCCC. A graduate of West Chester University with a B.S. in Elementary Education, she also received a M.S. in Lifespan Development and a Ph.D. in Family Studies from the University of Delaware. Retiring from teaching at West Chester University in 2014, she continues to teach part-time at Widener University. Her primary research focused on the transmission of religious values between mothers and their adolescent children. “In light of my commitment to Christ and His Church, I believe that I could make a -positive contribution to the spiritual growth and welfare of the women of the CCCC. I would consider it a joy and privilege to serve on this committee.”
Diane-Wood Diane Wood is the wife of Pastor Peter Wood and serves with him at New Ipswich Congregational Church in New Ipswich , New Hampshire. She is the mother of two grown children and has been blessed with two grandchildren. She is a graduate of U Mass Amherst with a degree in Human Development and is an elementary teacher. She loves to work with children’s ministries in the church.
 Melody Monk (not pictured) is married to Tom Monk and has four children and five (soon six) grandchildren. Tom and Melody have been missionaries since 1986. They have served and brought teams to Croatia, Russia, Ukraine, Kosovo, Haiti, Costa Rica and Guatemala. They serve through EMS-Every Man Serves, Inc. their independent non-profit organization. Melody loves to write and has a several books on Amazon.com, her favorite being, A God Thing. She also represents Trades of Hope, a company offering opportunity to bring women out of poverty, sex trafficking, and abusive situations.

 

 

 

 

 

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