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River Community Church
36367 Perkins Road
River Community Church is committed to providing care for all those within our church family, whether long time members or new attendees. As we have grown rapidly as a church, so have the needs of our congregational family, and so have our resources for m
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learn about God, Shelton United Methodist Church Shelton, WA Meet the Staff
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Our Pastor, Don Shipley
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Contact / Staff - River Community Church
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Rev. Don M. Shipley, Jr. : Pastor
Rev. Don M. Shipley, Jr.
Don M. Shipley, Jr. has been the pastor of River Community Church (EPC) since January 2010.
Don received a B.A. from Baylor University (1996) in English Literature, an M.Div. from Samford University (1999), and the Ph.D. also from Baylor University (2007) in Theology and Literature.
He previously pastored Green Springs Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, served as the Assistant Pastor for Worship at Grace Presbyterian Church (EPC) in Alexandria, Louisiana, and taught at Louisiana College in Pineville, Louisiana.
wife, Christine (Chris), were married in 1997 and are the grateful parents of six children.
Staff of Grace Presbyterian Church
www.grace-presbyterian.org, 17 June 2011 [cached]
Don M. Shipley, Jr., Ph.D.
Assistant Pastor for Worship
Don M. Shipley, Jr. is the most recent addition at Grace.
Don and his wife Chris met while they were both students at Baylor University.
They were married in 1997 and have four children.
After completing his undergraduate work at Baylor, Don attended Beeson Seminary, where he received a Masters of Divinity.
Don then returned to Baylor for Ph.D. studies.
In 2007, Don received his Ph.D. in English with a concentration in religion and literature.
Don is currently a professor at Louisiana College in neighboring Pineville, LA.
Don is Assistant Pastor of Worship, and leads both Sunday morning services.
The Baptist Message - Online
www.baptistmessage.com, 6 Sept 2007 [cached]
Health care professionals who moved out of state in the wake of the devastation of the 2005 hurricanes contributed to the glaring lack of those workers in Louisiana today, especially in rural areas, says Don Shipley Sr., director of the new allied health program at Louisiana College. [Read]
Don Shipley, Jr. received ...
www.baptistmessage.com, 21 June 2007 [cached]
Don Shipley, Jr. received his Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Religion and Literature from Baylor University on May 12, 2007.The title of Shipley's dissertation was Chesterton and His Interlocutors: Dialogical Style and Ethical Debate on Eugenics. Shipley is the coordinator for the Division of Humanities at Louisiana College.