Stacey Harwell is the Minister of Community Building at Centenary United Methodist Church and a deacon in the South Georgia Annual Conference. She graduated from Mercer University with degrees in journalism, Christianity, and photography; then went on to do her Masters of Divinity work at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Her concentration while at Candler was on Church and Community Leadership which includes an emphasis on Asset Based Community Development.
As a college freshmen, she found Centenary and started to plant her roots there because the community was so warm and welcoming. When the position became available, Stacey jumped at the opportunity to be part of this community again.
Stacey came to Georgia as a senior in high school as the daughter of an Air Force pilot and never left. She's lived many places around the world, including England, Arizona, Texas, Virginia, and South Carolina. Besides traveling, Stacey enjoys a good book as well as playing guitar, piano and singing. She also loves playing gardener in her amateur patio garden and drinking coffee or hot tea.
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