Eunice is a New York native, raised in the Christian Pentecostal belief. She started work as a bookkeeper in commercial real estate immediately after high school. After several years, she began a family and moved to Orlando. She graduated from Seminole State College with a degree and certification as an Emergency Medical Technician. She worked at Florida Hospital in the Pediatric Emergency Room for several years. Most recently, she has been working with Seminole County Public Schools as an Administrative Assistant, allowing her to remain involved with children.
Eunice remains committed to continuing to develop and grow in business while contributing her knowledge, skills and abilities to aid in her current ministry responsibilities.
Parent's Day Out Director
Soon after becoming church members in 2005, Pam and her husband Chuck became active in supporting the children’s ministries of the church by volunteering in the church nursery and assisting with the Wednesday night Clubhouse. She became a mother to two little girls, born in 2007 and 2008 and, consequently, became a preschool Sunday school teacher in 2012. Thanks to Donna Qualls, she began substituting in the preschool and Parent's Day Out programs in April of 2014.
She considers herself blessed to be the director of such a fine program that has nurtured and ministered to children all over the Conway and surrounding areas for generations. She has a firm belief that, as important as it is for our children to learn their colors, numbers and letters, the spiritual foundation that we instill into our little ones is something that will carry them through all of life’s trials.
Mary is responsible for programming for VPK and the preschool.
Pedro is responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of the church campus. Most days you will find him busy working but always ready to lend a hand. His family is probably one of the nicest you will ever meet. His two boys and wife Anna are his pride.
Reach Up Director
Pam is the director of the Reach-Up program, which focuses on outreach to middle-school students. She has been a staff member at CUMC since 2011. She works to encourage her students and provide a safe environment where they can grow as young adults. Pam, along with her husband, Chuck and daughter, Emily, have also been serving in ministry at Conway First Baptist Church since 2007.