Congregational Care Staff
The Congregational Ministry staff works as a team and one of our goal is to provide meaningful pastoral care to you and your loved ones. It is especially important to us that you know we honor confidentiality and will protect any information or situation you share with us.
Associate Pastor for Congregational Care
Dolly is a native of New Orleans. She holds a bachelor's degree from Auburn, a masters in pastoral care and counseling from Loyola University of New Orleans and a masters of divinity from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Dolly is currently a student at San Francisco Theological Seminary working toward a doctorate in Pastoral Care Counseling. She is married to Bill and they have two daughters, Sydney Hunt and Ce Ce Hunt.
Dolly began her ministry at First Presbyterian Church as the Associate Pastor for Discipleship in 2003. In her 16 years, Dolly has enjoyed meeting and engaging the visitors and new members who are seeking a life of meaning through a Christ-centered community. In January of 2015 she moved into the journey alongside all generations in times of joy and sorrow in her role as Congregational Care director.
E-mail Dolly at djacobs(at)fpcgreensboro.org.
Our former congregational nurse, Maggie Turner, has returned to our ministry team primarily to administer the Sadye Bowles Fund. To get in touch with Maggie, contact Debby Foster.
Executive Pastor Neil Dunnavant is also available for Congregational Care conversations and visits, as is Cynthia Price Pastoral Residents Rev. Nate Sell.
Parish Associate for Pastoral Care
Doug served 30 years as a chaplain in the United States Army and 15 years as a pastor. He received his bachelor’s degree in history from Georgia State University, Atlanta. He earned a Master of Divinity degree in Pastoral Ministry from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Southern Methodist University, and a Master of Theology degree in Pastoral Counseling from Columbia Theological Seminary. He is also a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and a fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors.
To get in touch with Doug, contact Debby Foster.
In terms of his service to the congregation as a part of our Congregational Care Ministry at First Presbyterian Church Russell is our most senior member. For many years he has been the face of the congregation to many people recuperating from an illness.
Because he knows our congregation so well he is in invaluable presence in our Congregational Care Ministry.