North Santa Rosa

Jay United Methodist Church Welcomes Hagan Family

Jay United Methodist Church has recently welcomed Rev. Ebb Hagan and family. He is serving his first appointment in the Alabama-West Florida after recently graduating from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. While at Princeton, Ebb was an assistant on the Dead Sea Scrolls project and was awarded an archaeological fellowship to work a dig in Bethsaida, Galilee, Israel and research in Jerusalem.
Ebb grew up in Evergreen, AL, and is the son of the late Larry Hagan and Rebecca Hagan of Troy and Brundidge, AL. After graduating from Washington State University and spending the better part of the last 20 years in Seattle, WA, Ebb is looking forward to being home.
Ebb’s wife, Emily, grew up in Inchelium, WA which is located in NE Washington State. She is also a graduate of Washington State University and is currently progressing through the Master of Divinity program at Asbury Theological Seminary. Upon graduation, she hopes to use her degree to serve as a chaplain or pastoral counselor. Emily is the daughter of Stefan and Linda Mallory from Inchelium.
They are joined by their three children, Gaston (10), Mallory (8) and Stefan(6). The kids are enjoying the freedom of small town life.


Posted by on Jul 16 2014. Filed under Church News, Local, People on the Move. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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