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Reverend Drusilla Harvin

Reverend Harvin accepted her call to preach in March 1995, after retiring from the Military.  


Reverend Harvin was actively involved with the history making of the Northeast Conference Women in Ministry being formed in 1998 and served on the Executive Board as the Financial Secretary.  


Reverend Harvin began her pastoral ministry in December 2004 in the Central Conference, Wateree District. Reverend Harvin has exemplified distinction as a great leader and a role model, as she being the 1st Female to pastor Historic Trinity, Manning for Two years, the Conway Circuit, Conway for One year, Bethlehem, Rains, for four years, and currently St Paul, Dillon going into her sixth years. Many souls have been saved, burned mortgage, paid off debts, established Investment Accounts, implemented new ministries, made major repairs and renovations to three Churches, etc.


Reverend Harvin has been elected as Alternate Delegate to the General Conference.  Currently, she is on her sixth - year tenure as Conference Coordinator.  Through her leadership, the Conference has consistently supported Allen University with a financial contribution totaling “Seventeen Thousand, and Four Hundred Dollars.”  Hitting the ground running they opened a Checking Account, established Annual Worship Services, and sought ways to unite the WIM.  The Conference has supported smaller Churches with financial contribution, attended funerals of WIM, gave Resolutions, monetary gifts, sympathy and get well cards.  The Conference held their 1st Women Conference, with the 1stBlack Female Mayor as Guest Speaker of Conway, SC.  Held two Annual Luncheon during Annual Conference which were implemented by Reverend Harvin.  Recently hosted a Virtual Domestic Violence Awareness presentation by Zoom, with the Pee Dee Coalition, with Mrs. Cynthia Blue and Attorney Valerie Gardner as Presenters.  We have partnered with the Pee Dee Coalition and presented them with a “One Hundred Dollar.” 


Finally, Reverend Harvin has demonstrated excellent leadership as a Pastor, Conference Coordinator, and a Woman of God.  She is supportive of the AME Church on all levels of the Episcopal District and the Connectional Women in Ministry.  

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