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Amy Fetterman, D.Min

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The Rev. Dr. Amy Fetterman is an intentional transitional/interim pastor, wife, mom, writer, coffee consumer, oldest sister of 6 siblings, and friend who will create mediocre crafts for all your big life events. She loves helping churches in transition hear and answer God’s call to love and serve that is unique to them. Her daughter Eleanor is an industrious kindergartener who loves all things Star Wars and Girl Scouts. Her husband, Dave, is a great chef and computer whiz and is the introvert to her extrovert. Amy has collected degrees from Austin College, Columbia Theological Seminary, and Drew University. She loves traveling, British TV murder mysteries, the National Parks system, and all things Harry Potter.

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Doctor of Ministry         2015

Drew University, Madison, NJ 

Dissertation title: From Stories to Sisterhood: An Intergenerational Community of Women. 

Advisors: Kathyrn Stoner-Lasalle, Daniel Kroger 


Master of Divinity         2005

Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA

Awards: Honor Scholar