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Pastor Romero will serve as the district pastor of five Hispanic churches in the western region of Chesapeake Conference’s territory.
Kelvis Romero recently joined Chesapeake Conference as pastor of the Martinsburg Spanish, Hagerstown Spanish, Charles Town Spanish, Frederick Spanish, and Frederick Canaan Spanish churches in the western region of the conference. Romero was officially installed as the new district pastor during Sabbath worship services at the churches on August 21 and 28.
“We feel that God led us to Pastor Romero,” says Eli Rojas, ministerial director for Chesapeake Conference. “He’s an experienced pastor and evangelist. In my conversations with him, he shows excitement about leading churches to growth, change, and transformation. We are so happy to add him to our Chesapeake Conference pastoral team.”
Pastor Romero recently graduated with a doctorate of ministry degree in pastoral theology from the Inter-American Adventist Theological Seminary. He previously served as a pastor and evangelist in the East Puerto Rico Conference.
“We are grateful for the call that God has extended through our conference to Pastor Kelvis Romero,” says Orlando Rosales, Hispanic Ministries director for Chesapeake Conference. “We joyfully welcome our colleague and wish the best for him, his family, and his churches. We pray that God will use him for His glory!”
Pastor Romero is joined in ministry by his wife, Veronica, and their daughter, Juliet.
“I am privileged to be part of the great Chesapeake Conference team,” says Romero. “My prayer is to continue serving God and to be an instrument in His hands.”