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Craig and Carisa Carr: From RMC to Washington Conference »
After four years as ministerial director of the Rocky Mountain Conference, Pastor Craig Carr is leaving the Rocky Mountain Conference after accepting a position of VP for Administration in the Washington Conference. This transition will take place mid-summer.
“After much prayer and careful consideration, I have sensed the Lord's leading to accept the call to serve in the Washington Conference,” Craig wrote in a message to the RMC office staff and ministers in the Conference last week. “Carisa and I have very much enjoyed our time in Rocky Mountain Conference,” he commented.
Before accepting his RMC ministerial position, Craig pastored at Boulder for five and a half years and his wife Carisa served as a kindergarten teacher at HMS Richards School for one year, and teacher for grades 1 and 2 for eight years. Most recently, she was also vice principal at Vista Ridge Academy in Erie. “It’s hard to believe that our children, Cassie and Christian, were in grades 1 and 3 when we moved here and recently Cassie graduated from Campion Academy, he wrote.
“RMC will always hold a special place in our hearts. To all those with whom we have interacted, thank you for being a blessing to each of us. We will always consider it an honor to have served with such wonderful people here in Rocky Mountain,” he added.
“"Craig and Carisa are going to be deeply missed! They brought a professionalism to their jobs that was greatly appreciated," expressed RMC president Ed Barnett. "I personally will miss Craig because he was not just a fellow worker, but a true friend."”
[Rajmund Dabrowski; photo by Rosie Lema Photography]