Welcome Reverend Kathleene Card!
The Reverend Kathleene Card is a retired Elder from the Virginia Conference in the United Methodist Church. For two years, she served as an Interim Associate Pastor at A & M UMC in College Station, Texas, on loan from the Virginia Conference. Prior to moving to College Station, Pastor Card served as Associate Pastor for eleven years at Trinity UMC and then as Senior Pastor for two years as at Chesterbrook UMC in McLean, Virginia. She served on the Board of Governors at Wesley Theological Seminary where she earned her M. Div. She has co-authored a devotional book, Pray. Act. Pray Again. with Dr. Dianne Martin.
Pastor Card has worked as both a teacher and an administrator in the federal government, serving as the Director of External Affairs at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and as a Program Director at The Bicentennial of The United States Constitution.
However, whether she was teaching English or managing a staff, or working in the Church her love of God and God’s people has always been the driving force in her life.
Kathleene and Andy Card live in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. They have three grown children and six grand-children.
Reverend Card can be reached at pumc pastor at peterboroughumc .org
- 50 Days Of Easter: Day 18 – Reverend Kathleene Card Thursday, April 19, 2018 Adapted from the Book of Acts Chapter 6 Dear Lord, The community of Disciples grew in number and factions developed. Greek-speaking believers—“Hellenists”—argued that the daily food lines discriminated against their widows. So the Original Twelve said, “It is not right that we should neglect the word of God in order to wait on ...
- 50 Days Of Easter: Day 17 – Reverend Kathleene Card Day 17: No One Stops God April 18, 2018 Wednesday Adapted from the Book of Acts Chapter 5. 29-42 Dear Lord, the religious authorities tried to silence Peter and the apostles by forbidding them to speak of You. However, Peter answered, “It’s necessary to obey God rather than men.” He insisted Your Holy Spirit sustained them. The authorities became ...