Jennifer Hart exudes joy and positivity as a Christian lady who is grateful for her successes and smiles continuously. Her talents are many and she uses them all.
Hart came to Bellamy United Methodist Church in Gloucester in 2016 to become Director of Children’s Ministries. Her nursing abilities have been utilized also as she aids children and adults.
She grew up under her father’s guidance and inspiration, and was taught early to give and help others less fortunate. Tears began as she told how her father cooked in a soup kitchen, and because she was too small to cook, she served food. Hart said he was her role model then and still is. She related how she saw a child with a “beat-up doll” holding it close as if it were most precious. She then told her dad to take all her toys and give them away; she didn’t need them.
At 18, Hart went into the Medical Reserve Corps becoming an Army Combat Medic, serving eight years. She said as an Army medic she loved “hanging out of helicopte...
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