Reverend Dr. Scott Stewart
Reverend Dr. Scott Stewart, a native Texan with New England roots, is an innovative and energetic leader. A person of many talents, being involved in lay ministry and growing in numerous leadership roles. Rev. Stewart responded to God’s calling into the ordained ministry in 1992. He is an Ordained Elder in the New England Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church and a graduate of Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) with a Doctorate of Ministry and Master of Divinity degree. He is also a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University (Nacogdoches, TX) with a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology and Associate of Arts degree from Lon Morris College (Jacksonville, TX).
Rev. Stewart has authored many books, his recent works include:
- Three Spheres of Evangelism: Worship, Discipleship, and Mission
- Anthology: Essays in Biblical Literature
- The Living Water: Cleansing The Ecological Sin
- The Book of Job: A Bible Study
- The Gospel of Mark: A Bible Study
- Mosaic of the Christian Belief: Ten Doctrines of the Church
- Three Generations Of GOOD OLD YANKEE FOOD: Recipes suitable for Texan Palates
Rev. Scott and Cynthia Stewart have been married since 1984. They have a solid marriage built on love, friendship, respect, and centered on Christian values. They especially enjoy being with friends and family and opening their home to them. Nothing is more fun than having a home filled with those you care about.
A word from our pastor. . . . .
In times like these in which our lives are lived, I wonder what could be more important than a vital spiritual community drawn together by the unfolding of the human spirit. At Clinton United Church it’s unmistakable: it’s a community joined by a covenant of care and love, and of commitment to the highest possibilities of a life centered on Christ, and every person whose lives it may touch. If you haven’t experienced this congregation, consider this a warm invitation to visit
Jennifer Wile Jacobs joined us in 2007 as the Administrative Assistant. She grew up in Bolton, Massachusetts and spent summers on Cape Cod. While attending Rhode Island School of Design, she met and married her husband, Fred Jacobs. After graduation with a BFA in Design, they lived for three years in North Truro but finally settled in Clinton where they have been for thirty years, to be near family and raise two children. Jennifer has taught a variety of workshops in fiber arts and does sewing and design work including apparel and home decorating projects for private clients in the local area as well as Cape Cod and New York City. An interest in computer graphic design has brought her to use her design skills in website construction
Jennifer manages the office at the United Church of Clinton where her duties include producing the bulletin each week, a newsletter every month and maintaining the website. She can be reached at the church office Monday through Thurs 9:00 am until 12:30 pm at 978-365-9232 or at email@example.com
For many in our church family, Allan’s musical gifts need no introduction. But for those who are new to our church, neighborhood, town or local community, know that you are in for musical treats as we grow our music ministry with Allan playing the two keyboards had helping us prepare for each worship service ahead of time. A native of Clinton, Allan has compositions performed in the United States and Europe. “From The Ruins Of An English Castle” premiered at the Paris Conservatory in 1963 and his Tone Poem, “The Devil’s Gate”, was premiered by the Worcester Symphony in 1969, receiving critical acclaim from the late music critic, Raymond Morin. Allan also performed George Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F on the same program. A popular composition, “For My Love On Valentine’s Day”, (written for wife Donna) has become a Thayer Symphony concert tradition since the early 1990’s. As a jazz pianist, he has performed with Buddy DeFranco, Henry Mancini, Bob Hope, Patrice Munsell and Diahann Carroll. Other musical activities include founder and musical creator of the Worcester Pro Jazz Ensemble and the Worcester Theatre Orchestra. He was a piano instructor and co-director of the Jazz Studies program at Clark University for 22 years, piano instructor and Director of the Music Division at the Performing Arts School of Worcester, piano instructor at the Joy of Music Program in Worcester and the Thayer Performing Arts Center.