Paul and Alyssa Clark
Serving in Ecuador on Sponsored Deployment | South America
Paul and Alyssa Clark serve on the North Andean Field of the Church of the Nazarene in Quito, Ecuador. Paul serves as coordinator of institutional development for Nazarene Theological Seminary of South American where he also teaches a variety of courses. Alyssa oversees child sponsorship for all of Ecuador. The Clarks help with Work and Witness, Living the Great Commission, and other programs that resource local churches in Ecuador.
Before moving to Ecuador in August of 2016, Paul and Alyssa pastored the Connell Church of the Nazarene on the Northwest District for over eight years. During their pastoral service they held a variety of leadership roles on the district.
Paul and Alyssa have two daughters, Rosalie is 9 years old and Evelyn is 5.
Going Where the Church is Not Yet
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