The Rev. Hilda M. Campbell is an advocate, poet, professor, clergy member, and most importantly G-Mom to Jamar, whose story she shares with an urgent plea for uniting against violence and uplifting the people of Chester City. Rev. Campbell, a full time minister, is the new pastor at Siloam United Methodist Church and Trinity United Methodist Church, both located in the city. She currently serves as director of human relations and leadership ministries with the conference. She is a graduate of Manna Bible College of Philadelphia and holds an undergraduate degree in applied science/construction technology from Delaware Technical Community College. Read more about the incredible work of Rev. Hilda M. Campbell in the Delco Times here.

"Jamar's Incredible Life" by Rev. Hilda M. Campbell

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