Dr. Rosemary Herron is an ordained minster in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in America (CPCA). She serves as the Pastor of the Ransom Temple CPCA in Nashville, TN.
In 1997, Dr. Herron served as Chaplin for the Tennessee House of Representatives. She also served on the Committee for Community Outreach and Social Development (2000-2002).
Dr. Herron served as a faculty member of the C.H. Mason System of Bible Colleges from 2000-2002 and the Word of Life Bible Institute from 2003-2005.
In 2006 Dr. Herron founded “A Voice of Hope for Africa’s Children” a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide evangelism, health care, education, and resources for Pan-African children.
Prior to coming to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in America, Dr. Herron served in many areas of ministry, which include, Youth Director, Director of Missions and Outreach, Minister of Music, and Assistant Pastor of the Cathedral of Praise Church of God in Christ.
She has been involved in domestic and foreign missions since 1995 carrying the ministry of salvation and healing through Jesus Christ to the mission fields of Mexico, West Africa, South Africa as well as the USA.
Her academic pursuit has afforded her earned degrees in Banking/Accounting, Occupational Therapy and ultimately a Master’s degree (2002) and Doctoral degree of Ministry in Theology from Covington Theological Seminary (2007).