NEW OFFICERS TO JOIN SALVATION ARMY QUINCY AREA COMMAND
The Salvation Army Quincy Area Command is excited to announce the addition of new leadership. Captains Brandon and Megan Lewis will join Majors Trevor and Shelley McClintock in service to the Quincy Area Command as Congregational Life Officers. The Captain’s first Sunday at Kroc Church will be July 3.
Captains Lewis have served as officers in The Salvation Army for close to eight years and have served in various places and cultures. From building an urban Indianapolis community center to planting a church in Ottawa, Illinois, they have been blessed by the diversity of the waters Jesus has asked them to step out onto. They were married in Chicago, Illinois, in 2015 and soon added two more to their family, four-year-old Griffin and two-year-old Joanna.
After growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, Captain Brandon lived in Chicago, Wisconsin, throughout rural Illinois, across Indiana, and spent a summer in South America. He enjoys spending his free time serving as a search and rescue first responder. More than anything, he lives to give all glory and honor to Christ and desires to see disciples be multiplied for the Kingdom of God.
Captain Megan is one well-traveled servant of Christ from St. Louis to Virginia and many places in between. She describes home as wherever her family is. She is excited to make Quincy their home. She is an extroverted coffee lover who enjoys interior design and woodworking projects. Captain Megan is currently finishing her BA in Ministry in Leadership and Ethics from Nazarene Bible College. Both Captains Brandon and Megan hold certificates in Inclusive Leadership from The Salvation Army International Headquarters.