Anthony came to Greenwood in October of 2018 to increase the ministry’s footprint by building on the success of the Pathway House. His passion to empower impoverished people has taken him to the mission field in the Dominican Republic, India, Kosovo, Puerto Rico, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Anthony is a retired Command Sergeant Major with 33 years of leadership experience that includes 17 years in the nonprofit sector. He is a graduate of Old Dominion University and the National Defense University.
Rev. Ken Kelly
After 30 years of working in rescue missions, Ken chose to leave his position as Vice President of Ministries at Miracle Hill Ministries. Ken relocated to Greenwood to open Greenwood Pathway House as a full-service homeless shelter for men, women, and mothers with children. His passion as a Pastor/Teacher for 40+ years has been to see people come to know God's abounding love for them and turn their life and will over to Him to find the life they have always wanted.
Community Relations Coordinator
Chuck began his work at Pathway as an intern Coming from a similar position at Miracle Hill's Overcomers program. He is a USC graduate with a BA in English. As a recovering alcoholic who has addressed his addiction issues, he helps the community to more fully understand the complexities the homeless often face in allowing God to redirect their lives. He also assists the Executive Director with daily operation issues and helps the residents in locating resources and making healthy choices for their future..
Cindy had a 15 year career with State Farm Claims before becoming Ken's executive assistant at Atlanta Union Mission for 10 years. After her two sons were grown, she went back to get a BS in Business Administration from Southern Wesleyan College. She retired in 2013 after 10 years as Event Planner and Donor Relations Specialist for Miracle Hill Ministries. She works part time to coordinate volunteer opportunities for Pathway.
Bruce is the supervisor of the Furnishing a Future program. He came to us from Piedmont Technical College where he was teaching as an adjunct professor. Bruce is a retired Army Captain and a member of the Greenwood Woodworkers Guild and the International Association of Penturners.
Women & Children's Ministry