Anastassia Sharpe is currently a student at Princeton Theological Seminary and will be arriving in Paris soon to serve for 12 months. Her experience, theological insight, gifts, skills, passion and presence will be a wonderful blessing to these ministries and our church community here at ACP. It is our prayer as well that her time and experience with us will be transformative, as she is discerning God's calling.
Anastassia Sharpe is a 26 year-old American, born outside of Philadelphia and raised in North Carolina. Growing up, she studied dance and French, focusing on modern dance choreography and becoming nearly fluent in French through 9 years of study. She left home to study Philosophy and Religious Studies at the College of Wooster, where she graduated with honors. That program required two theses, and she wrote her senior thesis on Kierkegaard’s philosophical defense of Jesus Christ.
Anna, or “stassi,” grew up going to a Methodist sailing camp and her home church, Westminster Presbyterian. She has attended Westminster since 3 years of age, and remains a member today. She attended Camp Don Lee for nine years, and later served as a youth counselor for three full summers as a lifeguard, a sailing/kayak instructor, a craft instructor, and a girl’s counselor.
After graduating college, Anastassia worked for her mom’s family law practice as a paralegal for three years. During that time, she discerned her call to Seminary. She is a student at Princeton Theological Seminary, where she serves as a deacon for the girls on her hall, and as the treasurer of the Women’s Center. She will be taking a year off of school, before her senior year, to come serve the American Church in Paris. She is thrilled about this opportunity, and cannot wait to meet you!
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