Eric Lovejoy

Eric Lovejoy

Rev. Eric Lovejoy is an alumni to Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at PSU, as well as having already served Chi Alpha at Plymouth State as a Campus Minister, and National Chi Alpha

Director, for Fourteen years, so far. Eric remains enthusiastic as he continues to serve students in a way that helps them to achieve their utmost value in spiritual leadership during their time at PSU.

Eric received a combination undergraduate degree in business and political science from Plymouth State. He also served as Vice President in Student Government at Plymouth State, spent a semester in Washington DC at American University and then traveled around the Globe on a Semester at Sea. Soon after, Eric received his Masters from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

Eric, and his wife, Sarah, have been married for Fifteen years. The couple met while they both attended the student organization, Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship, at Plymouth State. Eric and Sarah currently have five children. Eric is extremely devoted to his family while also enjoying hiking, skiing, camping and golf.

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