Charlene P. Kammerer

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Charlene P. Kammerer is a Bishop in The United Methodist Church, elected and consecrated to the Episcopacy in 1996.

Born January 5, 1948, Bishop Charlene Kammerer graduated from Wesleyan College in 1970. She received a Master of Christian Education and Master of Divinity from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. She received a Doctor of Ministry from United Theological Seminary in 1991.

Bishop Kammerer is married to Leigh Kammerer. They have one son, Chris.

Ordained Ministry[edit]

  • Ordained Deacon, Florida Conference, 1975
  • Ordained Elder, Florida Conference, 1977
  • Campus Minister, Duke University
  • District Superintendent, Tallahassee District, Florida Conference
  • Bishop, Western North Carolina Conference, 1996
  • Bishop, Virginia Annual Conference, 2004


  • The Council of Bishops of the United Methodist Church [1]
  • InfoServ, the official information service of The United Methodist Church. [2]

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