For Rachel Dorman-Wells, accepting a position as the youth leader in the Southern Chester County Community Bible Study (CBS) was a natural extension of her involvement with First Baptist Church.
Dorman-Wells is an active leader on the worship team, a board member of J.A.M. Christian Daycare, and an involved member of First Baptist.
Armed with the time worshipping at First Baptist and the wisdom she has garnered from Pastor Dan, Rachel realized that there is a great need for reaching out to our community, and accepted the position as Director of Children and Youth with CBS.
Several years ago, after being challenged to personally grow herself,
Rachel set out to find a place where she could do so with like-minded people, and stumbled upon CBS. She was drawn to their in-depth Bible study and interdenominational mindset.
“That is why the interdenominational aspect of CBS is so appealing,” she said. “We all come from different backgrounds and faith walks, but we all love and
worship the same GOD! That alone and being able to function so well is a great example to all Christians of how we should walk and treat each other in brotherly/sisterly love. “
After a year of studying with the group, she was asked to become a
children’s teacher and has spent the last three years guiding the children.
This year she was approached about taking on the position of director of Children and Youth. She has already started her new role, but classes will not begin until September.
Rachel spent an intense weekend in Colorado where she was educated, prayed over, and blessed with worshiping with other God-driven individuals.
In her new position, Rachel will be “shepherding the new teachers and moms as well as making sure all the childrens’ needs are met.”
Consider joining Rachel at CBS on Thursdays starting in September. They meet at Willowdale Chapel in Jennersville and will be studying the Book of Isaiah.
If you have any questions, feel free to talk to Rachel or go online at