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Minister Almarie Dawkins

Almarie Dawkins was born in Saint Andrew, Jamaica and migrated to the United States (US) in August 1990.  Upon arriving in the US she attended Wellesley Park Assembly of God in Wayland MA.  A few years later she transitioned to The Greater Framingham Community Church and 2003 she submitted her life to the Lord and was baptized and became a member.   Since being a part of the GFCC fellowship, she has been committed to serving God and the Church and has served in the following ministries:  Music Ministry (The Gospel Choral), Usher Ministry, serving as the Church Clerk.  She accepted the call to be a Deacon and served as the Chairperson of the Deaconate board. Teaching Junior Churchrecognizing that children are a gift and blessing from God, and helping them love and live for Jesus and telling them about the remarkable things God has done.  Also, being a part of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry, Almarie is a passionate intercessor and believes that we are called to help others through our prayers so that they may have deliverance through our prayers and the provision of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Having a deep and passionate desire to serve God and do his will, she has accepted the call on her life for ministry in being a part of the ministerial staff where she can continue to be a servant and steward, managing that which belongs to God in a way that will bring honor to His name as she continues to show faithfulness and consistent dedication to God, His church, and the ministry.

Almarie currently resides in Framingham Massachusetts with her husband of 28 years Patrick Dawkins.  They are the parents of two daughters, Shereen and Kala. 

Contact Info
Phone : (508) 333-4146
She studied Business Management at the Jamaica School of Commerce, Kingston Jamaica and holds licenses from the board of cosmetology and board of real estate.
“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58