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Deaconess Rosalind Mitchell


Rosalind Mitchell was born and raised here in Woonsocket, RI and married Deacon Wallace Mitchell in 1995. To that union they have two children, seven grandchildren, and one great grandson. How great is our God.

As a Financial Coach, Rosalind loves working with families and members of her community to help them build their future assets, whether that is becoming a homeowner or just investing in their financial futures. She says she is a witness of God's provisions. When we manage our finances God gives the increase.

Deaconess Rosalind Mitchell has been steadfast and unmovable, working diligently in our Lord' vineyard. She gives all honor and glory to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 

18 And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it.

                                                            NKJV ~ Matthew 16:18

Deaconess Mitchell became a member of the Trustee Ministry in 1996 under the Chairmenship of the late Brother Charles Drish who was one who loved Saint James. You could find him and his mother, the late Sister Mary Drish Simmons, doing their chores every Saturday morning. These two wonderful willing workers set the tone of how a trustee is to serve God and the members of Saint James Baptist Church.

As trustees, we ensure that our Father's house is presentable to receive the body of Christ and that we are trusted and loyal stewards over God's assets. 

Deaconess Rosalind Mitchell believes it takes a team effort to keep up with all the work around our wonderful church and she works with an awesome team of great men and women. 


In addition, she wants to personally thank her husband Deacon Wallace Mitchell, her love and helpmate, and former chairmen Deacon Kenya Abney, Brother Donald Harmon, and Brother Micheal Sanders for trusting her to facilitate the office of Trustee Chairperson. 

She would also like to extend a special appreciation to Brother Derrick Peeples for pushing her to stay on task and working to complete some major projects, making Saint James a sound structure. 


Rosalind Mitchell wants to leave this church in great condition for our children of tomorrow as future Worshippers here at Saint James, a structure which stands on a firm foundation. She thanks the members of Saint James Baptist Church for their financial and physical support of our Savior's House and says she is looking forward to serving us all. 

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