Hungry 4 Hungary | University Baptist Church

Missionary Carmella Jones in service

Through Hungry 4 Hungary, Carmella has dedicated the next years of her life to sharing the Gospel with the people of Hungary. Specifically, she is working as a school chaplain, offering pastoral care & teaching English at Pannonhalmi Béla Baptista Iskola, an elementary school in Budapest.  
Hungry 4 Hungary is participating in #GivingTuesday to:
1.      Add 50 new supporters to the ministry, 
2.      Raise awareness, and  
3.      Raise funds.
I am asking you to please save the date and join me on #GivingTuesday November 28th in one or more ways:

  • Talent – Add Carmella and Hungry 4 Hungary to your prayer list

Find out more about #GivingTuesday at, and more about Hungry 4 Hungary at

Remember – November 28, 2017 is the day to give  your time, talent or treasure!


Thank you in advance for supporting Carmella and Hungry 4 Hungary.


Serving in Hungary 

Meet Rev. Carmella Jones,

Our missionary endorsed by American Baptist International Ministries  

Learn more about the School Chaplain ministry in partnership with the Hungarian Baptist Aid.

She is available to speak at your church or meet with your missions group about her ministry. For more information or to schedule a time for her to visit your congregation call (240) 381-0652 or email:

If you wish to contribute financial support to our ministry with Rev. Carmella Jones you can do so through her International Ministries web page.

The Rev. Carmella Jones will serve in Hungary as a school chaplain through IM partner Hungarian Baptist Aid. Her ministry will provide a listening presence and pastoral care to individual students, families, and the school community. She brings theological and nursing education to this position. This will uniquely equip her to teach and promote hope for the spirit and physical wellbeing.

Rev. Jones, a registered nurse, and ordained ABCUSA pastor, is experienced in Faith Community Nursing, a specialty nursing practice that focuses on care of the spirit. The ministry promotes healing and health of mind, body, and spirit through prevention and wellness education. As an integrator of faith and health, care is provided in the context of the patient's values, beliefs, and faith practices when providing personal health counseling or assistance with navigating the health system.

Rev. Jones earned her Masters of Divinity Degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in 2012 and a Master of Art in Community Health Education and Wellness Promotion from Trinity Washington University in 1997. In 2015, Carmella was honored with the Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Distinguished Alumna award from Saginaw Valley State University where she earned a B.S. in Nursing in 1981. 

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