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The Rev. Dr. Kymberley Clemons-Jones, affectionately known as Rev. KC, is a Connecticut native, preacher, prophetic activist, author, and coach. 


She weaves her passions for ministry, coaching, and advocacy to help women and children reach their highest potential and assist them in aligning with Spirit and their true selves. 

Rev. KC  enjoys using the tools she has learned over many years of advocating for women and children, such as Emotional Freedom Techniques/EFT (Certified General Practitioner) and Reiki (First and Second Degree). 

Known as a creator, developer, and builder, Rev. KC serves as pastor of Valley Stream Presbyterian Church, Soul Care Coach for Restored Life, and Founder of the non-profit organization Community Healing and Caring Center Inc., which houses the W.A.N.T.E.D.  Project; a youth mentoring program for boys


and girls of color, ages 13-17 years old. The program reminds them that they are Worthy, Accountable, Named, Thankful, Empowered, and Determined—The W.A.N.T.E.D. Project is also located in Ghana, West Africa. The Senior Correctional Facility for juveniles houses the program, and each youth must complete the program before release from the facility. Rev. KC is the author of Cured but Not Healed: How to Experience Deeper Faith on Your Journey with God and The Flourishing of Her Soul: A Journey Through Grief, Identity, and Divinity. She has also co-authored seven other books.

She has received numerous awards and honors, including being a part of a delegation to Vietnam and Cambodia with the American Counseling Association to discuss the field of counseling and ways of introducing and expanding the field of counseling in those areas.  Rev. KC was also blessed to teach at Trinity Theological Seminary and the Ghanaian Coaching Institute in Ghana during her travels to supervise the W.A.N.T.E.D. Project – Ghana.


After receiving her Master's degree in Counseling, and a Master of Divinity degree, she successfully defended her doctoral project in Prophetic Activism. Her project is “Encouraging Black Women to Embrace their Legacy of Prophetic Activism through Sharing Faith Stories.” This degree will be conferred on May 20th of this year.


Besides enjoying time with her husband, three children, and two grandsons, Cameron, and Chayce, Rev. KC enjoys audiobooks, yoga, the smell of flowers, and scented candles and is always available for a walk in the park.


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