Curtis Fox is the senior pastor of the Conyers Seventh-day Adventist Church. He is a warm and caring pastor, and an encourager of the gifts and graces of God’s people. He is delighted always to have members, friends, and guests come and share in the ministry of the church with the goal of being a blessing to our community, and a source of support to each other on the journey of life. Pastor Fox and his wife, Paula Jacobs-Fox, and family are relatively new to Georgia and the Conyers Church and they enjoy the fellowship and the many opportunities to serve in this area.
Dr. Fox is a native of Trinidad and Tobago and served as a pastor in Trinidad and Tobago before migrating to the United States. He studied theology at the University of the Southern Caribbean, marriage and family therapy at Loma Linda University, and family studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
After completing graduate studies, he served as Professor of Child and Family Studies at the University Tennessee, Chattanooga, and then spent 18 years at Loma Linda University as Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences and Director of the Family Studies Program, and served as Department Chair for the last four (4) years of his tenure there.
In addition to his work at Loma Linda University, Dr. Fox served as a pastor in the Southeastern California Conference. He worked as Pastor of the Imani Praise Fellowship in Moreno Valley, California, and then as Associate Pastor at the Mt. Rubidoux SDA Church in Riverside, California for 14 years.
Dr. Fox enjoys doing family ministries and conducts seminars and workshops on marriage and close relationship, parenting issues, sexuality, work-family stress, and clergy families. He is a certified family life educator and a licensed marriage and family therapist in California and Georgia. His wife, Dr. Paula Fox is a Family Physician at Kaiser Permanente. Together, they enjoy serving others and making a difference in the community. They also enjoy cooking and traveling.