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The Anglican Churches of Pentecost

     Chaplain (MAJ) Javon A. Seaborn is ordained and endorsed with the Church of England (Diocese of Ghana) as a priest and active duty   military chaplain. He served as a civilian pastor and church planter for five   years before coming on active duty in 2006. He also served as an enlisted soldier on active duty for 9 years in the U.S. ARMY. He is a graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Virginia Union School of Theology, Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Medical College of Virginia Clinical   Pastoral Education Program (2 units), Chaplain Officer Basic Course, and Chaplain Advanced Course. His current assignment is the Brigade Chaplain for 513 MI BDE Ft Gordon GA.


      His previous assignments are as follows: Battalion Chaplain 120th AG BN (REC) Ft Jackson SC, Battalion Chaplain 67th Signal Battalion 35th Signal Brigade Ft Gordon, Battalion Chaplain 67th Signal Battalion 160th Signal Brigade ( Camp Buehring Kuwait), 

The Very Reverend Javon A. Seaborn, M.Div.

Dean of Chaplains

Battalion Chaplain 10th Transportation Battalion 7th Sustainment Brigade Ft Eustis Virginia, Battalion Chaplain 10th Transportation Battalion 7th Sustainment Brigade (Guantanamo Bay Cuba) Battalion Chaplain 10th Transportation Battalion 7th Sustainment Brigade (Haiti),Battalion Chaplain 3rd Infantry Division 26 BSB Ft Stewart Georgia, 26 BSB Chaplain in Baghdad Iraq (FOB Kalsu). His previous assignments while enlisted include: 1994-1996 110th MI Ft. Drum, NY 1991-1992 USAISC Ft. Sheridan, IL, 1988-1991 HHC 141 Signal Battalion (Desert Shield and Desert Storm) Ansbach, Germany.


      His awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal, the Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon, the Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), the Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait).


      Chaplain Seaborn has been married to the former Virginia White since 18 December 1993 and together they have one son Josiah Alejandro Seaborn (23 months old).


      Overseer Seaborn is one of the founding members of The Anglican Churches of Pentecost, and a trusted adviser to the Establishmentarian and Presiding Bishop, Bishop Brooks. Overseer Seaborn is responsible for securing our endorsement status with the Department of Defense which recognizes our ordained clerics as clergy eligible for placement as chaplains within the United States Military. His experience in the military, especially as chaplain, uniquely equips him to develop and implement the vision for our Chaplains Corps for optimal growth, development and success.