Reverend David Langley
Chaplain Langley was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on February 1, 1996. He has been and continues to be instrumental in developing the Chaplain program with the department.
Langley was born and raised in Greenville, North Carolina. He graduated from J. H. Rose High School. In June 1972, he received a license to preach and was ordained in June 1973 as a minister in the National Association of Free Will Baptists and in October of 1983 was ordained as an Original Free Will Baptist Minister. He is a graduate of the Free Will Baptist Bible College in Nashville, Tennessee. Having served churches in Virginia, Florida, Georgia, and Alabama, Langley currently serves as pastor of the Winterville Free Will Baptist Church where he has been pastor since 1991. Langley is married to Mary Marcia Langley.
Reverend Barbara Dail
Lead Chaplain, Coordinator
Chaplain Dail was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on August 21, 2006. She is working to continue the growth and development of the Chaplain program.
Dail is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry at Campbell University with a focus on Law Enforcement Chaplaincy. She is a graduate of Campbell University Divinity School with a Master of Divinity. Dail completed four units of Clinical Pastoral Education at Pitt County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) in Greenville NC, a Level I Trauma Center. She also has served as Clinical Staff Chaplain for the Walter B. Jones Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center in Greenville, NC, and as a Temporary Professional Chaplain and Volunteer Chaplain with PCMH. Following Hurricane Floyd, Dail served for four years in disaster recovery as a member of the Executive Committee of the Greenville Interfaith Fellowship Team (GIFT).
Dail was ordained by Oakmont Baptist Church Greenville, NC, in 2004, is endorsed as a Police Chaplain through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and is a Credentialed Chaplain with the International Conference of Police Chaplains. Dail is married to Macon Dail.
Chaplain Filipowski was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on July 10, 2009. She is a Certified Lay Minster in the Roman Catholic Church.
Filipowski completed her studies at St. Joseph Seminary (1979 -1981) run by the Josephite Order of Priests in the Washington DC Archdiocese. She completed an internship in prison ministry (Jessup Prison, Maryland) and an internship in crisis intervention (Washington DC area). Filipowski completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education; one unit at Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, MD, one unit at Shady Grove Hospital, Gaithersburg, MD and three units at Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, MD.
Filipowski has served in various capacities (grief counseling, arbitration, and crisis ministry) at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church and Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, MD, and St. Jude’s Catholic Church, Rockville, MD. She served as an On-Call Chaplain for Shady Grove Hospital and Montgomery General in MD.
Before coming to Greenville she served as a missionary worker for SOWERS, a non-denominational Christian Group and the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office Florida as a victim’s advocate. She is married to Ray Filipowski.
Herbert "Cal" Sherman
Chaplain Sherman was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on July 10, 2009.
Sherman grew up in north-east Ohio, where he worked for 22 years. In 2001, Sherman and his wife moved to North Carolina and began two full-time ministries. One ministry operates nationally, and the other internationally. Through the international ministry, Sherman has traveled quite literally around the world leading crusades in Nigeria, W. Africa and south-east India.
Sherman was ordained and licensed in 2004 at Bible Life Gospel Centre in Amityville, New York. He is a graduate from Revelation Message Bible College, Jacksonville Theological Seminary with a Master of Ministry degree and Southern Bible Seminary with a Doctorate of Ministry degree.
Sherman owns and operates RITE-WAY Lawn Care in Greenville. Sherman and his wife are Program Deacons for Celebrate Recovery and facilitate Prayer Care (an international ministry) with St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church (SPC) in Greenville. Sherman is married to Carol Sherman who is a Christian Counselor.
Chaplain Wynn was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on July 10, 2009.
Wynn is the pastor of Next generation ministries with Covenant Church. Wynn has served in student ministries for 11 years and on Covenant's staff since 2007. He is passionate about building a student ministry team, being with students and teaching Scripture. Wynn attended the University of Georgia. In his free time, he enjoys four wheeling, Tae kwon do, reading, and just about anything outdoors.
Chaplain Strathy was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on July 10, 2009.
Strathy is the director of outreach with Covenant Church. He has been with Covenant Church since 2003 and is very active in multiple venues as both a leader and servant. Strathy recently launched a new outreach ministry in Greenville, Certain Hope Ministries. He also works with fatherless boys, mentoring these young men without positive male role models.
Chaplain Jenkins was appointed as a Police Chaplain with the Greenville Police Department on July 10, 2009.
Jenkins has been involved in Christian Ministry for over 23 years. He currently work as the Director of Counseling Ministries at Covenant UMC in Winterville, where he has been on staff for 12 years. Jenkins also has been on staff with The Navigators in various roles for 23 years, currently working in the People Resource Department for The Navigators serving as a counselor and equipper for Navigator Missionaries. Jenkins worked 2 years with Corporate Chaplains of America where he received invaluable training and experience as a Chaplain.
Jenkins was ordained by The Evangel Ministerial Association Inc. in 2007. He is a graduate of East Carolina University with a Master’s Degree in Counseling.