The Rev. Christina Cobb - Chaplain
Hi! I’m Chris, the ECM chaplain. I consider the position to be a sort of homecoming, since I completed both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Mizzou. Over the years, I’ve done a strange variety of things, including serving as the City of Columbia’s official garbologist. There I implemented and evaluated the blue bag recycling pilot project. I also worked for MU as a research associate and as a community development educator through University Outreach and Extension.
I live on a farm in Montgomery County with my talented hubby, Michael, who works for Mizzou in construction management. We have three children. Anna, age 8, loves reading and horses. Five-year-old Joshua is mister-mechanical and loves anything with wheels. Leah, age 3, wants to be a princess and loves twirly dresses.As a former Baptist, coming to the Episcopal Church was like “coming home to a place I’d never been before.” I am passionate about my faith and Christian service, but have a quirky, sometimes irreverent sense of humor. I enjoy gardening, music, and sewing, and I'll have you know my beet pickles took Grand Prize at the Montgomery County Fair.