Erica Davis, Worship Coordinator

Acts 2 Staff

Erica Davis

Worship Coordinator

About Erica

Erica is originally from Missouri, but moved to Oklahoma just before starting high school. She graduated from Hennessey High School and then 6 years later graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a doctorate in Pharmacy. She worked as a pharmacist in Kansas City, MO as well as Edmond and OKC until 2019 when she became part of the Acts 2 staff. Erica originally started on staff as the Assistant Children’s Director and has since transitioned to being the Worship Coordinator. As Worship Coordinator, Erica is responsible for building the sermon & song slides, graphics used in worship, and just generally making sure worship runs smoothly.

Erica is married to Kelly Davis, and they have 4 children, Alyssa (15), Grayson (12), Madison (9), and Camilla (6). They live in Cashion, OK and stay busy with school and sports activities.

Get to Know Erica

What strengths do you feel you bring to Acts 2?

I am very organized and love to make sure things are done on time and with excellence. I take pride in my work and always want to continue to grow and get better. 

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Read, do puzzles, word games, sports with the kids.

What made you decide to get involved in ministry work?

I truly believe the Holy Spirit brought me to Acts 2. I never imagined I would be working for a church, but I know this is where God has called me. 

What inspires you?

My family inspires me. They make me want to be a better person, and I continually try to live in a way that they will be proud of.

Who is a hero of yours?

It sounds very cliche, but my mother is a hero of mine. She also raised 4 children while working and making sure each one of us was cared for and felt loved. She is a hard worker and is always there to help out if anyone needs it. 

What is something quirky about you?

I really enjoy British TV shows, especially BritComs and detective shows.

What is your favorite Bible verse?

“I say to myself, ‘The Lord is everything I will ever need. So I will put my hope in him.’” — Lamentations 3:24

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