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AREA COMMANDERS - CENTRAL MARYLAND
Majors Roger and DeeAnn Glick 

Majors Roger and DeeAnn Glick

Roger and DeeAnn Glick are the newly appointed Area Commanders for Central Maryland. Prior to their move to Baltimore, the Glicks served on Divisional Headquarters in Florida, Area Commanders for Greater Birmingham, and Area Commanders in Little Rock. They have over 15 years’ experience as Corps Officers in three appointments: Atchison, Kansas, Olathe, Kansas, and Oak Creek, Wisconsin. They received appointments with increased responsibility commensurate with their demonstrated capabilities.

During a nine-year lull of service as Army Officers, Roger received his Ordination from the Church of the Nazarene on the Kansas City District. For three years, they served together as Senior Pastors at the Weston Church of the Nazarene before DeeAnn accepted an assignment as a Salvation Army Corps Administrator in Kansas City, Kansas. While pastoring in Weston Roger remained bi-vocational and worked for Glimcher Realty Trust Company as the Operations Director. But soon, The Salvation would come calling. Roger would accept a position as the Assistant Director of Development for the Kansas and Western Missouri Division in Kansas City. 

Both Roger and DeeAnn were commissioned in the Witnesses For Jesus Session from the CFOT in Chicago in 1990. They received their Associate Degrees from Olivet Nazarene University in 1990. Roger received his bachelor’s degree in Religion, graduating Cum Laude from MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, Kansas in 1999. He pursued studies at Nazarene Theological Seminary. 

Roger and DeeAnn have a desire to help others learn to balance pastoral ministry while enjoying healthy family relationships and a maturing walk with Christ Jesus. They both share a concern that congregations learn to live together under the Lordship of Jesus in such a way that we truly become a living sign of the kingdom of God.  Our Army Corps should be models of love, forgiveness, reconciliation, and peace.  Jesus prayed, “May they be brought to complete unity to let the world know that you sent me” (John 17:23).  The Glicks also believe deeply in our holiness message and preach that holiness is more than “one part” of our identity; holiness is a way of being in the world — a world hungry to know that life transformation really is possible. 

The Glicks have five children: Emma Louise Muriel Perez, (Johnny), Sadie Grace Marie Glick, Elijah James Frederick Glick, Tressa Rose Francis Glick, and Jacob Allen Patrick Glick.


Corps Officer - Havre de Grace
Sergeant Charles and Major Linda Nickerson

Sergeant Charles and Major Linda Nickerson started their appointment with The Salvation Army Havre de Grace Md. Corps in January 2023.  They come to The Salvation Army of Central Maryland from the Princeton West Virginia Corps.  Growing up, The Salvation Army has always been a part of their life. By 1976, Sgt. Charles and Major Linda entered The Salvation Army School for Officers Training and were commissioned as officers.

On Sgt. Nickerson first appointment, he began to lose his hearing. Unfortunately, he stepped down from his work to tend to his health. He later was married, and settled down in Morgantown, West Virginia and stayed involved with The Army.

After the death of his first wife, Sgt. Nickerson moved to Fairmont West Virginia where he became a pastor for Evangelical Christian Inc. From there he preached at multiple churches in his career, then later became a youth pastor at Mt. Harmony Church in Fairmont, West Virginia.

Major Nickerson continued as a Salvation Army officer for 39 and a half years, serving in Maryland, West Virginia, (Alabama/Louisiana/ Mississippi Division), Florida, NCV, NSC, and KT Divisions. She retired in July 2015, having served a majority of these positions as a single, woman, officer. From then on, she moved to her hometown of Grafton West Virginia to settle down.

Post retirement, Sgt. and Major Nickerson connected and committed their hearts to each other. They both married October 28, 2017. The couple shares three children, two of which are officers, 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Both Major Nickerson and Sgt. Nickerson believe in putting God first in their lives and answer God’s call together by doing his work to bring people together in his name. Their goal is to bring people of all ages to God to help him build his church.


Corps Officer - Middle River
Captains Jumaine and Katie Bernabe 

Captains Jumaine and Katie Bernabe currently serve as the Corps Officers of The Salvation Army Middle River Corps. Captain Jumaine is from the Caribbean, having spent most of his youth in Haiti and Jamaica. He loves the Lord and wants more than anything for others to experience the life-changing work of the Lord in their lives. He also loves all things music, especially playing his bass guitar whenever he has the chance. Captain Katie has lived all over the South for most of her life. She also loves the Lord and her desire is to come alongside others in their walks of faith and help each other through the twists and turns of life. She can be found either in a book or studying a language in her downtime. Together, they are humbled and count it a privilege to serve in the Middle River area and would love to meet you. Come say hi!


Corps Officer - Hampden Corp

Captains Mathew and Laura Tidman

Matthew and Laura Tidman are the new corps officers of The Salvation Army Baltimore Hampden Corps. They come to Baltimore having recently served as assistant corps officer in Roanoke, Va. Matthew and Laura both received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Practical Ministries from The Salvation Army’s Evangeline Booth College in Atlanta, Ga. Additionally, Matthew holds a Bachelor of Arts from Asbury University in Journalism, and Laura holds a Bachelor of Science from South Western Christian University in Pastoral Ministry.

Matthew and Laura both grew up in The Salvation Army, where their parents served as officers before them. Prior to become ordained ministers with The Salvation Army, both Matthew and Laura worked various jobs for The Salvation Army including Corps Assistant (assistant pastor), Youth Director, and Social Worker. They come to Baltimore Hampden eager to advance the mission of The Salvation Army: to help the hurting, and bring lost souls to God.


Corps Officer - Temple
Captain Michael and Lt. Schelika Chisolm

Captain Michael T. Chisolm is an Ordained and Commissioned Officer of The Salvation Army.  He was called to ministry in 2011 and Commissioned as a Messenger of Light in 2016.  His first appointment was at the Houston, TX Adult Rehabilitation Center where he served as the Associate Administrator with additional responsibility as the Emotional & Spiritual Care officer during Hurricane Harvey.  His second appointment was at the Marietta, GA Corps as the Assistant Corps Officer. 

Lt. Schelika Chisolm is an Ordained and Commissioned Officer of The Salvation Army.  She has worked for The Salvation Army for over 20 years before the Lord called her to full-time ministry.  She was Commissioned as a Messenger of The Kingdom on June 13, 2020.  

The Chisolms met in Atlanta, GA and dated for a year before marrying on September 2, 2017.  Their scripture verse of inspiration is, “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace.” – Ephesians 4:2-3