I grew up here in Montreal, and was gripped by the Gospel at the age of 19. After years of discipleship and mentoring I sensed the Lord’s calling to ordained ministry. I did my undergraduate work at Tyndale University, College and Seminary, and my graduate studies at Concordia University. In 2006 I began working as the Youth Director at an Anglican church, and thus began my journey on the Canterbury trail. My wife, Kim, and I have two boys, Jacob and Elliott, and are grateful to have been a part of Emmaus since 2011.
I am a wife, and a mother of five. At Emmaus I am responsible for correspondence and communication, for certain aspects of the Sunday service, and some bookkeeping. Ask me any question and I will do my best to find the answer or the best person to respond.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre from UFV, and received my certification to teach high school after attending the PDP program at Simon Fraser University. I am a wife, and a mother of four children: Andrew, Aaron, Emma, and Owen. In my spare time I read, sew, watch Dr Who, and knit. Occasionally, I also sleep. I am passionate about guiding young people in the development of an authentic, Biblically grounded relationship with Jesus.
After having grown up in Germany, I became a Christian in my early twenties at university. Following my graduation, I moved to North America wanting to serve Christ. While receiving training with Youth With a Mission (YWAM), my passion for God and His Word grew. I later received a Masters of Divinity from Regent College, and trained as a hospital chaplain. After getting married, I joined my wife, Fay, in Montreal and started attending Emmaus. Having experienced Christ’s transformation and healing, I’m passionate about mediating this hope and love to people who are in need of encouragement and healing.