Ken (Anna-Dawn) is the newest addition to our Church Staff and is serving as the Transitional Pastor, working with the Board and Staff to prepare Bonavista Church to be as healthy and ready as possible for the future new Pastor that God is preparing for this beloved-by-God church family.
Marco (Lisette) has a passion for empowering the church to work out the mandate of making disciples of all nations. He comes out of 25 years in the business world as project manage and development director in the construction industry. Now as a pastor, he is focused on building the Kingdom of God.
Director of Children & Family Ministries
Nora (Josue) has a passion for kids, family, community and has a contagious joy for life. Having served in Children‘s Ministry from a young age, Nora has experienced the huge difference God can make in a family and in the life of a child. She enjoys working with a team of people that know the importance of kids Knowing God’s love and following Jesus. She loves community and church and likes to find creative ways to bridge the two.
Director of Worship
Leanne (Travis) is passionate about God, music and people, so being Worship Director is a natural fit. She has the heart of a true administrator and loves to see and assist people in using their passions and skills with excellence for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.
Justin (Jessica) is passionate about helping young people realize their role in the Kingdom of God. Justin spent the last 3 years working with teenagers with mental health concerns and is currently studying Leadership and Ministry at Ambrose Seminary. Justin has been attending Bonavista Church since 1997
While Edith is responsible for overseeing the administrative and financial aspects of the office, she additionally ministers care through a quiet, listening posture that allows her to connect in a personal way with those who call or drop by.
SUNDAY MORNING. 10 AM.
DIRECTIONS TO BONAVISTA
A sacred community where everyone is accepted and will experience God's transforming power of grace and reconciliation