Minister – Rev. Craig Donnelly
Craig thoroughly enjoys ministering in large, active churches with dedicated people from all walks of life, who are committed to accomplishing God's work in the world. He believes living by Christian values is tremendously important and church community helps it happen. His wife, Dawn, is a community dietitian, and together they have three wonderful children: Madeline, Benjamin, and Tamara. He likes keeping physically active, tending to his modest garden, and feeding his backyard squirrels, chipmunks and birds. And his door is always open for anyone to stop by anytime for any reason!
Director of Music: Erwin Stroobach
A man of many, many gifts, Erwin is a talented organist and composer as well as the leader of the Cambridge Street Singers adult choir, the Voices of Victory youth choir, and the church's Bellchoir. Angelique Stroobach leads the Cherub Choir for young children.
Congregational Designated Ministry Lay Person: Nancy Payne
Although Nancy's job description focuses on pastoral care and visiting in her part-time role with the church, you might also find her hanging out with the youth group, teaching Sunday school or participating in church theatricals. In her other work, she is a journalist and communications trainer.
Custodian: Walt Radda
The church's CHO (chief hospitality officer), Walt welcomes, fixes, helps, finds, creates, carries, cleans and so much more. In addition to knowing the building inside out, Walt is a talented award-winning cartoonist.
Office Administrator: Pam Burtt
Keeping track of our busy church and providing information, support, administrative help and office services would be more than enough for most people, but Pam is also a dedicated volunteer with Hospice Kawartha Lakes, Girl Guides, Habitat for Humanity, and the church's Prayer Shawl Ministry. (Oh, and that's her soothing voice on our answering machine.)
Board Chair: Joanne Winter
A teacher-librarian at I.E. Weldon S.S., Joanne is the volunteer chair of the church's board. She is a member of the Bellchoir, teaches Sunday school, helps with Voices of Victory activities and contributes in a million other quiet ways to the life of the church.