Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God.
Pastor Colin LandrY
Colin Landry and family moved to Newton from Denver in 2005. Colin grew up in Denver; his wife Tonia is from Hamburg, Germany. They have five children and reside in Watertown. Colin graduated from Virginia Beach Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity. He enjoys backpacking in the Colorado mountains. Colin's favorite spots in New England include Newport, RI, Middlebury, VT, and Tanglewood. As an avid reader, Colin enjoys a variety of authors including C.S. Lewis, N.T. Wright, and E.B. White. Contact Colin at email@example.com.
Steven joined Evangelical Baptist Church in 2005. He grew up in upstate New York but has lived in Massachusetts since finishing college. He works as an IT professional and enjoys learning new technologies. Some of his hobbies include running, biking, and playing the piano. He is married and has two children. One of his favorite Bible verses is I Samuel 12:24, “Only fear the Lord and serve him faithfully with all your heart. For consider what great things he has done for you.”
Dan began attending Evangelical Baptist Church in 2009 after moving to Boston. He grew up in the Midwest but has moved throughout the country for school and work. He currently works in the telecommunications industry. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, biking, reading, and teaching. Dan and his wife have two daughters and are expecting their third child next spring. Dan enjoys teaching, reading, and studying the Hebrew testament, in particular Genesis, Samuel, and Daniel.
Jacob has been a member of Evangelical Baptist Church for nine years. After living in ten different states, Jacob settled in Massachusetts. Jacob, his wife, and their three daughters enjoy camping, reading out loud as a family, and taking walks. His career experience includes engineering and management. He is continually fascinated by the counter-intuitive focus on faith throughout scripture as captured in Romans 1:17.