About Pastor Colin Landry and Family
Colin Landry is the third senior pastor of EBC, having assumed the position in late 2005. He and Tonia (and at that time, three boys) moved to New England from Denver, CO. Their family has now expanded by two daughters.
Colin holds an MDiv from Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Virginia Beach.
You can contact Pastor Landry at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (617) 244-5733 if you have any questions.
About Our Deacons
Originally from Anderson, SC, Nick and his wife (Michele) moved with their daughter (Anna Beth) to Boston in 2007 to pursue career and musical opportunities. Nick is an active trombonist and keyboardist in the area, currently serving as EBC’s organist. While music and career served as the impetus for their move, they were soon led to EBC and became members in 2008. It became increasingly clear that God’s leading brought them to Boston in order to be a part of this solid, vibrant, and compassionate church body. Since moving to Boston, another daughter (Brooklyn) was born in 2009. Nick currently serves as the Director of Operations for the Nashua (NH) Symphony and as principal trombone and operations representative for the MA Air National Guard Band of the Northeast.
Lincoln is a graduate student. He and his wife Abby live in Waltham with their daughter.
Steven grew up in upstate New York with his parents and two younger brothers. He moved to Massachusetts after college and works as an IT Professional. He enjoys the Boston area because he gets to meet college students from around the world and learn about their different customs, cultures, and food. In church, he plays the piano, and helps with the children’s ministries.
In his free time, Steven enjoys playing basketball, skiing, hiking, going to Celtics games, and learning new music on the piano. Steven and his wife, Meredith, have one daughter, Henrietta.
One of Steven’s favorite verses is I Samuel 12:24 which reads, “Only fear the LORD and serve Him faithfully with all your heart; for consider what great things He has done for you.”