Our Governance

We are an autonomous church, voluntarily associated regionally with 100 churches of the Pacific region (BC & Yukon) of The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada. By "autonomous" we mean that there is no governing authority outside of the local church. 


We are congregationally governed and led by a council of elders (pastors) which is led by the lead or senior pastor under the lordship of the Great Shepherd, Jesus Christ who is the head of the church.


Our Elders

1. David Margine

2. Rob Krochenski

3. Aurel Mateescu


David Margine

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Rob Krochenski

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Aurel Mateescu


Lorne Potter

Our dear brother Lorne has resigned his position of Senior Pastor in early 2021 for health reasons. He and his wife Betty have moved to Alberta where they continue to seek God's direction and purpose in their lives. 


Pastor Lorne's legacy to the church certainly includes the foundation of the Council of Elders which ironically has become a great blessing in our current transitional phase of church life. What we owe our dear brother and sister is incalculable and we miss them dearly.

Graham Hunt

Elder Emeritus