|Matthew Bloss email@example.com
“Lead me in your truth and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation; for you I wait all the day long.” Psalm 25:5
My love for the Episcopal Church is rooted in its willingness to be in relationship and prayer will all sorts of folks with different backgrounds and stories. It is that willingness that inspires and motivates my ministry and is one of the main things I hope to offer Good Shepherd. While in college, I began to get more involved with church at a ministry level, becoming involved with my campus church’s young adult group and helping to lead the ministry during my senior year. My positive experience lead me to join the Episcopal Service Corps, where I hoped to explore ministry further, and discern a possible vocation in the church. Through the Service Corps, I worked at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Houston where I served as Assistant Youth Minister. My job was extremely rewarding and fun, so after some serious reflection and prayer, I began to seek a job in youth ministry. That has lead me to Good Shepherd! I offer myself and my gifts to the families of this parish, and hope that we can all grow together under the light of the Gospel.
|Sandy McCampbell firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Children’s Ministries
“I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5.
I was blessed at an early age by my parents requiring me to attend Sunday School and Church. Following in the footsteps of my mother and grandmother who taught Sunday School in the Methodist Church, I learned at an early age that God is everywhere and the Holy Spirit abides. A teacher by profession, I love to share with children that God moves us on a path to someplace we’ve never been before, and we have to depend on Him to get there.
|Steven Hansen email@example.com
Steven is a gifted musician with a passion for worship and a heart for the Lord. He is a graduate of Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida and also serves as the Director of Music and Media Arts for City Church, as well as a professor of Audio Engineering at Del Mar College. He and his wife Angi have three children, Valor, Honor and Selah. Steven helps lead worship for our 5:30 p.m. Sunday evening “Come As You Are” service. This is a beautiful, casual worship service that has a quiet contemporary atmosphere accompanied by Steven’s acoustic guitar.