Crystal Cann officially became a Tintern member in 2010 when her and her husband, Bradley, moved to Beamsville. Since then Crystal has been regularly teaching in the children’s classes. In February 2018 Crystal became Tintern’s Children’s Minister. She loves being a part of helping our Tintern Kids to know about and love God through Tintern’s children’s programs.
Crystal and Bradley now live in Smithville and are kept busy with their two sons, William and Elet.
You can reach Crystal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan finished her bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Tennessee Technological University in 2017. That Fall she began her work toward a Masters in Divinity at Lipscomb University, located in Nashville, Tennessee. She is currently in the process of finishing that degree. Megan is from Kentucky but calls Tennessee her home. Megan has served for several years in youth and children's ministry in Tennessee, but has relocated to Canada to join our staff as the Associate Minister. A primary focus of hers will be the youth program, TRUTH, as youth ministry is what she is most passionate about in the church. When she's not working, she spends most of her time with close friends, doing something adventurous outside, or playing board games. Megan can be contacted via email (email@example.com).
Noel has been working in full time ministry at Tintern for the past twelve years. After earning an undergraduate degree in Science and Education at Brock University, Noel taught at Great Lakes Christian High School for eleven years before beginning a second career in ministry at Tintern in 2006. Noel completed his Masters of Divinity at McMaster Divinity College in 2013 and his Doctor of Ministry at Lipscomb University in 2017. Joining Noel in ministry is his wife Julie who works part-time as a Nurse at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Grimsby.
Noel and Julie have four boys (Devin, Jacob, Liam and Daniel) and live in Beamsville. When Noel isn't doing homework for school, he is cheering on the Niagara Ice Dogs or dreaming up a Stanley Cup parade route through Toronto. Noel can be emailed here.