About Me: 

I was born and raised in Sarnia, studied mostly in Toronto, and have spent the last 25 years earning a living and raising a family in St.Catharines. I am a renovator by trade. I am a charter member of Jubilee Fellowship CRC and have served on its worship committee and music teams much of that time. My father, Herman, was a church organist and choir director. I continue my own, long-term love for church music and worship.

Interests: 

Outside of work and church and home, my interests include singing in Chorus Niagara, canoeing and camping, photography, web and database design.

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Symposium

So we're heading out to go to the Symposium. Save travels to all fellow goers. Is there going to be a 'Network' desk somewhere on Calvin's campus where we can, like, network?
Worship
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