My passion for ministry is finding ways to connect with and serve the community around the church. I enjoy working with local organizations to aid in the development and support of families. Sharing the grace of God by doing, has become my slogan. At AELC you will experience an inviting, caring, and open group of people who are excited for the future vision here in this place. I look forward to welcoming you and working with you.
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I graduated from The Lutheran Theological Seminary of Philadelphia in 2016 with a MA in Public Theology. I love the variety of ways I get to interact with our youth here a AELC, teaching Confirmation class on Sundays, running Interwoven, organizing Mission Trips, and other youth events and service projects. I also chair our Social Justice and Health Committee, serving and working with individuals that head ministries such as Family Promise, Opportunity House, and Fair Trade sales.
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Jayne’s background is in Early Childhood Education and her Ph.D. is in Special Education. She believes that as Children of God, we naturally have an interest in learning how to come closer to God. She believes that learning should be fun, interactive and engaging as we share this world with one another. Through activities, discussions, laughter, service, games, and reflection, we grow. Come grow as disciples in this space called AELC and deepen your faith in God!
Email Jayne here: Chrised@aelc.org
Bill shares his love of music with us every week. He uses current Christian music to uplift the focus of our worship every week. The praise team continues to change as in the last year we have added more vocal musicians and a drummer.
Annie Rose Tindall-Gibson has been noted for her poetic musicality, fiery presence at the keyboard, and versatility with repertoire. Dr. Tindall-Gibson made her European debut in Prague, Czech Republic, performing the Chopin Scherzo No. 1 at the Betlémská Kaple as part of a concert commemorating Chopin’s bicentennial. Annie made her New York debut at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, performing Liszt Legend No. 2 “St. Francois de Paule marchant sur le flots” at the event, Evening of Witness. Annie received her doctorate from the University of South Carolina and her dissertation focused on the early piano music of Richard Wagner.
Annie Rose enjoys wildness adventures and in 2019 did a 10 day backpacking trip to the Willmore Wilderness. In 2017 she and her father traveled to Chamonix, France to climb some of the peaks in the French Alps including Auigille du Midi (3,842 m) and Mont Blanc du Tacul (4,248 m).
Email Annie here: Annie_musicD@aelc.org
The "voice" of AELC, Dee will greet you when you call during the office hours of the church.
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