Shawn lives on Thorndike Street in East Cambridge with his wife, Hanna, his four-year-old daughter Inae, and a one-year-old daughter Inji. He earned his B.A. in Classics and History from Williams College in Williamstown, MA, and his Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. He has served in various ministries over the last 10 years, including as the Regional Liaison for North America for the Lausanne Movement, Research Intern for the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, and Volunteer Staff Worker for InterVarsity. However, his primary passion has always been the local church. Shawn served on the Pastoral Staff of King of Grace Church in Haverhill, MA from 2011-2015, and was sent out to start Trinity Cambridge Church. He is a board game enthusiast and an ardent Patriots fan.
Paul lives in Haverhill, MA, and serves as the Lead Pastor of King of Grace Church, the church that sent Shawn out with a team to plant Trinity Cambridge Church. He has been happily married to Peggy for almost 27 years. They have four adult children, Daniel, Caleb (married to Hannah), John, and Mary, and one granddaughter, Ellie. Paul and Peggy grew up in the Boston area, and, after living out of state for 8 years, returned to New England to plant King of Grace Church in 2002. Paul obtained his Doctorate in Materials Science from Johns Hopkins University and is a graduate of the Sovereign Grace Pastors College. He is one of the “borrowed” elders of Trinity until we have our own plurality of local elders, and he also serves on the Executive Committee for Sovereign Grace Churches, our denomination. Years ago, he worked at Oxford Pickle Company in S. Deerfield, Ma where he was the fastest pickle packer on the fastest pickle production line in the country. There’s a tongue twister in there somewhere.
Dan is an associate, bi-vocational pastor of Crossway Church, our sister church in Franklin, MA. He also serves as one of our “borrowed” elders until we have our own plurality of local elders. He and his wife Megan have three young children. Dan is a graduate of Gordon College with a bachelor’s degree in Biblical and Theological Studies and a graduate from the Sovereign Grace Pastors College. He works as a Senior QA Engineer at Akamai Technologies in Kendall Square, and is a big fan of fantasy/sci-fi novels and movies.
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Terron is married to Stefani, and they have three children: Abby, Gwendolyn, and Teddy. As a family, they enjoy camping in the summer and ice-skating in the winter. They also spend an embarrassing amount of time laughing at their own ridiculous jokes. Terron is an ordained pastor through the Southern Baptist Convention, and is currently going through the ordination process for Sovereign Grace so that he can serve as a pastor for Trinity. He has a Master of Arts in Theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological School, and Master of Sacred Theology from Boston University and Andover Newton Theological School. He is also an avid fan of the New England Revolution and year-round cyclist, which means he is also a year-round bike mechanic.
Matt relocated from New Jersey with his wife Cheryl, and his five children, Emily, Ben, Ryan, Daniel, and Lexi, to help start Trinity Cambridge Church. Since then, they have added a sixth child, Juliet. Matt is a Pastoral Intern, currently being trained and assessed as a potential pastor for Trinity. With ample experience, he capably oversees our children’s ministry.
Steven is a proud Pittsburgh native who still supports all the Pittsburgh sports teams, but has a patient wife, Lauren, who still loves him. He graduated with a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and works as a Technology Associate at SaviorLabs. Steven is a Pastoral Intern, currently being trained and assessed as a potential pastor for Trinity. In his spare time, he enjoys writing popular-level, critical reviews of video games from the perspective of the Christian faith on his blog.
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