Elders or pastors are those who have been called by God to lead and teach in the church. These are interchangeable terms designating one office. Such men are to teach and lead primarily by dedicating themselves to the Word of God and prayer. At this time Grace Trinity Community Church has two elders and one probationary elder.
Chisso Wang is currently the Assistant Pastor of Grace Trinity Community Church. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Toronto Baptist Seminary. He has a love for the study of biblical theology and expository preaching.
He has a passion for planting biblical churches in countries where there are none. He speaks a couple different languages besides English: Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, and Indonesian. He also has a passion for ethnic foods and a good steak.
He is an enduring faithful fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Pastor Hugh was born in Montreal, and also lived in Ottawa, Toronto and Keswick before moving to Guelph in 2000. He and his wife Sylvie began attending Grace Trinity in 2002 and they fell in love with the biblical preaching, and the obvious passion to see God glorified both in the church and in all of life. Hugh has been an elder at Grace Trinity for over 10 years now.
Hugh and Sylvie have been married for somewhere around 35 years, and have three children. Hugh enjoys reading and playing squash, though not at the same time, and, despite being born in Montreal, he has been a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs since 1968. He's sure it's just a coincidence that the Leafs last won the Stanley Cup in 1967.
Bob is one of the pastors of Grace Trinity Community Church and President of Carey Outreach Ministries, which seeks to train spiritual leaders globally. Bob is also the Executive Director of Glory Grace International Ministries, which focuses on helping orphans and widows in third world countries. Bob holds two Doctor of Ministry degrees: Faith Seminary and Knox Theological Seminary. He is happily married to Dorothy and has four children.