CCCNZ TRUST BOARD

The CCCNZ Trust Board was established in 2016 and consists of up to six elected members as well as six appointed members from among our churches. The CCCNZ Trust Board prayerfully governs the direction of CCCNZ, working together to reach New Zealand for Jesus Christ.

Gordon Fountain (Chair)

Gordon is married to Joy, together they have three young adult children, and attend Eden Community Church in Auckland. Gordon is a Chartered Accountant, former chair of Pathways College, a director of Trinity Lands Limited, and member of Lichfield Lands Inc. Since his earliest times of involvement with service ministries, Gordon has been keen to see a resource centre established, so that our churches and ministries flourish, developing good systems and support structures, as our God brings growth. Gordon is chair of the CCCNZ Trust Board.

Shannon Samuels

Shannon is passionate about building capacity and better engagement through the power and principles of the gospel--starting within the youth and their families within Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland). She is currently employed part time at Tāmaki Community Church, and also actively involved within this missional church, the local school and the greater community. She's also involved with the annual life-changing youth camp event, HM Rage at Totara Springs in Matamata. Shannon is married to Anthony, and together they have four world-changing sons. “But by the grace of God, I am what I am, and his grace to me was not without effect...” 1 Corinthians 15:10

Bruce Stormer

Bruce lives in Whitby, Wellington. He and his wife Ruth attend The Anchor Church, where Bruce is an Elder. Bruce is a Chartered Accountant and has had a long interest in missions. His passion for mission was encouraged by his parents, and Bruce now seeks to do the same for his children and for his local church. He has taken his eldest child to Brazil to visit mission partners and wants to do the same for the rest of his children.

Ane Ponifasio

Ane Ponifasio is second generation in our movement, her parents Pastors Ene and Lilia Sagala were part of pioneering and establishing the Samoan Brethren Churches across Samoa, New Zealand and Australia.

Ane is mum to four children, married to Lui for 25 years, and sharing the roles of senior pastors of LifeChurch Manurewa for 16 years. Ane is also self-employed as Managing Director of Samoa Multimedia Group Ltd in Auckland for 20 years (SMG operates Radio Samoa, Samoa Times Newspaper and MoanaTV; reaching and connecting Samoan communities globally).

Rick Iles

Rick Iles was commissioned into mission work in 1990 where he continues to serve the global church through a NPO which trains business leaders through consulting and coaching opportunities. Rick is
based in New Zealand and is involved at Tāmaki Community Church.

Richard Goodwin

Richard Goodwin is Academic Director of Teaching & Learning at Pathways College, where he started teaching in 2014. He is currently also Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Los Angeles. He earned a PhD in Theology (Otago) and an MA in Theology (Fuller). Prior to theological study, Richard served as a youth pastor for seven years at Raleigh Street Christian Centre in Cambridge, where he continues to attend with his family.

Debbie Bosse

Debbie Bosse has been employed at Northcross Community Church since 2004, previously teaching for 22 years. As the current Director of Church Ministries, Debbie serves those she leads, coaches, grows and works alongside.

Graham Fletcher

Graham lives in Invercargill with his wife Diane Fletcher and attends Rosedale Bible Chapel where he is an elder.   He is a retired chartered accountant and Diane is a retired Assistant Secondary School Principal. They have a family of four adult children, and six grandchildren    Graham and Diane have a passion to make a difference through building loving relationships.


Stuart Bay

Stuart Bay is a Waikato dairy farmer and has had nearly 40 years extensive governance experience to chairmanship level in agricultural co-operatives, including international involvement. He also serves on several Christian charitable trusts whose purpose is to help fund people who study or serve in many churches and organisations to make the gospel known.

His passion is to see the great commission of Jesus Christ being fulfilled in many diverse and contemporary ways.

Stuart is an elder at Manawaru Bible Chapel, and his wife Beth also has had a long service role in church and para-church leadership. 

Murray Frost

Murray Frost is currently an Elder at Rutland Street Christchurch, Trustee and former Chair of Lakeland Park Christian camp in Queenstown and a Local representative for Stewards in the Canterbury area.

Murray has extensive leadership, pastoral and eldership experience within the Open Brethren Heritage movement in Auckland, Invercargill and Canterbury.

As a professional engineer Murray has held many management positions, including a range of regional and national roles. At the same time he has been a Director on over 20 Companies and currently is on three Boards. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors.

Murray is married to Christine and has two married children.

 

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