Contact : Pastor Al
Al was born in Vancouver and did most of his growing up in Surrey in a non-Christian home. After coming to faith at age 18 and a brief career in retail management, Al attended Bible school obtaining his Bachelor of Religious Education as well as his Master of Divinity. He was ordained in 1997 and over the years has served in a variety of ministry capacities including camping ministry, youth ministry and lead Pastor as well, serving churches in Surrey, Saskatchewan and Sechelt before moving to Richmond.
Al loves spending time with his family – he is married to Patricia and together they have an adult daughter, a young and growing son they adopted from South Africa, and an adorable granddaughter. He loves playing board games as well as sports like golf and soccer (none of which he claims to be very good at) as well as walking and going on bike rides with his family. And of course, he loves a good cup of coffee. Most of all he loves preaching God’s Word and shepherding the people of God, and is passionate about seeing people grow closer to Christ and helping them to that end.
Pastor of Chinese Ministry
Contact : Pastor David
David grew up in Qingdao, Mainland China. He worked as an IT engineer for 5 years before he became a Christian. He received his theological education from Carey Theological College and received his Master of Pastoral Ministry degree. David married his wife, Marie, in 2010.
David is passionate about life. He believes that this passion is very important for his ministry. Our faith is connected with our daily lives. God walks among us through the work of Jesus Christ and Holy Spirit in our daily lives. David focuses his ministry on the connection between faith and life.
Contact : Vivian
Vivian is delighted to be serving the Lord as Broadmoor's administrative assistant since October 2015. Her job is to look after the administrative duties in the office, greet visitors, facility rentals and ordering of supplies for our ministries. Her goal is to serve and support all staff and volunteers, providing them as much assistance as possible so that together we can be the body of Christ, as brothers & sisters, to glorify our God, Jesus Christ!