At Franconia Church of Christ, we have a rotation of lay leaders. These are members who have stepped up to the plate to give sermons and design the service. Meet them, check out their message.

Cindy Berlack

 

After their son, Ronnie, a U.S. Ski Team athlete, died in an avalanche while skiing, Cindy and her husband Steve founded BRASS .

Pastor Emeritus Bill Briggs

Bill Briggs, retired minister and owner of Sterling Works, marched with Martin Luther King, Jr. during the Civil Rights marches of the 1960’s.  He enthusiastically supports young people, motivating them to become “movers and shakers” for their generation.  He would love to speak to student groups, of any size, on the importance of marching and how from his experience it is both important and effective.  His passion is Honduras Hope, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of Hondurans in the Yoro area.

Victoria Cole

Victoria Cole leads the Camerata in several concerts a year, teaches privately as a voice teacher and Alexander Technique teacher.   You can find out more about her at her website  Victoria Cole Studio.

Chris Ford

Chris Ford is a senior at Profile High School.  He performs in many plays at both Profile and Upstage Players and will pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Greg Goodwin

Greg Goodwin

 

Greg Goodwin is a jazz musician.

Paula Herbert


Paula Herbert taught 8th grade English for 21 years and currently owns Love.Yarn.Shop. in Bethlehem. She has two grown sons and lives in Franconia with her husband, dog, and cat. She enjoys knitting, cooking, skiing, snowshoeing, kayaking, and hiking.

Loriann Jesseman

Loriann Jesseman works in the medical profession and at the local Abbie Greenleaf library.

Robin Lubguban

Robin Lubguban teaches Math at Lisbon Middle and High School.  She is “Tutu” to three grandchildren and enjoys knitting, camping, hiking, snowshoeing and skiing.

John Vail

John Vail has worked as a carpenter and social worker.  He has a Masters Degree in Divinity.

Robert Owen Williams

Robert Owen Williams plays tuba in North Country Community Band, Whitefield Town Band, Lancaster Town Band, and the Summertime Marching Band (where he sometimes plays trombone instead), as well as various small groups and special occasions such as TubaChristmas .  He sings in our church choir and the White Mountains Camerata and plays recorder, teaching a recorder class at White Mountains Community College.  He composes music primarily for band.  You can check out recordings of his compositions at www.youtube.com/tubarobert
Aside from music and working for the church, Robert enjoys hiking and playing board games and leads a Hike and Game event several times a year.