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2017

Jim Fuda, Elder, President

Jim has been a disciple for 17 years and has served the Hartford church in many roles: Elder, Married Ministry zone leader, and Family Group leader.  He has also directed a number of ministries focused on strengthening marriages and families in the church.  Jim and Nancy have led Marriage Dynamic courses in Hartford since 2005, after receiving their facilitator certification from Family Dynamics Institute. He is a business leader and a Civil Engineer with 38 years of experience.  Jim has been married with his wife Nancy for 38 years, and they have two adult children, Michael (age 33 and recently married) and John (age 29).

    

Lincoln Gifford

Lincoln became a disciple in Boston almost 30 years ago. He and his wife, Irene, were members of the French Mission team, and their 3 children were born while overseas. They returned to the US in 1992 so Lincoln could continue his career as a systems engineer and complete his MBA. They were key members of the group that planted the Hartford church in 1994. Lincoln has served in many ways for the Hartford church ever since, including children’s ministry coordinator, deacon, director, and most recently, elder. All of Lincoln’s children are disciples: Sarah (age 26), Emma (age 24) and Daniel (age 22).

Jerome Chisom

Bio coming soon

Jen Cody

Bio coming soon

           

Tim Blake, Evangelist, Secretary

Tim Blake was baptized in 1989 in San Diego, California and transferred in 1990 to the University of New Mexico to be part of the New Mexico mission team in 1990.   In 1996, he moved to the South Central region of the Los Angeles ICOC to work with the singles ministry. In 2007, the Blakes moved to Hartford, Connecticut to work with the campus and singles ministries and they currently serve as evangelist and women's ministry leader of the North Region of the Greater Hartford Church of Christ.  The Blakes recently relocated to Windsor with their two sons Tyler and Tristan. Click here to contact Tim & Samenthur.