Call to Congregational Meeting on Saturday, November 3, 2018

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The members of Christ the King Presbyterian Church / Igreja Presbiteriana Cristo Rei / Grace Presbyterian Church are called to a Congregational Meeting on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 10:00 AM at Christ the King Presbyterian Church, 99 Prospect Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Business to be conducted:

  1. Elect Deacons

  2. Recommend Assistants to the Deacons

  3. Share updates and information

Meet the Candidates:

Julian Addy was born in Ghana and moved with his family to the Bronx, NY when he was five years old. He attended Christ the King Dorchester as a student of Babson College and became a member of the church in 2015 when he moved to Boston. Julian plays the drums at CTKD and served as the chair of the Pastoral Search committee. He is a realtor in the Greater Boston area and is also an academic coach at Duet (formerly MATCH BEYOND), which helps students attain their Associates or Bachelors degree.

Lilian Ruiz-Addy was born in Boston and lived in Florida for five years before moving back to Massachusetts to attend Babson College. She began attending services at Christ the King Dorchester in 2012 while in college with her now husband, Julian Addy. Julian and Lilian were married on September 3, 2016 by Rev. Dan Rogers. They have lived in Dorchester since 2015. Lilian has a heart for serving and supporting the community.

Maddy Clark was born and raised in the Washington, DC area, where she lived, apart from college in SC, until moving to Boston in 2017. She and her husband, Will, moved to Somerville as Will began studies at Gordon Conwell and quickly jumped into the CTK Somerville community. Maddy works in the Mission Related Investing Group at Cambridge Associates and serves on the CTK Finance Committee.  

Kevin Doan was born and raised in the California Bay Area and made the move to Boston, MA after high school where he studied to become a Physician Assistant at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science (MCPHS). He graduated from MCPHS in 2012 and is currently employed as a Physician Assistant in critical care medicine at Kent Hospital in Warwick, RI. His wife, Anna and he currently live in Dorchester and are expecting our first child on October 10th. 

Andrew Haile has been attending of Christ the King Dorchester since 2012.  He and his beautiful wife, René, live near Codman Square with their two girls, Alethea and Naomi.  Andrew is an Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General.  On top of work and church, Andrew loves baking bread, throwing pottery, woodworking, and gardening.  

Allison Lopez was born in New York City and grew up in Lynn, MA and Miami, Fl.  She was raised by her grandmother in the Catholic Church. Allison has resided and worked in the Dorchester/Roxbury area since 1997 and 2001.  She has four children with the ages of 23, 15, 14 and 13. She and the younger kids have been attending  CTK Dorchester since December 2015.

Martin McDermott grew up in Colorado, attended college in Atlanta, and taught for five years in Birmingham, AL before moving with his wife to Boston to pursue a graduate degree in Ceramics while she completed her residency in Family Medicine. They lived in JP for several years before recently moving to Milton, where Martin teaches ceramics/sculpture at Milton Academy. They have a five month-old daughter, Ada, and a cat named Ralphie. In his free time, Martin enjoys doing crossfit, traveling, and trying new craft beers. Martin has been a member at CTK since 2015.

Steven Pregizer is a member of the JP/Roxbury congregation, where he has attended since moving with his family to Boston in 2014. He works at Boston Children’s Hospital, where he does basic biomedical research. Steven and his wife, Teresa, have two children, Nathan and Gwenyth.

Andy Stuntz began attending CTK Cambridge with his family when he was 10 years old, and CTK (primarily Cambridge and for two years JP/Roxbury) has been his church home ever since.  He has been blessed in many ways by the church’s worship and teaching, opportunities to serve as he grew up, and fellowship within and across congregations -- not least meeting his wife Emily!  Emily and he now live in Malden, and Andy recently began working at the MBTA (bring on the complaints!).