CALVARY CHAPEL BELFAST
Our Leadership

                                                                        Lead Pastor - worship Leader

Our lead pastor Greg Huston met his wife Briana during his senior year of high school at Calvary Chapel Christian School. After graduating and a year of leadership training, they were married. Days after their marriage, Greg and Bri moved from their home church "Calvary Chapel Bangor" to Machias, Maine in order to assist a new church plant known as "Machias Christian Fellowship" (MCF).  A few years later the Lord moved them to plant "The Refuge Church" in Calais, Maine. After almost 10 years in DownEast Maine, Greg decided to respond to his friend Storm Gould's invitation to take the lead pastor role of Calvary Chapel Belfast. In February 2017, Greg began to pastor CCBelfast and brought with him his wife and 3 children. 

                                                                           assisting pastor - C.M.D

Travis Huff and his wife Amanda have been married since 2004 and have 5 children.  They have attended CCBelfast since 2011, where Travis currently serves as an Assisting Pastor and Children's Ministry Director.  The family also visits "The Residence at Tall Pines," a senior assisted living facility in the community, leading worship and a Bible study there biweekly.

                                                                      Assisting pastor - Arise director

Ken Richards is an Assisting Pastor and Director of the Arise Addiction Recovery on Tuesday nights. He and his wife Angel have been married for 23 years. They met when Ken was in the Army, stationed at Ft. Riley Kansas. Ken grew up in Fairfield Center, while Angel grew up in Kansas. Together they have three children Jeremi, Ashley and Kylie. They also have four grandchildren Chloe, Mason, Makenzie and one grandchild on the way, Damion. They oversee the marriage ministry that meets twice a month.

                                                                        Missions Pastor - Worship

Tim & Jenna Arbo have been married since June 2013. They met while attending Calvary Chapel in Bangor, Maine. Tim grew up in Belfast, while Jenna spent her childhood in Hermon, Maine. They were blessed to welcome their son Asher into the world in October of 2014, and their son Emmett in 2016. Tim served at Calvary Chapel Bangor for 5 years, and in 2010 was called and sent to serve at Calvary Chapel in Belfast. Tim and Jenna both serve in the children’s ministry, and Tim serves as the missions pastor. He also faithfully serves on the worship team every Sunday and Thursday.

 

                                                                       Assisting pastor - Worship

Luke Martin is the assisting pastor and has been serving here at Calvary Chapel Belfast ever since the church began in the old hardware store. He and his wife, Allison, have been married since July 2010. They were blessed to welcome their son Denver into this world in July of 2017 and together the two have been leading worship for our Sunday Morning services for over 7 years.

                                                                           Worship leader

Calvin & Makaila Redden have been married since August 2014, after meeting while attending Calvary Chapel Bible College in Murrieta, California. Calvin grew up in NSW Australia, while Makaila spent her life in Belfast, Maine. Calvin moved to the U.S in June 2014, and began leading worship along with teaching children's ministry. They are expecting "little red" January of 2018.

                                                                                 Deacon - Secretary

​Charles & Brenda Gould enjoy supporting the ministry and body of Christ at Calvary Chapel Belfast in multiple roles. Brenda is the church secretary, faithfully fulfilling many tasks and roles during the work week. Charles serves as a deacon who is always looking for an opportunity to better serve the fellowship. Together they run the Operation Christmas Child outreach during the year, and their love as parents and grandparents have given them the desire to serve in the Children's Ministry, where they are able to teach our youth about Jesus Christ.