Rev. Tim Kerber : Lead Pastor

Rev. Tim Kerber

Lead Pastor

In 2020 Rev Tim Kerber will complete his 26th year on staff at LCBC.  He is married to Rachelle,  and they have two teenage children.  Tim loves God, his family, his work and his community.  He loves to preach and plan and create and dream.  It is his desire that people find freedom and hope in Christ which invades their daily lives and changes the world. Tim enjoys being active and challenged.  He enjoys road biking,  triathlon, and adventure races.  He loves to garden, work with wood,  and read.  He also loves burgers, pigeons, hockey, and hot tubs.

1 Corinthians 10:31: 31 So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

Amy Hiebert : Associate Pastor Of Youth

Amy Hiebert

Associate Pastor Of Youth

Amy has been involved in LCBC's youth group as a volunteer for the past 3 years.  She moved from Calgary 3 years ago with her husband Keith so he could pursue becoming an Air Traffic Controller.  Raised in Winnipeg, Amy is a Winnipeg Blue Bomber fan and can be found watching football (CFL and NFL) on any given Sunday, (and Thursday, and Friday, and Saturday, and Monday).  In Calgary Amy pursued many passions, including working in a prison, completing her MA in Counselling with Providence Seminary College, teaching CALM to Jr. and Sr. High students, and working with children and adults with special needs at Centre Street Church.  Keith and Amy were also foster parents in Calgary over a period of 4 years before moving to Leduc.   Amy loves cats (Keith does not).

Jen Oram : Church Administrator

Jen Oram

Church Administrator

Jen Oram joined us in January 2020 as our church administrator.  Brett and Jen, in their over 24 years of marriage, have moved all over this great nation of ours.  Meeting in Fort Nelson BC, marrying and moving on from there to Fort St. John BC, Devon AB, Stony Plain AB, Ottawa ON, and back to Leduc in 2014.  They have a grown son who is nearly 22.  Jax and Solo, the ShihTzus, round out their family.  Jen graduated from NAIT as a Laboratory Technologist in 1992, and then was fortunate enough to be able to stay home and raise their son, which led to volunteering at his schools and then to lunch supervisor positions at the same schools.  Jen's passions are her family, food --baking, cooking and eating!--, and helping others.