Rev Craig Rumble, B.A., M.Div
Phone: 905-294-5830 ext. 101
Blog: Pastor’s Post
Craig has had over 25 years of pastoral experience in both Canada and the United States.
He has a passion for sharing his love of Christ and his message of hope and grace. His vision for the church is to be a place and people filled with courageous love, radically devoted to Christ, eager to share our faith and live honestly with each other.
“I’m thrilled to be part of this gathering of people who invite and include all ages and cultures; who find strength in prayer, and offer encouragement to those seeking meaning in life. Markham Baptist Church is a place where creativity, authentic joy and surprise are always welcome, and where God’s love is experienced!”
Phone: 905-294-5830 ext. 103
Alexandra came to Canada from Colombia 16 years ago with her husband David.
She is proud mom to Camilo, Matthew and Annie; they are her inspiration to work hard every day.
Alexandra is in charge of all the office responsibilities and volunteers’ support at Markham Baptist.
She speaks English and Spanish. Her background is in Linguistics and Literature for which she studied at the University in Bogotá, Colombia.
Her favourite subject while at University was psychology because she loves to interact, help and understand what people need. She is the type of person who cares about everybody.
Youth & Outreach Coordinator
Phone: 905-294-5830 ext. 102
Madison moved to Toronto a year ago from PEI. She is currently working on her MDiv in Pastoral Counseling at Tyndale University. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Crandall University in Moncton New Brunswick.
Madison has a passion for outreach ministry, and has volunteered with many different organizations such as Teen Challenge and volunteering with prison ministry. She has a heart to work with and reach out to as many different people as possible, and is excited to be the hands and feet that God has called her to be.
Youth is a passion for Madison as well. She worked at First Baptist in Moncton for three years as an intern and ran a Christian fellowship group at one of the local high schools. Youth are not only the next generation of the church; they are the generation of the church now. She wants to equip and form youth into the leaders of tomorrow and have them build a strong foundation in Christ.