Leadership

Rev. Casmus John & First Lady Melvina John

Pastor

Rev. Casmus John is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies Int. He has been in pastoral ministry since 1999. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Bible and Theology from the West Indies School of Theology, Trinidad. Apart from his pastoral ministry he served as counsellor, lecturer, church ministries director, missions director and marriage officer. Rev. John is an inspirational and motivational speaker who is determined to see believers mature in Christ. He believes that God has called him to raise up ministries and ministers. He is married to Melvina, who herself is actively involved in ministry. She is a gifted singer, worship leader and exhorter. Together they have three children: Casmel, Casel and Casiel.

Bro. Bernard Ettinoffe

Board Member/Head Deacon/Treasurer

Bro. Timothy Pascal

Board Member/Deacon

Brother Timothy Pascal has been a long serving member of the Peoples Pentecostal Family Church. He was a pioneer of the sound ministry long before serving on the board.

He has responsibility to guide the way forward for sound and technological advancement. Utilizing his skill as an electrician he has provided electrical services for the auditorium and for outdoor events such as crusades.

Bro. Lloyd Pascal

Board Member

Sis. Kathleen Pascal

Youth Ministry

Bro. Steve Vidal

Media Ministry

The PPFC Media Ministry is headed by Steve Vidal. Steve has been a broadcaster and journalist for several years and brings to the Peoples Church the experience he has gained at Voice of Life, Trans World Radio, CGN and Kairi FM.

Sis. Jacqueline Colaire

Oasis Dance Ministry
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Sister Jacqueline Colaire serves as the head of the Oasis Dance Ministry. As an enthusiastic advocate of worship, she seeks, with every dance, to usher the congregation into the presence of God.

“Sister Jackie” is also the church secretary, and she dutifully manages our office on a weekly basis.

Sis. Cathy Augustine

Drama Ministry

Sis. Elizabeth Dailey

Oasis Pre-School Administrator

Sis. Gweneth Dailey

Women's Ministry

Sister Gweneth Dailey has been a member of the People’s Pentecostal Family Church for at least 25 years and has been the President of the Women’s Ministry for the past two years. She serves this ministry with the enabling assistance of five executive members.  Besides her role in the women’s Ministry, she serves as a chairperson at our church services.

She has been married to her lifelong partner, Steven Dailey, for the past twenty one years and together, they have been blessed with two beautiful daughters.

She also holds the position of Supervisor of Accounts in her Accounting career.

Her primary goal as President is to help women recognize and develop the abilities that God has blessed them with and to enhance relationships amongst women.

Sis. Rosetta Fevrier

Cell Ministry

Sis. Heslyn Walsh

Worship Ministry

Sis. Shirley Samuel

Intercessory Ministry

Bro. Lennox Ambrose

Evangelism Ministry

Sis. Dolores St. Jean

Ushers Ministry

Sis. Emelda Edwards

Christian Education Department

One of the most beloved members of our congregation, Sister Emelda Edwards came to the Lord in February of 1972. Six months later she began teaching the beginners Sunday School class and later on moving to teach all age groups. She has served as secretary, treasurer, assistant director and director for local and district for the fellowship. Having served under every Pastor at the PPFC since Rev. John Debroski, she received training from many minsters.

She has been involved in almost every aspect of our church such as trainings,rallies, outdoor Sunday School and Daily Vocation Bible School.

She has been married to her husband for 41 years and together they teach the adults class and the discipleship class. They are involved in cell ministry, intercessory and do visits to seniors/shut-ins. They also visit the grotto home and the infirmary (where they share communion)

Bro. Norman Edwards & Sis. Emelda Edwards

Discipleship Class
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