Pastor Wayne Lucas was ordained with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada 1987 and joined Aurora Cornerstone Church in 2017. Wayne has been married to his wonderful wife Lorrie since 1984. They have two terrific adult children: Charissa and son-in-law Ryan, Jonas and daughter in-law Erica. He loves to talk about his Lord Jesus to whomever will listen, as well as assist others in their journey of faith. He enjoys reading, playing the guitar, music, off-road sports and travel. His favourite food is pie, as long as they don’t have raisins.
Raised in a Christian home but made a full dedication to God in my early teens. This hunger after God lead me to go on several missions trips with my youth group – downtown Toronto, England twice and to Spain. I also love to worship God as it allows me to draw closer to Him. Started singing on my youth worship team and haven’t stopped since. It’s a privilege and honour to worship The Almighty God. I have 3 wonderful children who are the joy of my life.
Brett Webster graduated Master’s College and Seminary in the spring of 2019 and joined the Aurora Cornerstone Church staff in the Fall of 2020. Serving as the Children and Youth Ministries Pastor; Brett has a heart to see the younger generations experience the presence of God in their daily lives. To see children and youth grow and develop into the Christ minded leaders that Christ has purposed them to be. In his spare time Brett enjoys playing and watching sports, reading and hanging out with friends.
Tricia has an infectious enthusiasm for Jesus, people, pretty things, and clever words. Oh…and good food too. She was once referred to as ‘the gatherer of people around a table’ because of her love of cooking and sharing meals with others. In addition, to her creative role on staff, she and Robert, her husband, lead The Living Room, our young adult community at AC. They have two teenage sons, Isaiah and Noah and a family dog Duke. Tricia sees creativity as just another one of God’s gifts that He entrusts us with to build His Kingdom. She’s always asking herself, ‘What is in my hand that I can use?’.