Joe Fenton

    Pastor of Worship & Creative Arts
    I will bless the LORD at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth. My soul makes its boast in the LORD; let the humble hear and be glad. Oh, magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together! (Psalm 34:1-3)

    Joe is our Pastor of Worship & Creative Arts at BAC. He joined our team in July 2020. He has served in numerous full-time ministry capacities over the years from being a Pastor of Worship & Youth to doing church revitalization. He and his wife, Tanya are both graduates from Canadian Bible College: Joe with his Bachelor of Theology and Tanya with her Bachelor of Church Music. Tanya has her Performers ARCT from the Western Ontario Conservatory of Music in piano and sings. Joe holds a Masters of Divinity from Tyndale Seminary and sings, plays guitar, drums, bass guitar and some piano.

    Joe and Tanya have served the Lord together for over 25 years. They love music and they also enjoy hiking, reading, board games and movies. While they don’t have any children they do have two very spoiled toilet-trained cats.

    Joe’s desire in ministry is to see people passionately exalting God and testifying about His goodness and active presence in their lives. With voices raised and hearts filled with the love of God we keep our eyes focused on Jesus, the Author and perfecter of our faith and celebrate that we are LOVED! (Joe also enjoys preaching).

    Joe’s Life Purpose Statement is:
    Just as God holds my hand and walks alongside of me on the journey of life, I am called to walk alongside others pointing them to Jesus, helping them to discover themselves as God's handiwork and discern the good works God has prepared in advance for them to do on this joyous adventure called Christianity.
    My personal adventure includes relying on God the Spirit as I model the new covenant of grace, shine as a light, and proclaim the powerful life-giving Good News of God that helps the blind to see, frees those bound in captivity and releases those trapped in darkness…a disciple making disciples. (Ephesians 2:8-10; Isaiah 42:6-7)