Jonny is the Chairman of the Board for Munster Bible College. Having studied in Belfast and worked as an assistant Pastor in Dublin, Jonny became pastor of Carrigaline Baptist Church in 2002. Growing up as the son of a pastor he always vowed he would never be one! Well, all that changed when God opened up his spiritually blind eyes to help him see his desperate need of God, in all of life. Jonny is married to Kirsty (a Belfast girl) and has two adult children who enjoy laughing at his bald head and protruding belly!
Joy is from London but has lived here in Co. Cork for almost 30 years. She and Ross have four children and are now enjoying three, soon to be 4, wonderful grandchildren. Admin and finance are Joy’s day by day work and she oversees the accounts for Ross’ company and for the church. After many years dong youth work in Carrigaline she now works as registrar for Munster Bible College and loves this opportunity to listen and study plus the bonus of hosting the professors who come to teach.
Shane was born and raised in Co. Cork. Shane became a Christian at Munster Christian Camps, the place where he also met his wife, Luana (a native of Brazil). Shane and Luana have three children, two girls, and one boy. They currently work as church planters with Baptist Missions. As part of their work, they hope to see a local church established in the town of Passage West.
Born and raised in Western Canada, Bryce studied theology in the Canadian prairies... "Brrr". He moved to Cork in 1995. He married Carolyn, from Bandon, in 1998; they have four children. Bryce is one of the elders in Douglas Baptist Church and is keen to see churches start new churches in local communities across Cork and Kerry as the co-operative effort of the Cork Kerry Project continues.
Martin grew up in County Armagh before becoming firmly rooted in West Cork when he married Olwyn. They have been married now for more than 20 years with 3 almost-adult children. He studied theology at Union Theological College in Belfast and taught Religious Education in two schools in Cork for more than 8 years.
Seth has lived in East Cork since 2009. Before that he studied theology in Virginia, where he met his wife, Jessica. Seth and Jessica have three children. Seth serves as an elder at Midleton Baptist Church, and also leads the Carrigtwohill Baptist Group. He is the author of Dream Small: The Secret Power of the Ordinary Christian Life. For Munster Bible College, Seth manages lecture livestreams and tech needs.