Born in Alsace, Joël came to know Christ as a teenager, but dedicated his life to Christ and to Christian service after completing his master’s degree in economics and business management. He is a graduate of the Institut Biblique Pastoral et Baptiste (Algrange, France) and of Grace Theological Seminary (Winona Lake, IN). He and his wife Nathalie have four sons. Joël has served at CCC since 2013 and is transitioning toward taking complete pastoral oversight of the church. His skills lie in Bible exposition and personal work.
Tim, born in Delft, the Netherlands, has ministered in Luxembourg with his wife, Kathy, since 1977. He worked several years as a free-lance graphics artist and trained for ministry at Lancaster Bible College (Lancaster, PA) and Grace Theological Seminary (Winona Lake, IN). Their three grown children are married and involved in Christian ministry in various ways. Since 1986 Tim has pastored Christian Community Church while serving with Biblical Ministries Worldwide, a non-denominational church-planting agency headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (USA). The Heijermanses' children and nine grandchildren live in the USA and Indonesia.
Scott grew up in a Christian home in the USA and South Africa, where his parents worked in church planting. He is a graduate of Northland International University and has extended experience in information technology. In addition to occasional preaching, Scott trains the worship leaders and guides the music ministries along with his wife Katie. He also oversees the church web site along with another couple in the assembly.
Kjell, now retired after a career in business, came to know Christ through the faithful witness of his wife Gloria and the ministry of CCC. The Hagas have two grown children living in Luxembourg. Kjell serves by coordinating Sunday worship leaders and giving oversight to the maintenance of the church facilities.
Harald, born in Köln, trained in cinema and media in Germany and Paris, where he met his wife Graciela. Harald has worked in the media business in Luxembourg for many years as a researcher and film critic. As a deacon he is responsible to see that CCC meets the EU’s standards for GDPR. The Ulriches have two teenage children.
Many other committed Christian men and women are involved in ministries at CCC, whether or not they hold office. Without the involvement of all, the church could never function. We seek to promote the involvement of every believer in line with his gifts.