Mr. Dave Alexander
Born in Summerside, PEI, Dave was converted in 1992 by the grace of God from Paganism to Christianity. While attending a local church in Halifax, meeting on the Dalhousie University campus, he met his future wife Gina. They married in 1997, and now reside in Dartmouth. They have four children: Lauren, Sarah, Andrew, and Duncan. Drawn to the Reformed Faith by the simplicity of worship and its confessional standards, the Alexanders became members of Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church in 1998. Dave was ordained as a ruling elder in 1999.
A Mechanical Engineering Technology graduate from Cape Breton University, Sydney Nova Scotia, he has been employed with a local aerospace company since 1993. An avid fly fisherman since early years, he now enjoys touring the New Scotland countryside in the pursuit of Salmo Salar & Salmo Trutta.
Mr. Kevin Bigney
Kevin was born and raised near Truro, Nova Scotia. He moved to Halifax to attend University at Dalhousie where he eventually received a BA in English, after a few tortuous years. He currently resides in Debert with his wife Tracy. They have six children: Nathanael, Erin, Jesse, Joanna, Jack, and Samuel. He currently works in the hardwood refinishing industry, inhaling dust and fumes all day. Thankfully, he has few other dangerous habits.
Kevin and Tracy began attending Covenant Reformed regularly in 1997 and became members in February, 1999. After a long struggle with the doctrine of infant baptism, Nathanael was baptized in August, 2000 and they haven't looked back since.
Mr. Ray Silver
Born in Dartmouth, NS, Ray was converted at the age of 20, after hearing a sermon on Colossians 2:6. He repented of his sinful ways and sought after Christ diligently from that time forward. Becoming familiar with CH Spurgeon, he soon became a Reformed Baptist. Later, after meeting some Presbyterian friends and studying the 1648 Westminster Confession of Faith, he ended up in the Presbyterian church.
In 2012, he returned home from Cape Breton and joined Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church. He was ordained to serve CRPC as a ruling elder in 2019.
Ray works with computers and enjoys reading the Puritans and Reformers, fine music, and touring the beautiful back roads of NS on his motorcycle.