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Our Staff

Lowell First Church of the Nazarene is blessed to have a Godly & devoted staff that is exceptionaly qualified, friendly, and helpful. You can depend on these folks to cheerfully help out no matter what your need.

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Dr. John V. Megyesi

Senior Pastor, Lead Follower

Pastor John Megyesi is a graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University and Nazarene Theological Seminary. He has served as Senior Pastor of Kenmore Church of the Nazarene in Akron, Ohio and on the pastoral staff of churches in Shawnee, Kansas and Owego, New York.

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Andie Avram

Associate Pastor

Pastor Andie Avram graduated from Nazarene Bible College and is currently completing a program through Northwest Nazarene University. Andie has her District License through the New England District and is serving as the Associate Pastor. She has also served at Belleville First Church of the Nazarene in IL as the Intern for pastoral care and counseling, and with the youth at True Life Community Nazarene Church in Colorado Springs Colorado.

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Pastor Tom Quattrociocchi

Tom Quattrociocchi

Compassionate Care Pastor

Having completed a theological course of study, Pastor Tom serves as the Compassionate Care Pastor at LFC. He and his wife, Pam, lead a house church Sunday evenings and the Cricket Church program for pre-school children Sunday mornings.

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Denise Beausoleil

Office Manager

Lowell First Church is delighted to have Denise serve in this area of church ministry! She answers the phones, ensures that the church office runs smoothly, and assists our minstry teams and community in a very kind, and loving manner. Denise is a woman who reflects the love of Jesus Christ.

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Pastor Kim Ho

Kim Ho

Cambodian Pastor

Pastor Kim has served as a bi-vocational pastor to our Cambodian congregation since sensing a calling in 2002.

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