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Neil Torris

NeilTNeil was born and raised in a large family near Wetaskiwin, Alberta, and has been coming to Saint Peter’s since December of 1992.  He met Susan here and they were married in 1995.  Neil has a servant’s heart and lives out the directive in Philippians 2:3, “therefore in humility consider one another better than yourself.”  Many things at St Peter’s happen more smoothly and efficiently because of Neil’s commitment to serve Jesus and His people, while never seeking attention for himself.  Neil’s passion for the performing arts in worship has had him serving on the Audio/Video team for many years, not just balancing and mixing the sound for services, but pulling all the wires and assisting with the design and purchase of equipment.  When he’s not doing sound stuff, Neil can be found working behind the scenes preparing food, washing dishes, vacuuming the church, replacing light fixtures, clearing show, taking out garbage, he is always willing to pitch in at a moment’s notice doing whatever he can to help, often dedicating his days off to improve the church.  He’s the heart and soul of Saint Peters and in his daily life honours Jesus and his brothers and sisters in Christ.

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