Jason Tallent - Pastor
Jason and his wife Micah were married in 1996. They have five children, Olivia, Ethan, Olexis, Evan, and Olissa. Jason was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and began pastoring in 1998. He has pastored churches in Arkansas and Tennessee. On their fifteenth wedding anniversary in 2011, Jason and Micah traveled to the Northeast where they fell in love with New England. After much prayer, and the direction of wise counsel, they responded to God’s call and determined to plant their lives in Boston and see the Kingdom of God expand. Jason and his family moved to Winthrop, MA in November 2017 to begin a new church that serves and loves the people of Winthrop, and strives to make the name of Jesus known for generations to come.
John and Lynn, along with their three kids: Abigail (5), Parker (3), and Caleb (1) moved to Winthrop from MetroWest Boston in December 2019 after discerning a call to serve in ministry alongside us at Harbor City Church.
They moved to the Boston area earlier in 2019 being called by God and struck by need here for more churches that would make disciples and proclaim Jesus. John has a passion to see additional churches started in areas of need in the Boston area.
John and Lynn met while working on masters degrees in ministry North Carolina. The Monteiths enjoy going to parks, family games, ice cream, watching our teams play, and hanging out with friends.
Jason Smith - Worship Leader
Jason and and Joanna moved to Winthrop in the Spring of 2020 from Cedarville, Ohio were they both went to college and earned their degrees in Worship (2019) and Social Work (2020) respectively. While Jason led worship at a church in Ohio and as Joanna finished her senior year at Cedarville University, they began to feel the call back to New England and started to pray specifically about the Boston area. The Lord quickly directed them towards Winthrop and after a quick visit, they decided to make the move and be a part of this church. They have a passion for not only the local church, but for making the community around them look more like the Kingdom of God whether it's through the way we Worship or the way we care for those in our communities.