Cleveland Baptist Church believes in servant leadership. Below is a list of our servant leaders.
Their role is to equip the people within the church to help strengthen the church and see it be active in the sharing of its faith.



David and his wife Grace previously served at Coopers Plains Evangelical Church. Earlier, David did pastoral ministry in two other churches, served as a School Chaplain, and did some itinerant preaching in NSW, Queensland and overseas. Grace is from the Philippines where she served for two years as a case worker with Compassion International. She currently serves in one of the praise and worship teams at Cleveland Baptist. David’s primary ministries at CBC are preaching, teaching and discipleship, and he enjoys working with the leadership team. David and Grace have three daughters.
David enjoys reading, going for walks, and spending time with family. He and Grace enjoy travelling to new places, and especially meeting other Christians and attending camps when able to. David loves to share the message of the Bible with people, and Grace loves to sing praises to the Lord.



Gordon has worked for most of his life in the legal profession, and is a member of the Institute of Public Accountants, Australia. He and his wife Jean previously served the Lord in South Africa. Gordon served as a deacon in Zimbabwe, and Jean as a Sunday school teacher, before they moved to Scottsville Baptist Church in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa in 1982. Gordon served there as a deacon and was afterward appointed an elder and chairman of the Church Executive, with Jean supporting him in several ministries. They moved to Australia in 2010 and joined Cleveland Baptist Church. In 2013, Gordon was appointed as the Leader of the Senior’s Ministry at CBC, where his primary focus is on the care, support and discipleship of seniors, as well as evangelism.
Gordon and Jean both played club tennis for many years, and enjoyed hiking and mountain bike riding. They still enjoy bike-riding, spending time at Australia’s beautiful beaches, and reading good books. They are blessed to have both of their sons and their wives and children worshipping at CBC.



Cameron first started attending Cleveland Baptist when a friend brought him along to a youth night at the end of 2005, which just so happened to be the first time his now wife, Jessica, also started attending youth at CBC. They got married in 2010 and now have a young son and are also excitedly awaiting the arrival of their second child.
Cameron has been involved in youth ministry since 2006 and has been a key leader in our Friday night program since 2009. Outside of CBC, he leads Outbreak Surf camp each September school holidays as a way to reach out to high school students and is also involved with an organisation to help provide support to young people during schoolies week at the Gold Coast. Currently Cameron serves as the Youth Ministry Coordinator at Cleveland Baptist and is one of our ChildSafe Coordinators.
Cameron is a self-imposed ‘coffee snob’ and loves to get outdoors with his family and friends whenever he has a moment free.



Cheryn is passionate about helping and supporting women of all ages to grow in their faith and walk. Growing up with horses and attending a riding camp she met the Lord at age 12, and from that time she has sought to be actively involved in church life and ministry. In 1986 she married Andrew and they are blessed with a son and two daughters and recently welcomed a grandchild into their family.
Her ministry draws on a range of experience including her involvement in a new church plant in Victoria, working with women as they establish their faith journey, evangelism, leading Bible studies, and hospitality.
In 2012, Cheryn & Andrew moved onto a sailing vessel in order to share life, faith and the gospel along the eastern seaboard of Australia. This ministry expanded to serve with Operation Mobilisation International (OM) on board their ship, Logos Hope, which provides ministry to many people, living alongside 400 crew, representing some 65 nations of the world. This provided wonderful insight into the wider church and the needs of people from many walks of life.
Cheryn loves a home filled with people, sitting on a sunny Sunday afternoon with a good book, creating gardens filled with flowers, and on fine days being immersed in Gods creation sailing with her husband Andrew.