James Thomasson Lead Pastor
James is the founding and lead pastor of MeetingHouse Church and has served two local churches in pastoral ministry since 1999. He also served as professor of New Testament and Ministry at Boston Baptist College from 2000-2009.
He and his wife Christy have four children: Ethan, Maggie, Nathanael, and Gabriel. His favorite things to do are hiking with his family and coaching his kid's sports teams.
Education: B.S. - Milligan College, Johnson City, Tennessee. Master of Divinity - Baptist Bible College, Springfield, Missouri. Post Graduate Studies - Trinity College, Bristol, England.
Christy Thomasson Children's Ministry Director
Caleb Burghardt Worship Pastor
Caleb grew up in Syracuse, New York and gained a heart for music at a young age. Called into ministry as a teenager, he attended Liberty University in both the Worship program and the Biblical Studies program. After serving in New York and Virginia, he felt led to the Boston area and started as an intern at MeetingHouse in 2012. He now serves as worship pastor, and leads our young adults group. He finished his degree from Liberty University online in 2014.
Adryanna Monteiro Church Administrator
Adryanna grew up in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She began ministry with her family at a young age, traveling and singing in churches all over New England. After high school, she followed her passion for writing and editing and graduated from Southern New Hampshire University in 2017 with a Master’s degree in Creative Writing and English.
Jeff Jeffers Missions and Church planting
Jeff Jeffers is the Missions and Church Planting Pastor. He has been working in the ministry for over 50 years and planted his first church in 1970. During his ministry, he and his wife have worked in churches to start, revitalize, grow spiritually, or guide through building projects. He has always been called to work in a bi-vocational ministry. His secular work has been as a network architect and technology futurist (where technology will be in 25 years).
Now looking forward to the next years of his life as he and his wife Laura plan for retirement. They eagerly anticipate what adventures God has planned for them and how they can dedicate their non-secular work time to the Lord. They live in Stoughton, have 3 grown children and one grandchild.