I originally hail from Sri Lanka, where I was born and lived for 10 years. I spent the next decade in the Middle East; Abu Dhabi (for 6 years) and Oman (4 years), after which I moved to Canada in 2010 to study Psychology at UBC. Church in my younger years included an assortment of denominations and approaches to worshipping God. This variety in cultural and religious/church context has ensured that I am quite familiar with being new, thrive on meaningful conversations and am intrigued by the complex richness of community in its various forms. My husband Tristan and I met at UBC, where we were both active in the University Christian Ministries (UCM) community. It was at UCM that I learned what Christian community could look like and I am so grateful for the journey of maturity the Lord took me on while a part of that community. Tristan and I have been married since 2014 and have two sons: Micah and Samuel. I work supporting people with disabilities one on one, to be involved in their communities and to gain as much autonomy as is desired/possible. I am excited to be growing and learning, while doing life with PCC, and look forward to seeing how God continues to shape and use PCC to form a deeply Christ-centred, warm and grace-filled community.