Sherry L. Griffin
The lovely and talented lady of Lighthouse Radio, Station Manager, Sherry Griffin, has been involved in Christian radio for over 35 years. Sherry first got involved with Lighthouse as a teenager back in the 1980s. Her only complaint with working in radio is that her friends can’t hear her too well when she walks under a bridge!
Sherry is very proud of her Newfoundland heritage, and the fact that Lighthouse has such an amazing history in our province. She is thrilled at being a part of such a unique ministry, and getting the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people through Lighthouse. Her vision for Lighthouse as the ministry continues to grow, is to follow the Lord’s leading, and share God’s message of hope through Jesus Christ, with as many people as possible.
Tina Taylor – Communications Director
Tina Taylor has been working with Lighthouse for over fifteen years. Tina serves as Lighthouse’s Communication Director, which makes her responsible for fund raising, promotions and public relations. Tina is also the person who receipts your donations. Tina is also the host of Lighthouse’s Request Show. You can call and request your favourite song at 745-8627 or 1-888-740-8627 weekdays from 12:15 until 2 pm.
Mark Worden – Production Director
Mark Worden is Lighthouse’s Production Director and is a “transplanted” Newfoundlander. He comes originally from Saint John, New Brunswick and moved here in June of 1992 after meeting his wife, Sharon Oakley in Saint John. He arrived in Newfoundland for the first time on June 19, 1992…a year later on June 19, 1993 they became engaged, and another year later on June 19, 1994 they were married. Now they are the proud parents of three beautiful daughters, Amy, Emily and Katie.
Mark is very pleased to be serving the Lord in this position at Lighthouse. He hopes that Lighthouse’s listeners will be blessed through the music and programming that is available on Lighthouse.
Brian Matthews – Chief Engineer
Brian began his career in broadcasting at Lighthouse’s Freshwater Road studios when he was 15 — it was 1968. Since then he’s worked in commercial radio in Toronto, Port Hawksbury (Nova Scotia) and St. John’s. When he could, he volunteered his engineering services here at Lighthouse for some 30 years. In 2011, God returned him to his roots in broadcasting — Lighthouse — and he’s happy to be back. His role here is to take care of the technical side of Lighthouse, the equipment that provides the sound that you hear from your radio, Bell Satellite TV or computer. If you have any problems or questions about the technical side of Lighthouse, you can email Brian at email@example.com.