Our Staff

 

Adam Avery
Adam Avery – Lead Pastor
Adam is a graduate of Portland Bible College and Trinity College of the Bible. In August of 2008, Adam and his family packed up their belongings, along with his 12 years of pastoral staff experience, and moved to Vermont to plant a church, Mosaic Burlington. In the summer of 2012, Mosaic merged with St. Andrews Christian Church and became Church At The Well.
A serious football enthusiast, who also enjoys songwriting, Adam has been known to enjoy a good football party and to occasionally hide out in the recording studio. He lives in Williston with his wife, Michelle, and their four children, Jared, Judah, Joshua and Sophie.

 

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Ian Bailey – Associate Pastor
Ian graduated from Portland Bible College in 2010 with a B.A. in Theology. He is currently working on his M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies at Western Seminary. Ian, and his wife Luann, moved to Burlington in September 2010 with a passion to serve the local church.
Unlike Adam, Ian is a fan of football; the type of football said with an English accent. In his free time, Ian enjoys swimming in Lake Champlain and the areas rivers, playing soccer, making coffee for friends, and travelling to Montreal for dinner with his wife Luann.

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Abigail Carroll –  Pastor of Arts and Spiritual Formation
Abigail is an author, poet, and devoted tea drinker who holds a PhD from Boston University, where she has taught writing and history. Her book, A Gathering of Larks: Letters to Saint Francis from a Modern-Day Pilgrim, is forthcoming from Eerdmans, and her first book, Three Squares: The Invention of the American Meal (Basic Books, 2013), was a finalist for the Zocalo Public Square Book Prize. Her poems have appeared in a variety of literary journals as well as in the anthology Between Midnight to Dawn: A Literary Guide to Prayer for Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide (Paraclete Press, 2016). When she’s not working with words, Abbyenjoys farmers markets, swimming holes, and photographing nature.

 

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