Matt Webel
  • Pastor


Hailing from Columbia, MO, Matt has fallen in love with the people, places, and history of New England. While he remains faithful to the Kansas City Royals, all other sports allegiances have shifted to Boston, which is for the best. Matt, Megan, and their three young sons (Griffin, Thatcher, and Andersen) are proud Haverhill residents and are excited to serve the Haverhill community and embody Christ’s barrier-breaking gospel.

Matt earned a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he was awarded the Presidential Scholarship for future Christian Leaders. He has served as a youth pastor, high school English teacher, and K-Life area director. He loves Jesus, grace, C.S. Lewis, cats, good coffee, Broadway musicals, spicy food, NBA basketball, and hearing stories that reveal God’s heart to seek and save the least and the lost.

  • Interim Pastor


Angie was born in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. and lived there until moving to Blacksburg to attend Virginia Tech. Upon graduating in 2013, she uprooted to the North Shore to pursue a Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. An avid sports fan, Angie enjoys cheering on her Hokies and coaching volleyball at Salem High School. Over the next few years, she hopes to engage the rich sports culture of New England by attending events at each of the major venues in the area. Angie is passionate about prayer, deep conversation, and seeing middle school and high school students discover and engage their faith in today’s culture.

Pastor Angie will be serving as the interim Pastor while Pastor Matt is away on a medical leave of absence.

Photo of Kristi-Lynn Craig
  • Spiritual Guides Director
  • Kidsrock Director (Birth-1st Grade)
  • To the Table (Hospitality) Coordinator


An educator by trade, Kristi-Lynn has worked in local public schools for the last 15 years — the last eight years on the North Shore, as both a teacher and an administrator advocating on behalf children with disabilities. Kristi-Lynn was born in Connecticut and spent a majority of her growing-up years in New England.  While attending Cedarville University in Ohio, she met and married her husband Adam. In 2010, the Lord opened the door for Adam, Kristi-Lynn, and their two children to move to Massachusetts, where they quickly fell in love with the North Shore. Kristi-Lynn lives in Groveland with her husband and two beautiful children, Katie El and Artie, and one ginormous black cat named Tux.

Katy Reigart
  • Kidsrock Director (2nd Grade and up)
  • Visual Arts Coordinator


Katy was born and raised in Atlanta, GA before moving with her family to New Hampshire. She then came to Massachusetts to study Youth Ministry at Gordon College and Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Since moving to New England, she has been captivated by its culture, people, and landscape, and can’t imagine living anywhere else.

Katy’s greatest joy comes from sharing experiences with people and getting a glimpse of the ways they have been uniquely created by God. She also loves a well-written lyric, talking about art in its many forms, exploring new places, making and drinking coffee, and baking pies from scratch. She is so excited to be serving at Highrock and in the city of Haverhill!

  • Staff Intern


Born in New York, Lainie and her family moved throughout the Northeast and eventually settled in the Midwest. Lainie returned to the Northeast last year to pursue a Master of Divinity at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. As a licensed minister, Lainie has served as an Associate Director of Children’s Ministry, Worship Ministry leader, and Preaching team leader. Lainie’s work in Christian Higher Education solidified a deep passion for investing in college students and the next generation.

Lainie loves cheering on her Philadelphia Eagles, exploring New England and discovering new local spots, and always starts her day with a cup of coffee or tea.

Lainie experiences joy by pioneering new projects and providing pathways for individuals to discover and celebrate who they are and how they fit into God’s purposes in their lives.