As part of our Big Table Sunday interview tradition, listen along as we hear from the following individuals:
Maddie Young | Interviewed by Britni D’Eliso
Maddie currently works as a Kid’s Ministry Assistant here at CitySalt and is a senior at Churchill High School. She is passionate about acting, soccer and working with kids and is a student athlete graduating with all honors. This fall, Maddie plans to attend Honors College at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, where she will play on the women’s soccer team. She plans to pursue a degree in Pediatric Physical Therapy. Maddie would specifically like to thank the Fairchilds, the Children’s Ministry Team, and CitySalt for being so welcoming, open and supportive to her.
Bill Fairchild | Interviewed by John Rice
Bill is a man of many interests and many talents. Born and raised here in Eugene, Bill had a unique childhood which impacted him greatly and consequently led to a powerful “coming to Jesus” moment in his life. Bill is a lifelong learner, full of curiosity with a love of researching and pondering new ideas. He is never lacking an interesting conversation rising out of his latest discoveries. Bill is married to Margaret and they have two children, Liz Lemmon and Wills, with whom Bill spends ample time, camping and recreating out in Oregon’s amazing natural playgrounds.
Mollie McAmis | Interviewed by Dusty Johnson
Mollie was born with a twin brother into a loving Christian family in Springfield. She came to trust in Christ at the age of three and grew up in Roseburg attending a Christian elementary school and Sunday school at church regularly. When her parents divorced in middle school, she moved to Lake Oswego with her mom and was very active in a youth group and mission trips. After exploring her interest in youth ministry, she later discovered her passion for nursing. She received her degree from Umpqua Community College and is currently a wound care nurse for Avamere in Eugene. Mollie is grateful to have the loving community of CitySalt and is currently is in the process of purchasing her first home in the River Road area at the end of May.