Wayne Prevett

My Connection with CCAOC:

  • Hi, my name is Wayne Prevett and, along with my wife Rosanne, we are the founders of CCAOC, which we launched in 2009.
  • In over 25 years of pastoral ministry I have officiated at thousands of Life Celebrations.

My Personal Story:

  • Born in London Ontario
  • I completed elementary, high school and post secondary education in London, completing a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Studies
  • I have one sister who lives in Virginia with her husband and two children, and parents who live in London ON.

My Family:

  • Married 21 years to Rosanne my best friend and ministry/business partner
  • I have three children: Luke, who is 26 and is a graduate of Fanshawe college in the millwright program; Alyssa, who is 24 and a student at Community College in the business program, and last but not least Michaela, who is 8 and three quarters in grade 4 and will one day rule the world!

My Life Experiences:

  • 22 years in pastoral ministry in congregations across Southern Ontario
  • Co Founder and lead pastor of Celebrating Life Ministries, a not-for-profit charity
  • Created and provided oversight to community outreach programs for children and adults in St. Thomas, Ontario: including lunch and after school reading programs for children; a weekly free community dinner; an annual community Christmas Day dinner; and a clothing and grocery co-operative program
  • Co Founder and lead instructor of Certified Celebrants Association of Canada
  • Board member of ‘Serenity House’, a hospice in Elgin County
  • Co-Founder and owner of Kettle Creek Weddings, Ontario’s finest wedding officiate service
  • Motivational, inspirational speaker and accomplished soloist

My Interests and Passions:

  • My favorite sports: Hockey, Football, Table Tennis
  • My favorite interests: Reading, Building
  • My favorite things to do: Date my wife, Travel, Camping, Canoeing
  • My favorite music: Jazz
  • My favorite movies: Remember The Titans, Hunt for Red October
  • My favorite foods: Pizza, Steak, Raisins, Clementines