Joel Skellie, Director of Worship Arts
Darla Muya, Children’s Ministry Director
Darla Muya is our Children’s Ministry Director who oversees all of our kid’s ministries from nursery through 5th grade. A Kitsap County native, Darla has served the Lord in overseas ministry in Guatemala, Sudan, Kenya and Tanzania. In 2013 she returned to her native stomping grounds and began serving Jesus at North Point Church. She is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University with a degree in education. Darla is married to James, and together they have five children who are all grown and living in Tanzania, Spain and the U.S.
Tom Curran, Facilities Manager
It is a pleasure helping out with business matters and other tasks in support of North Point Church. My wife Lani, I and our 3 children, joined North Point in 2000. Lani and I have both enjoyed being able to serve on Session and as Deacons. We have also been blessed by the many friends we’ve met here and by joining in several enriching Small Groups along the way. We love it here!
My past work includes 12 years on active duty in the Navy followed by 24 years in full time private practice as an Oral Surgeon. Over the last three years, being in part-time practice, it has been a joy being more able to participate in the challenging and important work of serving and loving our Lord and our neighbors at North Point Church.
Mary Meigs-Heino, Treasurer
Mary Meigs-Heino is an experienced parent educator, GaL and Investigator. Her career has spanned numerous dimensions of human behavior as well as business. She worked with police agencies, was previously a deputy coroner and has worked as a business manager for a clinical practice as well as managing her own business. She holds degrees in Social Work and Psychology. In the area of families, she worked as a Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigator and Child Welfare Social Worker for the Children’s Administration. Prior to working with CPS, she provided therapeutic foster care for medical and psychiatrically fragile children. She has is a certified parent education practitioner with Nurturing Parent and Triple P programs Over the past 16 years she has served as a Guardian ad Litem in Kitsap and Jefferson Counties in both title 26 and title 4. In addition, Ms. Meigs-Heino has provided training in seminars sponsored by the University of Washington School Of Law as well as having provided numerous presentations to social work staff in various Children’s Administration offices. She trained with and is an assistant and colleague to Michael R. O’Leary PhD and has participated in the information gathering and the testing process in over 3000 CPS cases. In addition to these duties she has provided consultation to local attorneys regarding the psychological characteristics and dynamics of complex divorce cases.
Alane Basco-Yu, Communications Director
Alane is a Seattle-area transplant from North Carolina. She moved to the area 10 years ago with her husband, William and kids, Marlon, Carmella and Olivia. She has three small dogs and enjoys camping, beaches, and watching her kids play soccer.
In the past she has worked in finance, forestry, and international studies. She manages the office at North Point and handles communication and building scheduling.