Lindsey Eaton

Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministries

Lindsey and her husband, Brandon, met while attending Appalachian State. They took a leap of faith and returned to Boone after living in Cary for the last several years. Lindsey earned her undergraduate degree in Middle Grades Education from Appalachian State and her Master’s Degree in Reading and Literacy from East Carolina University. Before transitioning to this role, she was an English teacher and taught 6th grade, 9th grade, and 11th grade. It has always been her passion to work with children and help her community, so when this opportunity at Rumple presented itself, she knew it was meant to be!

What do you like most about winter in the high country?

Winter?? Are you sure you don’t mean summer? I guess if I had to pick, I would say Blowing Rock’s Christmas decorations and festivities.

What is your Favorite Candy?

Sour candy like Sour Patch Kids, Airheads, Nerds

Why did you choose Rumple?

When my husband and I moved here in January 2023, one of our priorities was to find a church that valued humanitarian work and caring for the community. When we first attended Rumple, we were greeted by a congregation of kind and thoughtful people who were so involved and passionate about giving back. We knew right away that Rumple was the perfect fit for us.