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CU Nova Faculty

Christian Union's role is to resource students at Princeton by offering mentoring, discipleship and leadership training. Meet the Christian Union faculty team below that works with Princeton students. If you are a current or prospective student, or have a question about Christian Union's work at Princeton, please contact our ministry faculty there via email at

Mike Vincent

Christian Union Nova Ministry Director


Mike Vincent grew up just outside San Diego in Carlsbad, CA. He graduated from Princeton in 2010 with a degree in Sociology, played varsity volleyball, and was heavily involved in the beginnings of a new campus ministry called Princeton Faith and Action (now renamed CU Nova). He was a part of CU’s first Seeking God Lifestyle emphasis, was a part of the resulting move of God on Princeton’s campus, and was personally transformed. He then interned with Christian Union at Princeton for two years after graduation. 


After that he studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He then met his wife Anna, moved up to Ottawa, Canada, and began pastoring. Mike was a youth & young adult pastor, associate pastor, and lead pastor for over seven years.


Mike and Anna also fostered five teenage girls for three years while pastoring. They now have two boys - Kaden and Isaiah. Mike enjoys spending time with his family, board games, classic movies, volleyball, and miracle stories!

Qwynn Gross

Christian Union Nova Ministry Fellow

D. Qwynn Gross began a vibrant relationship with God after a missionary trip to Toluca, Mexico, in 1986. She has worked in various administrative ministerial roles and has provided leadership to several areas of ministry including worship, small groups, and intercessory prayer. Qwynn is the co-founder of Hope Cathedral in Jackson, New Jersey.

She is known as an inspiring and practical teacher and has created several resources as well as authored books on spiritual devotion: A Pattern for Prayer, A Guide to Consecrated Living, and Teach Me To Pray. She is a conference host and a sought-after speaker at women's conferences, workshops and retreats. A graduate of Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina, Qwynn is married to Trevón, the lead pastor of Hope Cathedral. The two have three children: Trevón, Jr., Dianna, and Sarah.

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