What Happened To Bruxy Cavey? Allegations
The Meeting House pastor is claimed to be nonviolent. But needs to be reckoned with his own complicity and violence against his marginalized members.
Currently, we are unable to trace out the information with reference to his allegations.
Bruxy Cavey Net Worth And Family
Bruxy Cavey's estimated net worth is around $1 million to $5 million as of 2021. However, the following rate is just speculation, as his actual net worth holding is yet to be revealed.
Cavey certainly has earned a substantial fortune from his long-time career as a pastor and an author.
Moving on, Cavey was born to his parents, Frederick Taylor Cavey and Lois G. Mulligan. Cavey grew up alongside his four siblings.
Later, Cavey enrolled in People's Church Christian Academy after his family moved to Scarborough. He then started to participate in preaching, street evangelism, performing art, and break dancing.
Tap tap, is this mic on? Check 1, 2, check...— Bruxy Cavey (@Bruxy) August 10, 2020
If I could have everyone's attention who claims to be a Christian for ten minutes this is the foundational message I would want to say to them. https://t.co/oJTaTpqcH8 via @YouTube
Bruxy Cavey Wife: Is He Married?
According to our study, Bruxy Cavey is a married man. He is married to his beautiful wife, Nina Cavey. However, the details of their wedding ceremony and their love life haven't been surfaced on the media yet.
It seems like Cavey is very keen on holding his professional ground and will share any information that isn't related to his profession.
The Pastor has kept his personal life hidden from the public attention.
"The most convincing evidence I’ve ever come across is the teaching of Jesus. It is the gospel. It is the message & mission of Jesus. It speaks to me in a way that bears the marks of the miraculous."— The Meeting House (@TheMeetingHouse) November 22, 2021
via @Bruxy https://t.co/V2G7aN2DEI
Bruxy Cavey Wikipedia Explored
Bruxy Cavey does have a Wikipedia page where you can discover more about him.
For his education, Cavey attended York University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology.
Later, Cavey obtained his master's degree in theological studies at Ontario Theological Seminary. After his seminary, Cavey worked for World Vision as a speaker who promoted and raised funds for the organization.
Moving on, Cavey became the pastor of Heritage Fellowship Baptist Church in Ancaster after being a speaker there while promoting World Vision.
Similarly, he is now teaching at Canada's, one of the largest churches, The Meeting House.