Our StaffThe people of Greenhurst Bible Church consider themselves a family. The moment you enter the facility, you are treated with warmth, love, care and concern. It does not stop there. The care and concern about the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of each other is addressed throughout the week in our interactions as a family. The Bible says "And if one member suffers, all the members suffer with it; or if one member is honored, all the members rejoice with it." 1 Corinthians 12:26
Pastor Rod & Judy LaFeeRodney LaFee and his wife Judy joined the family of Greenhurst Bible Church in 2002. In 2002, Rod became a deacon and served in that position until 2007. In, 2007, the church asked him to serve as an Elder. With the resigning of poor health of the previous pastor, in November of 2010, Rod accepted the position of Pastor of Greenhurst Bible Church. Rod and Judy have been in church ministry of various positions since 1984. Both have served in Awana for over 25 years and served on numerous boards, committees and ministries. Rod's key verse in life has been Isaiah 57:14 which says, "Build up, build up, prepare the road! Remove the obstacles out of the way of my people' (NIV). We welcome you to come and be part of our family.
Sarah Burnham is our Church & Awana Secretary, Historian. Sarah takes care of the newsletter our beautiful bulletins & the refreshments on Sunday Morning. minutes awana sec
Our Sound & Powerpoint is skillfully provided by Stan Peltzman & others. Stan also serves the church as a Deacon.
Joe & Susan Schuler
Our Praise & Worship team is under the leadership of Joe Schuler & his wife Susan.. Joe is also a Church Elder.
OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED
There are many unnamed committed workers in this church who the Lord & are willing to serve. From the keeping of the grounds, to the making of bulletins, singing with worship team, musicans, to helping others in need, to teaching in Sunday school, opening your home to a bible study, and much more is just part of the life of a church. It takes people like you willing to get involved and sharing what God has given you for a church to be healthy. Donít be afraid to ask the elders, deacons, ladies or even those in Awana on where you can help. The joy of helping is a gift God has given each and everyone of us. It lifts our hearts and allows us to draw closer to our Savior.