• Bob Barr SR.


    Bob Barr Sr. and Natalie have attended Emmanuel since 2002. They have 3 grown children and 11 grandchildren. Bob is retired and  is a one of the leaders in the Men's Ministry and leads Wednesday night men's bible study and periodically leads Sunday morning classes. Bob was instrumental in bringing "Every Man A Warrior" to Emmanuel, which is a 9 month discipleship class for men to grow into the leaders God has called men to be. He has a heart to help men grow in their spiritual walk with God, and to teach others how to defend their faith.  Bob is currently the Chairman of the board.

  • Dave baas


    David and Carol Baas were original members of Emmanuel Fellowship and Dave was an Elder and the Treasurer for the first 2 years of the church's existence starting in 1999. Since that time Dave has served on various committees of the church to include the finance committee and the music and worship committee. Presently he serves as Treasurer of the Board of Elders, the Hospitality Team, the Music and Worship Team and the Ushers. Carol has taught the toddlers class in Sunday school for many years up to the present . They are both hosts for a Life Group of the church at their home.

  • Mark Andersen

    Mark and Carla Andersen have attended Emmanuel since 2001. They have been married for 30  years and have 4 boys. Mark recently retired from his job in building maintenance and became Emmanuel Fellowships part time Facilities Manager. Mark serves on the counting team, is an usher, and is involved with Every Man A Warrior. Both, he and Carla are involved in the Marriage Matters small group. Mark’s heart’s desire is for God’s Word to be taught in truth and faithfulness. “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” Hosea 4:6. “To give to His people the knowledge of salvation by the forgiveness of their sins, because of the tender mercy of our God.” Luke 1:77-78.

  • Richard DelSenno


    Richard and Susan DelSenno became members of Emmanuel in 2003. They raised 4 boys during their 53 years of marriage. They have 4 grandchildren. Rich is semi retired, working part-time at Echo Electric Supply. Rich serves on the Mission Committee, is active in the Men’s Ministry and involved in Sunday Night Healing Prayer. He and Susan serve with the Bagel Ministry and are involved in Children’s Ministry.

    Rich’s heart is for missions and would like to give opportunities for young and old to serve on a missions trip whether locally or abroad. Expanding missions will enable us all to grow our love for one another as we make disciples of all nations and be His witnesses

  • Roger Masloskie

    Roger and Dorothy Masloskie have been married for 50 years and have 2 sons and 6 grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel since 2000. Roger has his own Auto Body Repair business. He oversees the Usher team and serves as an usher. Both Roger and Dorothy are on the Counting Team and the Hospitality Team. Roger wants to see Emmanuel embrace what the Lord has for Emmanuel

    and to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit.

  • Dave Monestero

    Dave and Chanin Monestero have attended Emmanuel since its beginnings in 1999. They have been married 24 years and have 3 children. Dave is the president of Artisan Stone. Dave has served with the Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Security, Usher, and Altar Teams. Up until recently Dave has overseen the Youth Ministry.   Dave and Chanin are co-leaders of a Life Group. Dave would like to see more corporate involvement in prayer meetings and to give opportunity for the gifts to operate within the body. He believes we need to learn to take the side of love and not take sides. It is important that we pass on to the children the tenants of our faith.

  • James Moeller


    James and Diana Moeller have been married 37 years and have 4 daughters and 2 grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel for 13 years. James is involved with the Worship Team, Every Man a Warrior, Men's Breakfast, a Committee Member for Young at Heart, and coordinator with Diana for the Adult Game Night. James wants to be a part of helping guide the church into the future and ensuring that is in line with the Lord's purpose and direction, making families strongmand raising children in a Godly way.