Bethlehem Leadership Team

The core leadership for Bethlehem is comprised of volunteers who are elected by the congregation. Here are the current leaders and the roles they fill.

  • Josh Jaeger, Secretary

    The leadership team spends hours of time each month discussing better ways to carry out our mission and vision as a church. The Secretary's role is to record a summary of all meetings.

  • Ryan Metko,  Church President

    Bethlehem exists to share timeless truth in a timely way. The Church President runs all the congregational meetings that evaluate and plan out the ways we accomplish that mission.

  • Martin Guldberg, Financial Secretary

    There are hundreds of people who support Bethlehem's mission through financial support. The Financial Secretary is responsible for making sure those donations are accounted for and appropriately directed.

  • glenn will, Treasurer

    Not only does Bethlehem have various internal financial obligations to manage, but we also support other ministries and non-profits every month. The Treasurer disperses funds to keep our ministry and others moving forward.

  • PAT HELWIG, Evangelism

    A core value that drives Bethlehem is "outward focus." The role of our Evangelism position is to create and promote ways for our ministry to make an impact on the community around us.

  • lee klammer, education

    A core value that drives Bethlehem is "spiritual growth." The Education position tracks attendance patterns and other data in order to offer ideas and encouragment for engaging more people with timeless truth.

  • Mark Krinhop, Discipleship

    Bethlehem is a church of small groups because we believe that spiritual growth best happens in the context of authentic Christian community. The Discipleship position assists in the training and encouragement of group leaders.

  • mark schultz, building & grounds

    We are a church that strives to make first time guests feel like they are at home. The Building & Grounds position is all about creating an environment where every detail communicates how important people are.