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Our Team

The St. Paul’s Church family is blessed with a dedicated team of clergy and lay leaders who are committed to spreading the Gospel and ministering to our congregation and community. Our pastoral staff brings a wealth of experience along with a passion for preaching, teaching, discipleship, and spiritual development. Meanwhile, our committed volunteers use their gifts to serve in areas like music, hospitality, children’s and youth ministries, missions, administration and more. Together, they cultivate an atmosphere of worship, growth, outreach and care.

What sets our team apart is their heart for people and sincere desire to see lives transformed by the love of Jesus Christ. From our newest members to life-long attenders, you’ll find spiritual mentors ready to come alongside you, support you, and help you deepen your relationship with the Lord. We encourage you to get to know our team and explore how you can get plugged in to service opportunities. We’re excited for all that God has in store as we collectively strive to fulfill the Great Commission.

Pastor Scott Fleming

Lead Pastor

Pastor Scott Fleming has an experience of pastoring for over 30 years. He is most recently from Columbus, Ohio where he has been teaching for 10 years with World Harvest Church as a professor and a music educator. Pastor Fleming has been pastor for the last two years here in Findlay Ohio at St. Paul’s Church. He has been called by God to be here and minister to the people of this great community.

Pastor Matthew Burden
Associate Pastor
Matt is a third-generation pastor and missionary. He served in missions in Latin America for most of his adult life with YWAM, The Cuba Connection Ministries, Father Son Gospel Missions, and the Methodist Church in Cuba. He has served as pastor in four churches, and his experience and passion is in the area of worship, missions, and discipleship. Matt graduated from the National Methodist Seminary in Havana, Cuba in 2023. At St Paul’s he oversees discipleship, media, and hispanic ministries.
Shelly Gibson
Administrative secretary
Shelly has been the Office Manager for St. Paul’s Church since 2019, with over ten years administrative experience altogether. She lives with her husband Kevin, and they have three grown children. Shelly loves the Lord and has a passion to serve the church with her administrative talents. In her personal time she enjoys fun activities with her friends and family.
Gail Malloy
Director of St Paul’s choir and Old Millstream Ringers handbell choir
Gail Malloy has been sharing her music talents and love of Christ with St. Paul’s Church since the fall of 1976 when she was a senior at Bowling Green State University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Music Education that Spring. She was originally hired to be the director of the adult choir, from which she expanded her involvement over the years to include worship and song leader for the weekly services, Vacation Bible School, and vocal soloist for special services. On a weekly basis she is involved in planning the services by selecting the hymns (in coordination with the sermon topics), liturgy readings, and leading the Wesleyan Ringers bell choir. Gail retired after 30 years of teaching vocal music at McComb Schools in 2007, but she continues to serve at St. Paul’s Church. She is a congregation member, and considers the people here as her second family, for which she is thankful to God who has called her to use the music gift that God has given her. This continues to give her great joy.
Emily Thomas
Organist/pianist, director of the Wesleyan Ringers handbell choir
Emily Thomas holds a Bachelors of Music in Music Education and Clarinet Performance from Bowling Green State University and a Masters of Music in Clarinet Performance from Michigan State University. She began her time at St. Paul’s by playing handbell solos once a month and then subbing in the handbell choir. She was “passed the baton” to the Wesleyan Ringers in January 2022 and she began accompanying the Church Choir then as well. Emily is a full time musical instrument repair technician, and in her free time she enjoys running agility with her dog Cadence, kayaking, and performing handbell solos.
Jim Mace
Jim began his musical training on piano. In the early 2000's he began developing his skills as an organist and began playing regularly for St. Paul's and other area churches in 2004. Inspired by the variety, subtleties and raw power of the instrument he continued his training eventually taking on the full time job of St. Paul's organist. Jim would like to thank organist Carolyn Shafer for providing the inspiration for learning the instrument and modeling what an organist could be. Additionally, thanks are offered to Martha Avery and Emily Thomas for their efforts and contributions as organists allowing Jim to participate in the church choir and spending Sundays off in worship with his family. Lastly, thanks are offered to the St. Paul's family and their continued investment in, and unwavering support of, our music program. Soli Deo Gloria!
Roy Haus, and daughter Sally
Roy is a retired electronics semiconductor manager who loves St Paul’s, both it’s people and the building. After serving as the head of Trustees he continues to maintain the building by sharing the custodian job with daughter, Sally.