Leadership Team

Rev. Paul Barna: I have been the Lead Pastor since 2003. Prior to this, I worked in the semiconductor industry for 12 years in Allentown, PA until I sensed God’s call to full time ministry. My wife and I uprooted our family to Waterford, NY and have watched God do amazing things in our lives, as well as our children and community.  I also serve as the Northside Fire Co. and Waterford Fire Co. Chaplain and serve on the Northside Fire Co. as a Fire Commissioner. I am committed to seeing lives, families, our community, and surrounding areas transformed by the power of Christ. 

Contact me at: Pbarna12188@gmail.com

Pastor Matthew Wyman: I am the Assistant Pastor here at Waterford Wesleyan Church. Originally from Glens Falls I call the 518 home and have been here in Waterford since June of 2018. I love to teach and help people grow in their understanding of the Bible and their faith. I organize our Growth Group ministries as well as our greeting team.

Contact me at: Wyman.Matthewj@gmail.com

Pam Barna:  I have been the Children’s Director for ages 0- 5th grade since 2003. I have a passion for teaching children about Jesus with high energy lessons, worship, and activities. I’m a mom of five and understand what it takes to raise Christ-centered children in our world today.  It is my honor to serve the Lord and the children and families of our community.  

Contact me at: Pambarna17@gmail.com

Ben Howe: I have attended Waterford Wesleyan church for 8 years. I have been a member of the Worship Ministry for 6 years and have been leader of the ministry for the past three years. During my time as leader, I have created a team with a wide range of talent in numerous musical genres from contemporary, rock, country, metal and folk. I also takes great pride in reviving old hymns and remaking them for a more modern age. I have also taken the team outside of the church to perform at events for Albany City Mission, Family Camps, and several parades in Waterford. 

Contact me at: jb.howe77@yahoo.com

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