Brandon believed in Christ as a child and counts it a privilege to have grown up in a Christian family. As a teenager, the Lord gave him the desire to pursue the ministry. He followed that calling, in part, by graduating from Bible college and participating in several church internships. He also takes a couple of seminary classes a year in order to help develop a deeper understanding of the Word of God.
While in college, Brandon met his wife, Bethany, and they were married in October 2011. In May 2013, the Dyer’s were blessed with a daughter they named Nora. Another daughter, named Laurel, was born to them in March of 2017. Most recently, in July of 2019, the Dyer's welcomed a new baby boy named Reid (also known as R.C.).
Brandon became the interim pastor of WCF in June of 2014 and was installed as pastor in November of the same year. He is privileged and humbled at the responsibility of sharing in the leadership of our church.
As a Rhode Island native, Brandon enjoys all things New England sports. His personal interests and hobbies include reading, hunting, and traditional woodworking.
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Mike grew up in a Christian home, where his dad was a Baptist pastor for over 30 years. Mike believed in our Lord Jesus Christ at a young age, and God has been faithful to steadily grow Mike’s faith through the years.
Mike met his wife, Naomi, at church when they were kids. They were married in 2005 in the same church in which they grew up. In 2011, God blessed Mike and Naomi with their daughter Miriam. In 2014, God again blessed Mike and Naomi with another child, their son Henry.
Mike and Naomi are originally from Denver, Colorado. They moved to Maine in the fall of 2015, and Windsor Christian Fellowship was the first church they visited. They fell in love with the people at WCF, and they felt they had found a church home and family from that very first Sunday.
Mike felt the Lord’s calling to be involved in church leadership for several years leading up to their move to Maine. Once at WCF, Mike felt God’s strong calling to be involved in leadership at the church. Over the majority of 2016, Mike pursued and trained for an eldership position with Pastor Brandon. In January 2017, Mike was affirmed as an elder at WCF.
Mike enjoys watching most sports, playing golf, target shooting, and woodworking. Mike and his family also purchased a house on 26 acres, a major change from their former suburban lifestyle, and they are all enjoying learning the country way of life
Jeff grew up in North Carolina, and as a child, he attended church regularly with his mom and brother. This is where he first heard the gospel. It was in his teen years that Jeff came to saving faith in Christ. While attending Christian college in Denver, Colorado, Jeff met his wife, Beth, and they were married in 1979. God has blessed Jeff and Beth with three children, one daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren.
While serving in their home church in Illinois, Jeff sensed a call to pursue full-time Christian ministry. He and Beth then moved to Colorado, where Jeff attended and graduated from Western Bible College (now Colorado Christian University). While in college, their home church asked Jeff to come on staff as their full-time youth pastor. Jeff remained on staff at Grace Fellowship of Lakewood for the next 30 years, serving in a variety of ministry roles. He was the lead pastor from 1996-2013. During his time at GFL, Jeff received his Master’s Degree in Ministry from Moody Graduate School in Chicago, Illinois.
In 2013, Jeff retired from vocational ministry. In 2017, he and Beth moved to Maine to be closer to family. There were several things that led them to start attending Windsor Christian Fellowship, the primary one being their children and grandchildren attend here! However, in a short amount of time, they developed a deep love for the people of WFC. As Jeff began to use his gifts to serve in the church, it became clear to the leaders that he could help WCF in an official ministry capacity. In November of 2017, Jeff began serving WFC as our Ministry Director. It’s a part-time, volunteer position that allows Jeff to live out his retirement dream of using his gifts to serve Christ and His church.
In his spare time, Jeff loves spending time with Beth and their family. He also enjoys watching most sports, bike riding, all things barbeque, trips to the ocean, fall tree color excursions, fellowship with other believers, reading biographies and other non-fiction literature, talking theology, praying, and reveling in God.