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Youth Group Team

Stephen Vesolich, the Assistant Pastor of Centerpoint Community Church, serves as the pastor of student ministries, as well as the minister of music. Stephen has a long back ground in working with kids as a youth leader, camp counselor at Pine Valley and YGI, guitar teacher, and school teacher. He has participated in mission trips to Jamaica and China, and has helped lead the youth of Centerpoint on a week of service to the Pittsburgh Project.

 

Lisa Vesolich is so excited to help lead the Centerpoint Youth. Teaching dance since the age of twelve, she has enjoyed instructing children most of her life. Lisa has choreographed several musicals both at BCCS and Beaver Falls High School as well as helped to lead the Geneva College Musical Theater Camp. On a daily basis, she trains individuals with disabilities to hold jobs within the community.  Lisa hopes to impart to Centerpoint's youth the message from Ecclesiastes 9:10, "Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.

 

Nate Langelli is a high school Social Studies teacher at Freedom Area School District. As a Pastor's son, Nate has been blessed to serve in the church for a very long time.  He has helped lead Sunday School, Awana (Children's Bible program), and other various activities serving children and youth. He enjoys the occasional racquetball game and more importantly - he enjoys being able to serve the Lord.  He looks forward to working more with the youth at Centerpoint and watching God grow our church as we seek after Him.


Amy Langelli has a passion for youth. She is a high school math teacher at South Side High School and loves working with youth on a daily basis. She and her husband (Nate) have two beautiful daughters, Lilyanne Grace and Rosalynn Joy, who not only keep them on their toes, but more importantly keep them thanking God for such a precious gifts. They desire to see Lily and Rosie grow up in the Lord and serve Him every day of their lives - and they hope to lead by example. During her teen years, Amy led a dance ministry in her church and a group of young girls called "God's Girls. She has served on a couple of mission trips and is very excited to serve in the middle school youth group as well! She desires to show the youth, through example, that it takes courage to be different from the world that surrounds them. I John 2:15-17