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Meet our Staff

Will Reinmuth
Will Reinmuth
Afraid to fail.  Defender of self.  In over my head.  Exhausted.  Failure.   
Those would be the only words to describe me, and this ridiculous adventure called church planting, if not for the very real, very powerful grace of God in the Person of Jesus Christ.  Like many in Rockland, I grew up believing the idea of God, but I had no idea what a personal relationship with Jesus Christ was all about.  It was not until God softened my heart through suffering, that I finally began to understand how the real Jesus changes everything!  Because of Jesus, I now know who I am—beloved, son, forgiven and free!  And wonder of wonders, I actually get paid to stand up and tell people about Him!  I am a raw, unconventional, in-process, and imperfect follower of Jesus.  I am the proud father of Eva, Liam and Noah, a fan of the Yankees & Giants, a Crossfit athlete, a connoisseur of good steak and fine wine, and the lucky one who gets to share it all with my beloved, Christin.  
Rozz Morehead
Rozz Morehead-Strebe
Music Director
I was born and raised in Kannapolis, NC, and began singing at church around age 8 at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, where I accepted Christ as a teenager. Although I believed what I had been taught, it was kinda “the law” in the South to be a God-fearing, (emphasis on fearing!) Christian. With scholarships, I attended UNCC receiving my BCA degree, then moved to NY to pursue a music career. My first “gigs” were at the comedy clubs Catch A Rising Star and Dangerfield’s where I honed not only my singing, but how to interact with an audience and make them laugh. Key:”Don't think of yourself more highly than you ought to think.” will always help in comedy. I opened for Rodney, Redd Foxx and many others including Jay Leno, who taught me the fine art of playing Ms. Pacman.
This led to a singing lead for a band called The Teenagers, known for their hits “Why Do Fools Fall In Love” and “Goody Goody”. We opened for Martha and the Vandellas, The Drifters, The Coasters, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, just to name a few. I was amazed because I thought most of these folks were dead already! With a submission of a home demo, I was chosen to appear on Star Search with Ed McMahon, the first of the American Idol! Those appearances opened the door to a career on Broadway, recording with Moby, Black 47, Grover Washington, Eartha Kitt and as a back up singer for Diana Ross, Ben E. King, Maxwell, Jason Robert Brown and many others. I’ve performed with symphony orchestras, for corporate clients, and with many wedding bands over the years, and can be heard on several episodes of The Wonder Pets. I also co-wrote the title cut “Home For Christmas” for NSYNC. 
It’s been a glorious career, but I hit my stride when God did a 180 in my life and called me into a real, one on one relationship with Him, and into full time ministry. Now I’m working double duty as the Music Director at All Souls in the morning and at Redeemer Presbyterian NYC Eastside in the evening. I also serve as a deaconess at All Souls. I can say without question, that these are the best “gigs” I’ve ever had. Leading His people into worship is a privilege, an honor, and a blessing. Coming to see that His plans were bigger than anything I could’ve dreamed up… Priceless! I could have never imagined that I’d come full circle to singing at church each week, and miracle of miracles, worshipping with my husband, Vince Strebe standing next to me. “Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us”, I surrender all!
Tracy Walker
Tracy Walker
Children’s Ministry Director

I am a certified elementary school teacher and veteran mom to three amazing boys who are fast becoming young men.  My husband Doug and I have spent our Family Years as part of the ministry community at Nyack College.  Because I believe God’s design is for faith to grow in a family setting, my mission as Director of Children’s Ministries is to support and encourage an intentional, invested faith-walk for parents, and to equip parents, together with the church, to guide their children toward a faithful understanding of their true purpose and place in God’s family.

Carl Whitlatch
Ministry Director
Katie Berry
Mercy Coordinator

Growing up in the 1950's, I was deeply touched by the story of Ann Frank, and thoroughly confused by the horrors of the Nazi extermination camps.  I felt driven to understand how "normal" people could participate in atrocities, and how a good God could allow such things. Thus began my lifelong fascination with human psychology, and my pursuit of understanding if Jesus is who He says He is.

After a long and satisfying career as a social worker, I find myself being led to continue using my desire to help others in a new way.  And so, I have accepted the position of Mercy Coordinator at All Souls Church!  In this role, I hope to come to understand how the church can more deeply intersect with the needs of the church body and outlying community, and to help the church leaders develop plans that are effective in reaching more and more people in need.
I have found that the wisdom of Proverbs 11:25"he who refreshes others is himself refreshed,” is true. It is in serving that we find life. And, I have found that Jesus IS who He says He is. As Corrie Ten Boom, survivor of the camps, said, "There is no pit so deep that God's love is not deeper still."

Jacob Ling
Pastoral Care
Rana Park
Youth Director
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA which explains my love for the Dodgers, In-n-Out burgers and street tacos.  I went to church as a child mostly because of my grandmother.  I loved it.  I have fond memories of crawling under the sanctuary pews while my grandmother prayed.  It wasn't until I was 13-years-old that I began a real, intimate relationship with Jesus and it began with asking too many questions during a Bible study and getting kicked out.  The search began to have a faith that was my own, not one that I had to accept without questions.  It wasn't easy finding Christian friends during high school especially my high school's population was 95% Jewish but we did manage to have a small Christian club.  And, since I wore so many Christian t-shirts with Bible verses one girl even commented that I'm like a T-shirt missionary since she found herself reading Bible verses while sitting behind me in class.  
One verse I loved in high school was Acts 17:11 which reads "Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true."  I loved reading the Word and loved even more that I could receive the Word with eagerness but also examine them for myself.  So when came time to decide if becoming a social worker was the right path for me I decided to take a break and go to school to read the Bible all day long.  Seminary?  How awesome?!  
At Fuller Seminary I discovered the amazing world of studying the word and serving families.  So I finished my masters with a Youth, Family & Culture concentration and God led me to the east coast where I have been for a decade.  
This last decade has been the best yet:  I married my awesome husband, John, and had three wonderful children - Emet, Zoe and Callie.  Their names are based on John 14:6 where Jesus says he is the "Way, the truth and the life."  Emet means "truth" in Hebrew.  Zoe means "life" in Greek.  As for Callie, John came up with this wonderful combination of the Spanish word "calle" and a small tribute to our Cali roots.  Together, we stumble and follow God's call to live in Rockland County (which we thought was just a random decision) as He reveals to us small tidbits of His amazing and wonderful plan for us.  We don't know the entire plan just yet and we don't need to.  
Rachel Misselbeck
Office Manager

Hello, I’m Rachel Misselbeck, the Office Manager here at All Souls. I have extensive experience in communications, design and management but most people know me for wearing my heart on my sleeve and marching to the beat of my own eclectic drum. My favorite company are those who don’t attempt to appear all put together in their flawed humanity. I’m unabashedly in their camp.
I married a great guy and together we fumble our way through raising four kids—yes, four kids is a lot of kids. We mostly hope for two things—that they would not live in a godless world and for them to know they’re loved and have a place of belonging at home--no matter what.  
As much of a gift as family and friends are, it pales in comparison to knowing Christ. Gerard Manley Hopkins writes, “The world is charged with the grandeur of God.” In the dips and peaks he is present, intimately close and intricately involved. It is a wonder to both behold and experience. I will always be hook-line-and-sinker for the Gospel.
Why does any of that matter? Because I get why we’re here, and that translates even into the mundane tasks of spreadsheets. I’m more than glad to be a part of this team.

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Called to Work
July 15, 2018 / Guest Speaker
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