Pastor/ Elder: Alexander Silva
Paster Alex Silva has shepharded the Fisherman’s Net for over 35 years and continues to do so with conviction, love, and the desire to lead our congregation toward meaningful and fulfilling relationships with Jesus Christ.
My commitment to my Lord and this congregation is deep, spanning more than forty years. I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ on February 4, 1970, the same evening I met Frank Majewski. I was ready at nineteen to turn from a life of sin and recklessness to follow Him. I attended the evangelistic meetings led by Frank and the evening Scripture studies offered to help us learn Scripture. I wanted to grow, be with other Christians and share my faith. This shared desire led Frank and several of us to Bethesda Temple where Pastor Beall began teaching us. I received my Bible training there and sang with the choir. I became the pastor of our church, The Fisherman’s Net, in 1975 after we began a Sunday service. I was ordained through the Assemblies of God International Fellowship.
In 1972 I met a young woman, Sue, who later became my wife. Susie and I were married in 1975 while she was a nursing student. We raised three sons and shared a rich life together. She became ill with cancer and we lost her in 2004. My responsibilities since then continue with the duties attached to serving our church followed by raising my youngest son, David.
My two oldest sons are also serving the Lord. Alex is married to Pam and they have three beautiful children: Samuel, Gemma and Margo. My second oldest, Dwight, recently completed his enlistment with the Marine Corps, having reached the rank of Captain. My week includes praying, meeting and keeping in touch with members, preparing Scripture studies and sermons. I am also on the steering committee for One Macomb, E.A.C.H.
Reading the Bible or a book of choice, with instrumental jazz playing softly in the background, is how I wind down. Traditional and contemporary hymns serve to inspire my praising God. Our household includes a Staffordshire terrier named Cole. He is a loyal companion to David and myself. I consider it a privilege to serve my Lord Jesus and the members of the Fisherman’s Net.
Contact Pastor Alex at 586-254-5210
Assistant Pastor/ Elder: Greg Frezza
Greg served with the Fisherman’s Net for many years. He and his wife Kathy moved to Illinois in 1979, where he helped establish churches. Apart from his pastoral duties, he also served as Chaplain in the Kendall County Jail. His responsibilities will include ministering the Word, meeting with members and bringing his insight to bear on the church.
Contact Pastor Greg at 586-254-5210
Darrell Crull (Sharon)
Dennis Elya (Nancy)
Richard Graham (Judy)
Bruce Paul (Kathy)
Alex Silva Jr. (Pam)
Randy Rivington (Cindy)
Ed Walleman (Christy)