Pastor n Staff
Pastor n Staff
Oaklyn Baptist Church
Looking Back with Praise & Ahead with Excitement
Posted by Eric Hoheisel on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Any organization worth its salt should, on a regular basis, take inventory of itself. This includes our church. As I look back over the last 5 years, we have, by God’s grace, made incredible strides in reaching our community with the practical love of Jesus. Handicap accessibility, a growing children’s and youth ministry, all during one of the worst economic periods in recent memory…and with no debt! That has to be God! Celebrate with me as we recount the wonderful things God has been doing among us…
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Meet Our Sr. Pastor
Rev. Eric Hoheisel
Rev. Eric Hoheisel is the Pastor of the Oaklyn Baptist Church in Oaklyn, NJ, and is a past moderator of the Greater Delaware Valley Association of the American Baptist Churches of NJ. Previously he served as the Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Jamestown, Ohio, and as an Interim Pastor at Washington Community Fellowship, Washington D.C. Pastor Hoheisel is a 1995 graduate of Eastern Baptist Seminary (now Palmer Theological Seminary) and a 1984 graduate of Wittenberg University (Ohio). Prior to his service as Pastor, Rev. Hoheisel served as Executive Director of Love & Action, a Christian ministry to men, women and children with HIV/AIDS (1990-1992). There he developed and conducted educational seminars and workshops for churches and helped coordinate a national network of like-minded ministries. From 1987-1990 he worked in Washington D.C. doing urban mission work through Youth with a Mission. At the time he also served on a steering committee for the Congressional Staff Fellowship. Prior to entering ministry, Eric was a Senior Consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton in the area of Telecommunications Policy. Pastor Hoheisel has two sons, Will and Luke. His wife, Jennifer, is a Professor of Philosophy at Camden County College. Rev. Hoheisel has a special heart for prayer and spiritual formation issues. He also greatly enjoys finding the connections between spirituality and the fine arts. Pastor Eric conducts a five session workshop on prayer. For more information on this workshop, please contact the church office.
In Memory of Tom Warner 1952-2013
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