Interim Senior Pastorstephen@sanibelchurch.com
Dr. Stephen LeBar
Interim Senior Pastor
In 2004, he was ordained in the Christian and Missionary Alliance and then later that year married Stephanie Benner.
Stephanie attended Canadian Bible College in Regina, Canada and studied family counseling.
Kevin has served in two different churches over the past fourteen years. He has served in Glendive, MT for over 7 years and in Helena, MT for over 6 years.
Kevin has always had a desire to serve. The church he was raised in taught and prepared him for ministry along with his family and Christian school. He and Stephanie have a great love for teenagers, and they enjoy teaching and training them to love Jesus.
They have four children; Kristian, Karsten, Karmindy, and Kelyse. Hobbies include water sports, music, camping, relaxing at the beach, and hanging out with his family and teens.
Pastor of Evangelism, Assimilation and Discipleshipdoug@sanibelchurch.com
Pastor of Evangelism, Assimilation and Discipleship
Director of Traditional Musiclee@sanibelchurch.com
Director of Traditional Music
Lee is originally from Portsmouth, Virginia. She attended the Medical College of Virginia where she received her BS in nursing. She also attended Florida Atlantic University where she received her B.F.A. In Organ. She later attended Western Carolina University where she became a Orff Specialist. She is married to Dr. Robert DePuy, a dentist who is also a retired Navy Captain. They have three married daughters, Danielle, Michele & Nicole. They are the proud grandparents of 6 children. Lee and her husband have been living in Cape Coral for 34 years.
Contemporary Worship Leaderanthony@sanibelchurch.com
Contemporary Worship Leader
Faith Community Nursedeborah@sanibelchurch.com
Deborah Stephens BSN RN MBA FCN
Faith Community Nurse
Deb Stephens moved to SW Florida from southeastern Massachusetts in 2005. She received a BS in Nursing from Rhode Island College and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Bryant University. Her clinical experience began at Rhode Island Hospital and she has worked in many clinical arenas as a Case Manager, Nurse Educator and healthcare instructor at a career college. In 2010 Deb took on her first role as Parish Nurse at a church in Ft Myers and in 2012 earned certification as a Faith Community Nurse through the Foundations for Faith Community Nurse Course sponsored by Lee Memorial Health System. Deb served as an interim FCN in the summer of 2014 and joined the staff in early 2015. She draws on her experience and expertise to carry out her role in visitation and as an advocate, educator, and health care advisor for our members. She resides in Cape Coral with her husband Tom: their daughter Laura resides in Ft. Myers and son Mark resides in Tampa.