Aletheia Jr. Director
Gab is a huge fan of making jokes, laughing at her jokes, and being with children. She is from Tampa, Florida and moved to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida. Gab oversees Aletheia Jr, which seeks to point our children to Jesus. She is a graduate student working on her master’s in Special Education and she enjoys playing games and being outdoors.
Special Events Team Co-Leader
Jackie grew up in Virginia, where she studied mathematics and secondary education at James Madison University. She moved to Florida in 2011 with her husband Kevin and is now mom to Gideon and Josiah. The vision for special events is to both build relationships within our body of believers as well as provide opportunities to reach out and invite others (friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc.) to join us in the fun.
Women’s Ministry Co-Leader
Myra grew up in Gainesville, Florida with her four siblings. She was dual enrolled at Santa Fe College her senior year of high school where she met her future husband, Steven. After graduating from Santa Fe College, Myra attended the University of South Florida majoring in Communication, Sciences, and Disorders. In 2014, she moved back to Gainesville and married Steven. She also helped to co-lead women’s Bible studies at The Family Church. She began attending Aletheia in January 2016.
Connect with the Women’s Ministry via the Facebook group here!
Isaiah (also known as Josh) grew up in Palm Bay, Florida then moved to Gainesville to study at the University of Florida. After a couple years, he finally landed at Aletheia in 2015, where he has been attending church since. He studied Telecommunication Production with minors in Math and UF Teach, graduating in Spring of 2018 and now works part time at UF as a videographer. His vision as an intern is to glorify God by serving under the leadership of the church to help with needed tasks, allowing more flexibility and time to the other leaders. These tasks include media, greeting, scheduling, discipling, evangelising, and whatever else might come up.