Congregational Staff

Roeh Todd R. Westphal

Todd Westphal was ordained in 1993 and has a degree from Messiah Biblical Institute and attended East Coast Bible College. Todd is a six-year veteran of the U. S. Navy where he got a chance to travel all over the world. He serves on the Tikkun International Board and American Apostolic Team.

Roeh Westphal has a great love for the Lord and for His Word. His desire is to see the body of Messiah equipped and released into what the Lord has created them to be. His energy and zeal are infectious. Todd and his lovely wife Deborah have been married over thirty years and live in the Frederick area.

Elder & Associate Pastor Jason L. Trevett

Jason was ordained in 2010 and has a Bachelors of Arts in Religious Studies from Regent University. He is currently pursuing a Master of History from Western Kentucky University Online. He has been a worship leader at ESC since 2000 and has been serving in youth ministry since 1998.

Jason has a desire to see hearts from all generations engaged in the Lord and fully equipped to impact their enviroment – their families, schools and neighborhoods with the presence of Adonai. He also has a heart to see people changed by the Spirit of the Lord as they worship Him in Spirit and in Truth. Jason and his wife Laura have been married since 2008 and have two wonderful boys Caden and Colson, whom they adore. They love spending quality time with family and friends.

Elder and Executive Pastor Andrew P. Gudgeon

Andrew has been serving the ESC community in worship for many years. He is now serving on staff as worship director and young adult ministry leader. Andrew is currently pursuing a Bachelors degree in Music Production at Berklee College of Music.

Andrew is passionate about seeing worshipers and next generation worship leaders equipped and released to lead hearts back to the Creator. Andrew and his wife Sarah have been married since 2010 and enjoy time spent with mishpocha (family).


Pastor Huey Brown

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you” Matthew 28:19-20

Mark Freese

“Yeshua said, ‘It is enough for the disciple to become like his teacher’…”. By God’s grace and power, I am committed to this lifelong process. Blessings, Mark