Our Staff


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Eneyas "E" Freitas - Pastor


Rev. Dr. Eneyas Freitas, or he is normally known as pastor “E”, is originally from Brazil. He has been serving the presbyterian church for many years in Brazil and in different parts of the US. He earned his Master of Divinity from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary — Post-Literacy and Preaching in Post-Modern and Post-Christian Culture. He has served a number of mission organizations such as YWAM (Youth With a Mission) and 10/40 Window. He also has served as youth pastor in Florida, as associate pastor in Texas, lead pastor in Michigan, organizing pastor in Wisconsin, and lately, as organizing pastor for First Presbyterian Church of Phoenix (AKA) Urban Connect PHX / Executive Director for the Vintage 45.

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Denise Freitas- Children's Ministry Director


Denise Freitas is originally from Brazil, but lives in USA for more than 20 years. She is married to Pastor E and has 2 children Nick and Gabe. She also loves working with children, music, theater and production. She has been working with Children’s Ministry for over 25 years. Previously, she was a music teacher and Theater Director at Leading Edge academy in Arizona. She’s got her Bachelor in music and started her Master’s of Arts and Worship at Calvin Theological Seminary.

Eric Borow - Multimedia Coordinator

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Gabe Freitas - Youth Coordinator

Gabe Freitas is a young and hungry leader. His most recent involvement with ministry came in 2016 in Arizona when he and a couple of friends started a college ministry.  Also, he has been involved and trained in multimedia at YWAM (Youth With A Mission) -- Project 21 -- in Hawaii. Currently, he is a Mass Communications major at USF (go bulls) and has created new media content for Northeast Presbyterian Church (NEPC).  Furthermore, Gabe has a tremendous passion to see middle and high schoolers to be deeply impacted and transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Harbor Ministries at NEPC.