NEO House Church Network Leadership

NEO-HCN is organized by regionally-based parishes, the largest of which is on the westside of Cleveland. Each parish contains a variety of house churches. Parishes are currently being developed by several church-planters and each parish relates to the centralized leadership of NEO-HCN.

NEO House Church Network Advisory Board

NEO-HCN utilizes an advisory board that regularly meets and consults with the leadership team to discuss strategic direction, methods, and policies. The advisory board is drawn from the membership of NEO-HCN and from respected members of the larger Christian community.

Daryl Anderson

Advisory Board Member

Daryl graduated from John Carroll University with a major in Business Management and French. He possesses a Masters of Arts in Global Interactions from Cleveland State University. The owner of AP Business Solutions, he currently works in economic development as a housing developer. Daryl and his wife Barbara (Bobbi) have three children: Esther, James, and Hannah. Daryl and Bobbi lead the Ward 14 house church. Daryl has a passion to reach Francophone West Africans.

Chelsey Cain

Advisory Board Member

Chelsey earned a B.S. in Visual Communication from Ohio University. She owns Cypress Collective, which focuses on graphic design and branding. She is married to Trevor Cain, both are worship leaders and are blessed to have a wonderful daughter named Corabelle Truth. Chelsey and Trevor lead a house church in Lakewood.

Tom Hare

Advisory Board Member

Tom has B.S. in Geology from Indiana University, and a Master of Leadership in Ministry from The Orlando Institute. He currently serves as the founding Executive Director of HarvestNet Ministries - a cross-denominational, city-reaching ministry and relational network of Kingdom-minded church and marketplace leaders who are committed to work together collaboratively. He also serves as Canon for Church Planting & Re-missioning for the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes. Tom and Rachel have five children and one grandchild, and they reside in Cleveland Heights, OH.

Danielle Keppler

Advisory Board Member

Danielle is an R.N. with a B.S. in Nursing from St. Louis University. She is a mother of seven children. She served in various children’s ministries in churches and BSF for thirteen years. She currently leads the Strongsville house church. She has perhaps been the most long-term supporter of NEO-HCN—we started in her home!

Dr. Ronald Krueger

Advisory Board Member

Ron received his Bachelor of Science at Rutgers University, a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) from University of Washington, and Doctor of Medicine from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). He is a Professor of Ophthalmology at Cleveland Clinic, the Medical Director of Refractive Surgery at the Cole Eye Institute, and a co-developer of LASIK eye surgery. Ron is the former president of Gansu Inc., a medical mission to western China where he makes regular medical missions. Ron is married to Dr. Ivey Thornton Krueger, also an ophthalmologist. They are parents to Elijah Hudson. Ron co-leads the Edgewater house church.

Patt Wadenpfuhl

Advisory Board Member

Patt, a native of Ireland. earned a B.A. in Music from the University of Miami. She is the founder of Ancient Path, a missions & arts organization, and has led and executed reaching and planting in an unreached people group in Madagascar. Patt also leads missions, church planting and an orphanage in Malawi. Patt serves as a worship leader for many NEO-HCN functions. Her husband Ken is also an accomplished musician. They have three adult children and four grandchildren.

Tossie Wiley Jr.

Advisory Board Member

Tossie earned a B.A. in Government from Oberlin College in 1969, and a Juris Doctorate Degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1975. He has practiced law and pastored and is currently serving as a Magistrate Judge for Cleveland Municipal Court. He has been married to his wife Rita for over three decades. They have three adult children and five grandchildren.