Our Staff

  • Betty Baran

    Financial secretary


    Betty joined our staff in January of 2016 and has over 25 years of accounting experience. She is married to Larry, mother of two adult children who live in Chicago, and loves her golden retriever. She enjoys nature, reading, traveling and crafts and is a life long resident of South Lyon.

  • Hannah Martino, Office Administrator

    hannah. Martino@fellowshipepc.org

    Hannah joined our staff January 2023. Previously she worked at Trinity EPC and Northridge Church. She is the rare combination of highly organized, administrative-minded, as well as a great heart for people. When she is not in the office, she co-leads a young adult bible study, spends time getting coffee with friend and loves on her pets. 

  • Christine Haverkate

    Director of Children's Ministry


    We welcomed Christine to our staff in August 2021. She has been active with her home church on their CE board, at their school, and with their children's ministry for the last four years. Before that, she was self-employed and, before that, she had a corporate job. In the last few years, she has felt called by God to pursue Children's Ministry as a career and is excited to serve at Fellowship Church.  Christine is the mother of two growing children!


  • Kyle Riehle

    Music Director


    Kyle is an Ohio native who will always root for the Buckeyes...but we love him anyway. He leads our Sunday morning worship and directs our church choir. He and his wife Trish have been a part of Fellowship since 1995. 

  • Trish Riehle

    Junior Church Director


    Trish is a former school teacher who now leads our junior church and children choir. She has a heart for elementary students and is gifted at helping them to grow in their faith. She is married to our music director Kyle and they have three adult children. 

  • Carlos Salgado-Perez

    Director of Youth Ministry


    Carlos joined us part-time in February 2022.  He is a "son" of Fellowship and recently graduated from Eastern Michigan University.  His desire for the youth ministry is to build relationships with students to work with parents and the youth committee as a team to help Middle School and High School students grow as faithful disciples of Jesus.