Meet Our Team

Chad Torrison

Lead Pastor

Chad became our Lead Pastor in November 2022. Originally from Greenwood,IN, he has spent the last five years leading a large Young Adults Ministry in the Seattle area. He has his B.S. in Biblical Studies and minor in Youth Ministry from Liberty University, M.T.S. in Preaching and Pastoral Ministry from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Biblical Counseling Certification from ACBC.
Chad is married to Sara and they have three girls Lucy (6), Calvary (2), and Georgia (9 months). In his spare time he enjoys craft coffee, distance running, and golf.
At Bethel he is passionate about preaching the Word, counseling God's people, and leading the incredible team here.

Weston Oxley

Pastor of Adult Ministries

Weston Oxley became Bethel's Adult Ministries Pastor in 2017. Previously, Weston had served for 10 years as the Student Ministries Director. Weston is married to Amy and they have five children.
Weston doesn’t have much spare time because of his five energetic children, but when he does have time, he enjoys coaching soccer, going geocaching, and spending time with his family. Weston also likes to play basketball and watch movies.

Kevin Fogerty

Pastor of Worship and Creative Arts

Kevin has been married to his wife Stephanie since 2011 and have two boys (Judah and Graham) and a baby girl (Selah). Kevin grew up coming to Bethel and loved serving in the worship and youth ministries. After college and working in a few other churches he returned to Bethel as the Director of Worship & Creative Arts in January 2019.
Kevin is passionate about seeing God’s church engaging in heart-felt, spirit-and-truth, vertical adoration of Jesus Christ. Worship is what believers will be doing for all of eternity, so it’s great to practice right now!
In their free time, the Fogerty family loves to travel, be outside, cheer on the world champion Chicago Cubs, and play sports together.

Zachery Klundt

Director of Youth Ministries

Zach is married to his wife Brittni, they have two daughters (Evelynn and Rosalee), a son (Theodor), and a dog named Albus. Zach grew up in the Quad Cities and Brittni grew up in the Peoria area. They were brought together one fateful summer at Faith Bible Camp and the rest is history. He loves being part of the Bethel family and loves getting to know his students, leaders and other people at Bethel.
In his free time you can see Zach spending time with his family, playing disc golf, and other outdoor actives, watching sports, and watching movies/TV Shows. Zach is a fan of the Chicago Cubs and Seattle Seahawks.  

Kiera Spilman

Director of Children and Family Ministries

Kiera Spilman is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Children and Family Ministries. Kiera has served in children’s ministry from a young age and enjoys partnering with families in the discipleship of their children. She is passionate about sharing the love of Christ and the need of a savior to children who have never heard this message. She has worked with children in a variety of ways including globally in Haiti and Guatemala through VBS and Bible Clubs. She comes from a large family of 6 kids and one adorable dog Rex. She enjoys hiking, antique shopping, and finding new coffee shops to try. One of her favorite activities includes watching cheesy Netflix/Hallmark original movies.

Cindy Reynolds

Director of Stewardship

Cindy Reynolds has served as Bethel's Director of Stewardship since 2016.  She has been married to her husband Tim for 30+ years. They have two adult children: Chris (Amber) and Stephen (Valerie), and three grandchildren.  In her role, Cindy manages the financial affairs of the church alongside the Treasurer and Elders. She also works with teams to convey the message to Bethel family members that all we have belongs to God and we are charged with administering our time and our gifts and our finances on His behalf and to His glory.
In their spare time, Tim and Cindy love to spend time with family and friends, especially if they are fishing in Minnesota. Cindy also enjoys gardening.

Jami McGarry

Administrative Assistant

Jami McGarry has been Bethel’s Administrative Assistant since 2007. Jami has been married to her husband Brian for 20+ years and they have two kids, Jake and Maddi, who keep the couple busy with school, church activities, and numerous sporting events.  Jami has attended Bethel her entire life and has many reasons why she loves worshiping here.  One of the things she loves most is the people and how they are such faithful prayer warriors. Jami and her family have counted on these Bethel friends to pray them through many trials in their lives and have been blessed abundantly by their prayers and friendship.
The McGarrys enjoy family activities such as fishing, 4-wheeler rides, long walks with their dogs, playing sports, watching movies and sporting events, as well as finding opportunities to serve Jesus together.

Lauren Eurales

Administrative Assistant  of Worship, Communications, and Adult Ministries

Lauren has attended Bethel for most of her life. She graduated from Western Illinois University with a major in Graphic Communications. In the summer of 2014, she was a media arts intern at Pioneer Bible Translators. Lauren has a heart for ministry and feels very blessed to work with the fabulous staff at Bethel. Most recently, Lauren married DeVone Eurales in October of 2020.

Ron McGarry


Ron's favorite part of his ministry is helping people out and serving them. In Ron's spare time, he enjoys hunting (especially deer) and spending time with his family.

Jake Kelley


Jake Kelley was born in Galesburg and grew up in Indianapolis, IN. He graduated from Decatur Central High School in Indianapolis. He moved back to Galesburg in 2016 to live with his grandparents and attend Carl Sandburg College. He graduated Carl Sandburg with a certificate in automotive technology. Jake currently works for the City of Galesburg part-time in the mornings and for Bethel Baptist Church part-time in the afternoons. In his spare time, Jake enjoys working on his trucks and growing in his daily walk with Christ.