Pastor Wesley Relf
Visionary and Founder of the Rehoboth Saints Center Church of God in Christ, Inc., Wesley Relf has served as Senior Pastor from 1995 to the present. His God-given Vision for Rehoboth is to “Meet the needs of the whole person, both naturally and spiritually.” Pastor Relf is an Ordained Elder in the Church of God in Christ and serves as Vice-Chairman of the Pastor and Elders Council as well as serves on the Ordination Committee.
Pastor Relf serves as Board Chairman for the Rehoboth Community Development Corporation, the Human Services Division of Rehoboth Saints Center Church of God in Christ, Inc.
In concert with the Spirit-filled leading of Rehoboth Saints Center Church of God In Christ Inc., Pastor Relf is a member of the African-American Clergy Community Council in Maricopa County; he formerly served as Chairman of the City of Phoenix Faith-Based Initiatives Work-group; Member of the Fathers & Families Coalition of America Committee; Member of First Things First Regional Council (a committee overseeing $67 million budget for the promotion of early childhood development in Arizona); and as a Human Services Commissioner for the City of Phoenix. He also formerly served as Co-chair of the Governors’ Summit on Youth Aging-Out of Foster Care for the State of Arizona.
Pastor Relf is not only a strong supporter of the local Arizona Jurisdiction and National Church of God In Christ; but has supported several churches within Uganda, Africa, and consistently sown into the New Hope Community Church in Kampala, Uganda, and the lives of 1,000+ orphan children. He is the husband to wife Gwendolyn for fourty years; father to Maya Henley (Tory), Gabriel Relf, Leshay Relf, and John Relf; and proud grandfather to Micah, Jayden, Ezekiel, Victorya, Aubreanna, Forsythia, and Ryder.