Public school employees can find where current, weekly fellowships exist throughout the county, as well as how to establish one within their school/department. Staff are prayed for on a regular basis that God would create intentional, spirit-filled conversations with other staff members to bring others to an awareness of God’s saving grace through the Gospel.
Church leaders have an exciting opportunity to connect their congregation to the vision of Staff Fellowship. This could be through the presentation of a SF staff member during the service, through a breakout session after service, or as a small group discussion. Most public school employees who attend church on Sundays are excited to bring the Church to their workplace as a weekly Bible study within their school.
The prayer/financial team member believes in the vision of Staff Fellowship and how God is building His movement of believers within the public school system to create a new revival among staff, students, families, and communities. Financial support is used to draw a greater awareness through digital and physical social formats, to enlist more SF staff to extend reach within more schools, more counties, and ultimately, more states nationwide.
About STAFF Fellowship Inc.
STAFF Fellowship (STAFFF) exists to unify public school staff around the Gospel by establishing weekly staff Bible studies within individual schools and other offices affiliated with Loudoun County Public Schools. They intentionally raise up and equip school staff members with resources to effectively lead their colleagues in studying the Bible and praying together. STAFFF believes the public school system is the most influential community impacting families and students today, second to the local church. Those who prioritize the Gospel have the most influence to directly transform the culture from fear and anxiety, to truth and hope found in Jesus Christ.
About Brett Lesher
Brett is passionate about the culture of public education, and all who are connected. He graduated from Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville, and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in communications from Liberty University and a master’s in educational counseling from Lynchburg College. During his career as a counselor within Loudoun County Public Schools, he launched faculty Bible studies within each of the schools he worked. Through those experiences, he formed relationships with other staff members eager to read the Gospel aloud and pray for the specific needs impacting their campuses. Brett recognized that many faculty around the county were eager to connect in similar ways. As a result, he took a leap of faith to leave his full-time position to create STAFF Fellowship Inc.