Help us welcome Senior Minister Josef Bilnoski!

Josef officially joined West U. in January 2021 after serving the Lord at Houston’s Impact Church of Christ since 2009. A native of the Houston area, he and his wife of 20 years, Karla, are the proud parents of four boys. Josef is a graduate of the South Houston Bible Institute. Please help us welcome Josef! You can reach him by email at josef@westuchurch.org.

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A message from Josef:

Hello to the Body at West University!

I hope this email finds everyone well and blessed. I just wanted to say “hi” to everyone and reach out in an effort to begin to get to know all of you here at West U. So here is a little info about me:

I was born and raised in Pasadena, TX and grew up at the Watters Rd. Church of Christ. My wife, Karla, and I met in high school and have been married for 20 years. We have 4 sons, Vince (15), Leon (12), Felix (7), and Otis (4). For the last 15 years we have attended the Impact Houston Church of Christ, while serving as a youth minister for 12 of those years. I worked specifically with middle school youth for 4 years and then with the high school youth for 8 years as well as preaching and serving in other roles.

My family and I consider ourselves very blessed to be serving at West U and are excited about what God has planned for this church. Under normal circumstances I would have already been able to meet many of you, but we are obviously in strange times and the opportunity hasn’t afforded itself. But I would like the chance to meet all of you soon. I know for some of you it may not be an option to meet me face to face right now, but I would still enjoy speaking to you by phone (or even email). If you do feel comfortable meeting in person, myself or my wife and I would love to share a meal or cup of coffee with you. If this interests you feel free to email or call me at the office and we can set something up.

I look forward to meeting you all.

Sincerely,

Josef Bilnoski