MILO WILSON: Lead Pastor 

BACKGROUND: Milo was raised on a dairy farm 40 miles south of Buffalo in Delevan, NY. He spent 4 years in the Marine Corps as a saxophonist in the Marine Band before getting out and pursuing God’s calling to full-time Ministry. He received his bachelors degree in Church Music with voice as his primary instrument at North Greenville University in South Carolina. He stayed at North Greenville to finish his Masters in Church Ministry in 2007.

FAMILY: Milo and his wife, Erin, married in 2001 and have been blessed with five amazing children. Daylia, Hazyl, Josiah, Maia, and Elias. In 2010, Milo and his family family walked through the loss of their 8 month old son Josiah, who died of a rare heart defect called HLHS. During that time they asked God the tough questions. "Why me? Why do you let this happen to our family? Why don't you pick on someone else instead?" Milo believes God is big enough to handle life's hardest times. Randall Church is a safe place to come and struggle. To stumble towards His open arms.

MINISTRY EXPERIENCE: Milo has been a minister of music and lead worshipper for nearly 15 years. He plays a number of instruments, and loves to sing loud! He has served in the past as a youth pastor, an outreach pastor, and church planter. After leaving the WNY area to join the Marines 1999, Milo returned home to the WNY region in 2010, with a burning desire from God to see lives changed in Buffalo by the power of Jesus Christ. Milo has been part of planting two churches in Buffalo through the North American Mission Board, as well as one in Greenville, SC before accepting the position as Lead Pastor at Randall in March 2016. "Even though Randall is an established church and a long-term staple in our community, our hope and prayer is that will see new faces, new ideas, and a new outlook on what it means to live a transformed life through the power of Jesus Christ. We want to grow old with you. We believe that God has given us answers and lasting solutions to life's biggest obstacles and challenges. We also know that we humans are drawn to do something, and to be something greater than ourselves. We invite you to join us. We invite you to belong to a church family that champions a heritage of faith for the next generation." Milo is very passionate about seeing churches multiply and grow additional churches to further the Kingdom of God. 

Milo and Erin love the outdoors, and spend a great deal of time mountain biking, skiing, and hiking. It is not uncommon for the entire family to sign up and run a 5k, with the elementary schoolers running on their own, and the little ones cruising along in a jogging stroller. The Wilson's love the Village of Williamsville, and spends a great time involved in various activities here. Milo believes whole-heartledly that the power of Christ can transform a community, a culture. 

MARIO DELGADO: Pastor of Worship and Students

BACKGROUND: Mario is a west coast native who was born in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, CA. Close family ties and friendships keep him connected to his southern California roots, however Mario has considered New York his home since 2009. Following 21 years of military service, he retired from the United States Marine Corps in October 2015. Mario has a bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministry from California Baptist University.

FAMILY: Mario and his wife, Denise, have been married since December 2003. They have two children, Josh and Carly.

MINISTRY BACKGROUND: For 20 years, Mario has had the privilege of ministering in churches within the United States and overseas. While living in Orange County California, he served as a bi-vocational youth pastor for six years. Mario has a passion for engaging students with biblical truth and speaking to them in meaningful ways appropriate for their generation. As a worship leader, Mario is comfortable blending traditional and contemporary elements and has led congregational worship for churches in Los Angeles, CA; Brooklyn, NY; Okinawa, Japan; and to deployed service men and women around the world.

BRYAN LONG: Minister of Discipleship and Outreach

BACKGROUND: Bryan grew up around WNY in the Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo areas. He is a third generation pastor after sensing the call to ministry in high school. He double majored in youth ministry and communication at Eastern University. He went on to complete a Master’s of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2012. Bryan enjoys playing sports, guitar, reading, games with friends and is a torchered Buffalo Bills and Sabres fan.

FAMILY: Bryan and his wife, Molly, were married in 2007. They have two children, Mia and Micah, who are exceptionally cute.

MINISTRY EXPERIENCE: Bryan has been serving in different ministry settings for over 10 years. After working with students in Philadelphia, PA, he spent 5 years in Boston, MA in a large church context as a youth pastor and teacher. In 2012, he moved back to Rochester to plant a new expression of church for seekers and skeptics called The Agora Community. His calling is to compellingly and creatively communicate the Gospel in post-Christian contexts and to help people create natural spaces to explore Jesus.

STEPHANIE BOCHYNSKI: Children's Ministry Director

BACKGROUND: Stephanie is from Buffalo, NY. Stephanie received her Bachelor's of Religious Education from Davis College in Binghamton, NY.

FAMILY: Stephanie and her husband, Mark, were married in 1996. They have two sons, Ian and Zachary, whom Stephanie home-schools. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys cheering her boys on at their basketball games.

MINISTRY EXPERIENCE: Stephanie has been teaching in children's ministry for the last twenty years. She also has served alongside her husband in vocational ministry during college in the Binghamton area and abroad in short term missions. Stephanie is passionate about teaching God's Word to children, and feels it is privilege to see them grow in Christ. 

RENIE BOLYN-HAMEL: Administrative Assistant

BACKGROUND: Renie relocated to Buffalo from Cape Hatteras, NC with her family in 2012; having received transfer orders to Buffalo as a recruiter for the Coast Guard. Since then, she has retired having served for twenty one years. After retirement, Renie sought out a job opportunity that would allow for more family time and to serve the church.

FAMILY: Renie and Sean married in April of 2014, and have 2 sons, Westley and Zayden. During her spare time, Renie enjoys spending time with her family and cooking.

MINISTRY EXPERIENCE: While stationed in Hatteras, NC, Renie was part of the outreach team planning and preparing community meals and fund raisers. Once the family moved to Buffalo,  Renie and her husband Sean attend Renewal Church, are involved with Celebrate Recovery, and she is the Renewal Kids Children's Ministry Director.