Meet Our Staff

Pastor Molly Doreza, Interim Pastor

Pastor Molly brings 25 years of ministry with her, and experience in diverse congregational settings - urban, rural, and multicultural. She is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College (B.A. Music), the Nashotah House Seminary (M.Div) and Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago (Lutheran Studies).   

She has a passion for pastoral ministry, including leading worship, preaching and pastoral care. She also sees the need to help congregations begin to develop ministry for the 21st century: “Today, the tools for faith formation are many and varied, and we have some important new ones in the tool box!  I look forward to accompanying Bay Shore in assessment of its wonderful ministry and vision.” 
 
Pastor Molly lives in Fontana, Wisconsin, with her husband, Tom. She has five children and seven grandchildren. 

 

Kate Yelvington - Office Manager

Kate Yelvington has been the office manager at Bay Shore Lutheran since 2000 and also coordinates the Sunday School program for primary age kids.  She also coordinates a Children's Choir music program that augments worship services a few times a year.  She  considers it a privilege -- and it is her joy and honor -- to share the gifts she has with the families of Bay Shore. She considers the work she does as a "calling."

 

 

Dulcie Shoener - Minister of Keyboard Music

Dulcie Shoener has been a member of Bay Shore Lutheran since 1989. She started accompanying for the children's choir when her daughter, Tegan, was in first grade, and began accompanying for the adult choir in 1996. In 2000, she became the minister of keyboard music for Sunday services. Dulcie has degrees in music and journalism from the University of Nebraska, and she is also a copy editor with Taste of Home, Reminisce and Birds & Blooms magazines in Milwaukee. Dulcie and her husband, Scott, live in Whitefish Bay. Their son, Nathaniel, is an electrical engineer in Menomonee Falls and their daughter, Tegan, is a data analyst in Brookfield.

 

 

Dan Noble - Custodian

Dan Noble is approaching his 17th year as custodian at Bay Shore – and he describes it as “a labor of love.” Born in rural Alabama, Dan has lived in the Milwaukee area since 1969.  He has two children: an adult son, Dan Jr,. and a six-year-old daughter named Danielle.  Dan also works as a volunteer with area homeless organizations, particularly Guest House. “It’s my passion,” said Dan, who was homeless in 2006 and understands the challenges first-hand.