Pastor Dan Labieniec and Family

Thank you for your interest in West Hills Baptist Church.  We are a church with a rich and wonderful history.  I have had the pleasure to serve this diverse assembly since June of 2010. 

I want you to know that I’m deeply humbled by that privilege and do not take the responsibility of shepherding God’s flock lightly.  The passion of my heart is that the Lord Jesus will be glorified in the building of His church. 

With that in mind it is my joy each week to proclaim the life-transforming power of God’s Word through a verse-by-verse exposition of the sacred text, thus allowing God to reveal His beauty to us through  its pages.  It is because of the ongoing influence of His Word that our love for the Savior and each other continues to grow. 

I am thrilled with the work which God has called me to and look forward to the future with great anticipation.  My prayer is that the Lord Jesus will continue to add to His church those who have the same passion to know Him, the same zeal to serve Him, and the same desire to be like Him.  If that’s you, then I invite you to come visit us and see for yourself what God is doing here at WHBC.

Sincerely yours,

Pastor Dan Labieniec
Pastoral Intern Nathan Swanson and Family
I was born in Queens and was blessed to have heard God’s Word as a young child. I learned hundreds of Bible verses through our church’s local Awana program, and these same Scriptures haunted me until the Lord finally opened my heart to believe the gospel at age 14. At 18, I devoted my life to preaching God’s Word, and I met Anna while traveling on a ministry team in 2012. We were married in 2014. The Lord has since blessed us with three children, Alayna, Matthew, and Aliya, who give us all the entertainment we need.
I presently serve as pastoral intern at West Hills Baptist Church. We count it an awesome privilege to serve God’s people in this community, and the study of God’s Word is my life’s passion. We are thrilled to be doing what we love most here in Huntington Station NY!
Sincerely yours,

Pastoral Intern Nathan Swanson