BCS Board of Directors
The Board of Directors at BCS seeks to support the school in many ways. All Board meetings are open to all BCS stakeholders, including current families, teachers, and students. If you would like to contact the Board Chair, you may email him at any time.
Kevin Francis Donlon presently serves at Church of the Resurrection, Tampa, which was established in 2002 and has served on the BCS board since 2017.
- Ordained an Anglican priest in 1989.
- Made a Canon at St. Etienne s Anglican Cathedral Kigali, Rwanda in 2010 and at St. Peters Anglican Cathedral, Likoma Island in Malawi in 2012.
- Consecrated Bishop Emissary for the Anglican Diocese of Dunkwa-On-Offin, Ghana, on May 13, 2017.
He has previously served as a(n):
- Curate, St. David’s Episcopal Church, Lakeland FL 1989-1991
- Vicar, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Wake Forest, NC, 1991-1993
- Associate Rector, Church of the Holy Comforter, Charlotte, NC, 1993-1996
- Rector, Saint Mary’s Church and School, Tampa, Florida, 1996-2002
Bishop Kevin's focus in ministry has emphasized the need for Christian formation locally and globally. He also has extensive experience in mission development and international partnership.
Prior to ordination, Fr. Donlon served as an instructor of theology on the secondary and junior college levels, as well as trainer for those seeking to be involved in catechetical ministry to adolescents and adults.
Bishop Kevin holds a:
- BA in Philosophy from Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception Seminary, NY (USA)
- Th.M. in Catechetical Theology from Saint John’s University, NY (USA)
- Diploma in Anglican Studies from the General Theological Seminary, (USA)
- Ph.D. in Historical Theology from the Graduate Theological Foundation (USA) and the Oxford University Summer Programme in Theology (Kellogg College, UK)
- LL.M in Canon Law from Cardiff University (UK)
Rabbi Steven J. Weiler was born in Manhattan, NY, to Jewish parents who had escaped Vienna, Austria during the Holocaust. Living in a primarily Jewish town (Great Neck, Long Island) he had never been aware of anyone who believed Yeshua is the Messiah, nor had anyone shared their faith with him. But at age 18, Steve went to see the movie The Greatest Story Ever Told and his life was changed forever. Shortly thereafter, he dedicated his life to serving the Lord.
Steve spent his college years in Baltimore, MD, where he received a Bachelors Degree in Music Education from Peabody Conservatory of Music. Later he received a Masters Degree in Education from Johns Hopkins University while teaching at an inner-city high school for four years. Also during this time, he was singing as a paid soloist at various conservative synagogues and churches, while also attending Beit HaMashiach Messianic Synagogue.
In 1979, after a few years of sales, Steve moved his family to Philadelphia , PA , in order to become the sales manager of an industrial safety company. A few years later he started his own business: Weiler Strength & Fitness. In 1988, he became the principal of Chalutzim Academy – a private K12 Messianic Jewish day school of Congregation Beth Yeshua. There he also served as the chief administrator, taught various courses including “Fundamentals of Biblical Judaism”, led a children’s chorus group called Growing Faith, produced two Messianic children’s albums, coproduced two musicals, oversaw the youth program, and led an adult singing troupe called “Shivat Tzion” (Return of Zion) which produced two albums.
Steve was ordained as a Messianic Rabbi by the leadership of Congregation Beth Yeshua which is under the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA)and the International Association of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS). In April 1999, he moved his family to Tampa, FL to become the rabbi of Shoresh David Messianic Synagogue. He has always had a burden for youth, strengthening families, having unity in the Body of Believers, and to see his fellow Jewish people accept Yeshua as their Messiah.
Rabbi Steve also serves on the boards of: The Tree of Life Bible Society, The Tampa Bay Committee To Bless Israel , Ner Tamid, and Bayshore Christian School. He also served for six years on the Executive Committee of the MJAA/IAMCS. Since 1999, Steve has been privileged to begin 6 more Shoresh David Messianic Synagogues in the Greater Tampa, Lakeland, and St. Petersburg areas. Also, each week, and for a number of years, Steve has been on WTBN radio in the Tampa Bay area.
Rabbi Steve is blessed with a wonderful wife, Pat, who has often led praise and worship at Shoresh David in Tampa. They have two daughters together – Rebecca and Sarah. Rebecca, who lived in Israel for 15 years, now lives in Tampa with her husband Yosi, and daughters, Noa and Eden, and often leads worship at Shoresh David in Tampa. Sarah has also been involved in leading worship at Shoresh David in Tampa for a number of years, and she and her husband, Mario, have two boys, MJ and Gabriel.
Mary currently serves as secretary on the Bayshore Christian School Board of Directors. With a strong belief that God has ordained and commissioned the school, she passionately supports the school’s academic mission and vision as well as the spiritual charge to make disciples for the kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ.
A life-long member of Bayshore Methodist Church, Mary also serves as Chairwoman of the BUMC Board of Trustees. She has served the congregation in various capacities and continues to attend Sunday services. In her current role, she is committed to maintaining a relationship between the church and Bayshore Christian School that supports the continued use of the church properties by BCS to achieve their mission and vision.
Mary is a Tampa native who grew up in South Tampa and graduated from Robinson High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and a master’s degree from the University of South Florida Department of Education specializing in Adult Education with a certificate in Human Resources Leadership. Mary has three adult children who graduated from BCS with a solid academic and spiritual foundation.
“I am honored to serve the BCS staff, faculty, and families in order provide an excellent educational experience for our students while sharing the gospel of God’s love for all mankind.”
Bayshore Christian School graduate: 1990
2018-2019 BCS Alumni of the Year
Bachelor of Science: Accounting, University of Tampa
MBA: Marketing Management, University of Tampa
Over 20 years of Accounting experience (with 15 years of senior management experience)
Current employer: Director of Finance for Jopeda Biosciences and Merrick Wellness; Business Consultant
Member of Bay Cities Fellowship (non-denominational Christian church in Oldsmar, Florida)
Dana Boliard (wife of almost 19 years) and son, Brett
In addition, I had an International student live with me who graduated from Bayshore Christian (2016) that is currently attending Stetson University
Volunteer Leader – Current Initiatives (9 Years)
Mentor (Young people)
Albert is a Tampa native and graduate of Jesuit High School and the University of Florida (Go Gators!) where he earned degrees in Economics and History. He gained entry into the world of construction after college, working for a home permitting company and working for a Class A contractor firm. He quickly found a passion in building, home renovation, and commercial real estate.
In 2002, Signature Properties was born, and since then Albert has focused on his goals of helping his clients to build or renovate their desired project. His expertise spans from commercial construction and commercial build outs, new home construction, renovations and restoration of older homes.
His other passions include being a husband and father to his twin children. He loves traveling, family time, and taking his children to Disney every chance he can. Football season is a huge favorite—Go Gators again.
Linda has served on the Board of Directors for Bayshore Christian School since 2015, and she has a long history with the school.
Both sons graduated from BCS and Linda worked at the school during their time there. Her love for Bayshore made the drive from St. Petersburg well worth the trip.
Linda also worked at Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services as an administrative assistant for about 10 years, and she has been an active volunteer for most of her adult life by serving as Sunday school teacher, supporting children’s ministries, facilitating vacation Bible school, and serving on various boards. Linda places a high value on Christian education and achieving the vision/mission of BCS.
She continues to live in St. Petersburg, but attends Sunday services at Bayshore. She is happiest when leading folks in praise and worship and into the presence of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.