Haley Feuerbacher

Haley Feuerbacher

Haley has felt a persistent calling to college-campus ministries since her days as an undergraduate active in Baylor University’s campus ministries. After Baylor, Haley earned a Masters in Theological Studies from Brite Divinity School and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Religious and Culture at SMU, where she has also taught in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program. As a student, minister, and activist, Haley has received several awards for her service and grants for her work for women’s rights in South Africa. Over the past few years, in addition to teaching, writing, and serving in vocational ministry, Haley has co-founded a grassroots movement called Christianity Is a Verb that seeks to encourage the marriage of faith and activism. Haley is most passionate about discovering the Divine in the voices, stories, and struggles that often get marginalized, forming self-giving and mutual relationships, helping young people find their voice to speak truth to power and grace to others, and working together to carry and transform each other’s messes and the messes of this world as Christ’s hands and feet. She is blessed to “explore the Infinite Abyss” of life with her son Christian and husband SB, and she is ineffably grateful and excited for this adventure with the Wesley Foundation!
To contact Haley, email director@thedentonwesley.org


The Denton Wesley staff work to build and grow our students of UNT, TWU and NCTC, into Leaders of the community in the coming years. Without our wonderful student interns and our gracious leader, the Wesley would just be a local hangout. Instead, it is a safe and welcoming place for all students no matter who they are. 

Amanda Baker

After 10+ years in the petroleum and chemical industries, she joined the Wesley family in the position of Ministry Administrator. She was very excited to join the team at Denton Wesley, and she loves to meet all of the students that come through. She's enjoyed taking part in some of the ministries and activities that the organization offers, and is grateful for the purpose and fulfillment that she has found. Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, reading, watching movies, and crafting. She is secretly planning to redecorate the entire building, just as soon as enough people turn their backs. To contact Amanda, email admin@thedentonwesley.org

Baylee Davis

Baylee feels blessed with the opportunity to be part of the Wesley, and she hopes you’ll experience the loving community it offers! This will be her third (and final!) year at UNT and her second as Student Minister at the Wesley. Baylee majors in Psychology with a minor in Theatre. On Sundays, she sings and attends worship at First Lewisville. She served at her home church in Granbury on numerous mission trips and praise bands while in youth, and she returns to intern over the summer. Her favorite part of the Wesley, and something she hopes to continue growing, is the sense of community and welcome it has for ALL people. At the Wesley, Baylee leads the home group Unplugged and sings in the worship band. She loves Dr. Pepper and Whataburger probably more than anyone you’ve met so far, and would usually rather be skiing or four wheeling somewhere in the mountains of Colorado. Her personality is driven by food, laughter, and jam sessions, and 10/10 times, she’d love to get to know you better but might be awkward while doing it. To contact Baylee, email worship@thedentonwesley.org

Taylor Williams

Taylor is the Band Leader for the Wesley Band. He has been an active member of the Wesley since fall of 2010 and has participated in the Wesley Band, Seraphim Choir, and the missions teams. He loves playing and listening to really loud music (and the occasional acoustic ballad). Taylor really enjoys drinking coffee, DC Comics, and obsessing over the Walking Dead. He can usually be found wandering along the Denton Square. To contact Taylor, email worship@thedentonwesley.org

Leah Moore

Leah is the Financial Director of the Wesley. She graduated from Stephen F Austin Stat University with a BBA, majoring Accounting. She has been married to her high school sweetheart, David, for 30+ years. They have two daughters, Meredith and Mallory. Meredith recently graduated from Texas Tech with a BS and is currently cursing at the Texas Tech Health and Science Center. Mallory is studying Art & Technology at UTD. Leah has a passion for Christian care giving and serves the First United Methodist Church in Coppell as a Stephen Minister and Stephen Leader. To contact Leah, email finance@thedentonwesley.org

Ash Milam

My name is Ash, and I’m one of the interns here at the Wesley! I am a junior and a social work major. I am extremely passionate about making this an inclusive space for all students! In my free time, I like to play sports, read, watch Netflix, and go exploring. I also write in my spare time. My favorite genres are fantasy and historical fiction. I am exploring a call to ministry because I want to extend the same light and grace that God has given me over and over again. I pray that They will enable me to make a difference in the Wesley, UNT, and the city of Denton. To contact Ash, email worship@thedentonwesley.org

Thomas Borowski

Thomas is in his final year at Perkins School of Theology. After graduation, Thomas plans to pursue his calling of hospital chaplaincy. He grew up in Conroe, Texas Thomas graduated from Tarleton State University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and minored in accounting, During his time at Tarleton, Thomas was involved in numerous organizations around campus. He began attending the Tarleton Wesley during his senior year. While at the Tarleton Wesley, he was baptized and received his first call into ministry. He loves anything involving music. He enjoys playing video games, reading, watching football and the History Channel during his free time. Thomas is really excited to be a part of the Denton Wesley Foundation.