Changing lifestyles fellowship

Our pastor

pastor Phillip suber
& first lady evelyn suber

Pastor Phillip G. Suber was born on August 31st in 1959.  His parents and family were a great influence on his life and encouraged his faith at a young age.  


He is a product of the former North Forest School District (now HISD) where he met his wife of 36 years, Evelyn Suber. After graduating from Smiley High School in 1978 he went on to earn a degree in Biblical Studies from Union Bible College and Seminary. He served as a member of the PTO of the North Forest ISD and PTO president for Marshal Middle school.


From his marriage to Evelyn, three beautiful children were born. Remicha, Phillip Jr., and Padon are all successfully working in the business of kingdom building. The have also added to the family through marriage- two wonderful daughter-in-laws, Tiffani (Padon), and Barbetta (Phillip Jr.) Suber. Pastor Suber is also overjoyed by the love of his grandchildren.  He has bee blessed with nine grandchildren, with one on the way.


Pastor Suber's Christian walk has been steady and ordained. He began his leadership at Strait Life MBC, as a deacon and under the tutelage of Pastor Charles Carter Sr. This is where he received his call to preach.  He has since been called to Pastor at New Bethel Baptist Church.


Together, Phillip and Evelyn Suber are the Pastor and First Lady of Changing Lifestyles Fellowship Church.  They have committed 18 years of service in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Dayton community and surrounding areas.  Their hard work and commitment have been the epicenter of many individuals' acceptance and acknowledgement of Jesus Christ, as their personal Lord and Savior, along with the betterment of their lives.  However, their services and commitment goes beyond the church walls, and Sunday and Wednesday services.  They have spent countless hours comforting bereaved families, along with helping individuals in abusive relationships, to educate individuals on being Christians and productive citizens overall.