Pastor Joe Green has been involved in significant Christian leadership for the past 30 years, and in the last five years has become increasingly involved in Jewish-Christian dialogue and cooperation in support of Israel.

He pastored a significant church in New England for nearly 25 years, has led teams of men and women on humanitarian aid outreaches in El Salvador, Haiti, Europe, and Russia to helping to build homes, establish feeding centers, and help the broken and hurting of the world.
Joe also was the National Outreach Director for CBN’s Operation Blessing. In his role, he regularly met with Senators, Congressman, and Governors while traveling extensively throughout many of America’s largest cities establishing programs to help the “at risk” populations in need. Through education, job training, nutrition programs, financial training, and spiritual guidance, the programs he led have seen an incredible transformation in the lives of multitudes.

In 2010 Joe became involved with Jewish/Christian dialogue. He became the first President of Rabbis and Ministers for Israel based in New England. He went on to become the first non-Jew to sit on the Board of the American Friends of ALYN Hospital. He later became Vice President of the Board and served as the first full-time evangelical to take the message of this Pediatric Rehabilitation Hospital in Jerusalem to the Church.

Joe has his Master’s Degree in Biblical Theology and accomplishments include being an author, speaker, and Commercial Pilot.