Aaron Staub

Aaron Staub is a native of Woodburn, Indiana, and was born in Ft. Wayne. He attended Woodburn Lutheran Grade School (Woodburn), Concordia Lutheran High School (Ft. Wayne), and Concordia University-Nebraska. He graduated with a 7th -12th grade teaching degree in Theology and Choral Music. While at Concordia he participated in a variety of music ensembles including A Cappella Choir, Chamber Choir, Concert Band, Pep Band, and Percussion ensemble. His first call was to Living Word Lutheran High School in Jackson, Wisconsin where he taught for eight years. While there he earned his MS in Education Administration from Concordia University- Nebraska. In 2013, Mr. Staub accepted a Call to become the Choral Director at Concordia along with discipleship classroom instruction. Aaron enrolled in the Specific Ministry Pastoral program through the LC-MS Synod and ministered as vicar.  In 2018, he was ordained into the Office of Holy Ministry and now serves Concordia as pastor.  Outside of the classroom, Aaron spends a portion of his time coaching the high school cross country team.

Aaron was married to his wife, Kelli, in 2005. Kelli (a teacher) and Aaron have three kids: Meredith, Gabrielle, and Micah. Mr. Staub enjoys running nearly every day and has participated in several marathons as well as long (200+ mile) relay races. He enjoys working outside, being a “jack of all trades” at home, spending time with his family, and cheering on his Chicago Cubs and Indianapolis Colts. His favorite Bible passage comes from Romans 8:28-39.