Church Pastors

pastor of Mt. Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church

James Abrams



pastor of Iglesia Bautista Rey De Reyes

Alejandro Aguilar

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pastor of First Baptist Church of Winters

James D. Allen

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pastor of Country Oaks Baptist Church

Scott Barham

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pastor of Fourteenth Avenue Baptist Church

Steve Belden

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pastor of Redeemed Community Church

Nelson Beltran

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pastor of Oakside Church

Bill Bibbins

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associate pastor of Grace Romanian Church

John Bilti

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pastor of True Light Missionary Baptist Church

Bobby Bonds



pastor of Seven Stars Baptist Church

Darrell Brengettsey

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pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church

Delbert Roy Burell

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pastor of Capital City Baptist Church

Ken Campbell

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Church: Capital City Baptist Church

Pastor: Ken Campbell, Aka Pastor Ken

Bio Info: My call to ministry came during Bible college in the early '80's, but was not able to continue school so spent the better part of 30 years as a layperson serving mostly in music ministry and men's ministry. After receiving a challenge from the pastor I was serving under in 2012 to do something with that call, my wife and I with much prayer and consideration created a five-year plan that would enable me educationally and us financially to enter minimally part-time ministry.

Already possessing an AS degree in Administration of Justice, I enrolled at Liberty University and obtained my BS in Interdisciplinary Studies (Criminal Justice and Biblical Studies with a Theology focus) in 2014. My main goal was to attend seminary after LU, so I attended the distance learning program at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and graduated with my MTS (Masters of Theological Studies) in 2016.

During the time I was at LU, I was called by First Baptist Church Linden, CA (SBC) to be their Minister of Music in 2013, and ordained there the next year. I began doing some pulpit filling there and at another church, and they called me to be their pastor in 2016. I served as pastor of Faith Baptist Church Stockton (GARBC) for two years as a bi-vocational pastor.

As things began to change at my "day" job, we felt God moving us closer to full-time ministry. I was recently (7-29-18) voted to become the senior pastor at Capital City Baptist Church and began serving there on September 2nd. I had submitted a resume back in January 2018 after searching for a full-time SBC opportunity on the SBC website. What a great resource for churches and those seeking to serve!

Family: Tricia and I were married in 1982 and have two adult daughters. Our oldest, Brittany, is married to Robert (they are both school teachers) and has our only grandchild, Jude, who is 4 years old. Brianna, our youngest, lives in Lincoln, CA, and is on staff at William Jessup University as an administrator in the athletic department. Tricia works for the Lodi Unified School district as a special education teacher specializing in autism. She has a deep love for children. We have lived in Stockton for the last 15 years and are looking forward to moving to the Elk Grove area.

Church: CCBC's current gatherings are: Sunday-9:30 am SS, 10:50 am Worship service; Wednesday-6:30 pm Youth/College Bible Study and Adult Bible study and prayer meeting. The women are very active and all their events are on our calendar on our website at We will be adding a men's morning Bible study this fall and prayerfully are looking forward to adding a children's program midweek. CCBC is known for its "Journey to the Cross" which is an illustration of the events including and leading up to the resurrection of Christ during the Easter season.

CCBC has a rich history in Elk Grove, and we look to continue that history and find new ways to engage our community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.



pastor of First Baptist Church of Elverta

Peter Ceccardi

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pastor of Light of Salvation Church

Nikolay Chepurny

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pastor of Gracepoint Davis Church

Peter Choi

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pastor of Signal Heights Baptist Church

Jeff Coburn

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pastor of Roseville Baptist Church

David Collins

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pastor of Iglesia Bautista De Los Hecho

Werner Cotto

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pastor of New Love Ministries

Billy Cummings

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pastor of Shalom La Israel (Messianic Congregation)

Sergey Dubyaga



pastor of Woodland United Fellowship

Dooba Eibensteiner

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pastor of Mision Hispana

Haroll Estevez

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pastor of Iglesia Bautista la Red

Salvador Fernandez



pastor of Hillsdale Boulevard Baptist Church

Jim Fredrickson

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Hillsdale Boulevard Baptist Church

Hillsdale Blvd Baptist Church
6201 Hillsdale Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95842
(916) 331-2741

9:00 am Coffee Fellowship
9:30 am Bible Study for All Ages
10:45 am Worship Service
11:15 am Children's Church

5:30 pm All Family Fellowship Meal
6:30 pm All Family Prayer & Meditation
6:30 pm Mission Friends for preschool
6:30 pm Kids Connection
6:30 pm Revolution for youth

Rev. Jim Fredrickson
916 606-3198

Ministry for the Lord has been Pastor Jim's passion since his senior year of High School. He has been serving the Lord faithfully in many capacities since 1973; starting with the Summer Missionary Teams, serving as Worship Leader for a couple of years with the California Southern Baptist Convention.

Pastor Jim has fully utilized the gifts God has given him, first of all, his love for music and skill in leading worship for youth and adults, and most of all, his passion for teaching and preaching. Pastor Jim excels at teaching and preaching God's word and being able to relate to both the young and the old, that they may apply God's word to their everyday life. Pastor Jim is very personable, loves people and loves serving God.

Pastor Jim has been at Hillsdale Blvd Baptist Church since September 2000, with his wife Debbie and daughter Christina. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the California Baptist University in 1977 and a Masters of Religious Education Degree from the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in 1983. Pastor Jim enjoys reading, playing golf, and watching movies, along with trips to Yosemite and the Northern coast with his family.

To Know God's Love . Show God's Love . Share God's Love

Hillsdale Blvd Baptist Church believes that our values must envelop us and be the driving force behind the Ministries and activities we involve ourselves in.

Glorifying God as we surrender our lives to Him through prayer, praise, preaching and giving.

Spiritual communion with God through giving thanks, adoration, confession, supplication and seeking guidance.

Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to unbelievers.

Godly management of resources given to us by God; our time, talents and money.

Through our giving, praying and going, we focus on reaching unbelievers both in our community as well as abroad.

Growing daily in disciplines which enable us to become like Christ and mentoring others to do the same.

Leading others in discovering God's Word and helping them to apply the principles of the Bible to their everyday life.

Making relationships a priority by encouraging others to gather together for food, fun and loving one another.



pastor of New Hope Baptist Church - Ukrainian/Moldovan Church

Gennadiy Gavelovskyy

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pastor of Russian Ukrainian Christian Church

David Hanijiev

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administrative pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

LA'mont Harris

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pastor of St. John's Baptist Church

Darryl B. Heath



English-speaking leader of Ray of Hope International (Bhutanese Nepali) Mission

English-speaking leader Hem

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pastor of Solid Rock Missionary Baptist Church

Otis LA'mont House

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pastor of Colfax Baptist Church

Gary Howard

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Colfax Baptist Church

Pastor: Dr. Gary Howard

My information: My spiritual journey started at the age of ten, when I clearly heard, understood, and placed my faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. When I was 16 years old, I was baptized in the Baptist church where I grew up. Upon graduation of university at the age of 23, I entered into full time vocational ministry as a youth pastor. Those three years as a youth pastor were formative for me as I learned all the many facets of ministry. It was during this time I was called and confirmed to become a pastor of a church. After seminary I served as associate pastor of the Baptist church where I grew up and then pastored a church in Idaho. I have now been serving as Senior Pastor at Colfax Baptist Church for almost nine years. I have ministered vocationally for 20 years: senior pastor role for 12 years, an associate pastor role for 5 years, and as a youth pastor for 3 years. While serving Colfax Baptist Church I pursued my Doctor of Ministry at Talbot Theological Seminary and graduated in May of 2016.

My Family: My wife Michelle and I have been married since May of 2000 and God has blessed us with our son Toby (born 2004) and daughter Hokulani (born 2007).

My church information: Colfax Baptist Church holds their Sunday morning blended worship service at 24850 Ben Taylor Road in Colfax at 11 am (which is near the elementary and high school). We offer ministries for all ages including a nursery during the worship service, Sunday school at 930am for all ages, Children’s Church during the worship service, TEAR Youth Discipleship Sundays after service, Women’s Bible Study Tuesdays 630pm, Men’s Breakfast Bible Study Thursday 7am, Discipleship Groups, Good News Club at Colfax Elementary Monday afternoons, and many outreaches during the year like our Summer Festival school supply giveaway the last Saturday in July. Our website is and Facebook page is Our Vision: A Gospel-centered Church devoted to your family, our community, and beyond! Our Mission: 1. Biblical Teaching that grows us as committed Christ-followers 2. Engaging inwardly and outwardly with Christ’s tangible love

3. Building up the next generation. Our Core Values: Biblical preaching and teaching, family-oriented, and engagement with the community.



pastor of St. James Holy Missionary Baptist Church

Essex Hubbard

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pastor of New Seasons of West Sacramento

Ron Jackson

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pastor of First Baptist Church of Orangevale

Ryan Jacobs

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pastor of New St. Bethel Baptist Church

Terrell F. Jones

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pastor of First Baptist Church of Rancho Cordova

Tom Jones

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pastor of Russian Baptist Church

Pavel Khakimov

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associate pastor of New Pleasant Grove Baptist Church

David Kilson




pastor of Sacramento Korean Baptist Church

Daniel Kim

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pastor of Resurrection Ukrainian Church of the Evangelical Christian Baptists

Vasiliy Kumanskiy

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pastor of First Slavic Evangelical Baptist Church

Vladimir Kunets




pastor of Slavic Bethel Baptist Church

Vitaliy Lakhno

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pastor of Jesus Family Worship Church

Ano Lautiej




pastor of Twenty-Fourth Street Baptist Church

Vanyel Lucas

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pastor of First Baptist Church of Fair Oaks

Randy McWhorter

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pastor of Fairvale Baptist Church

Richard Marshall

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pastor of Upper Room Community Church

Gene W. Maynard

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pastor of El Camino Baptist Church

Jim Meek

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El Camino Baptist Church

El Camino Baptist Church
2805 El Camino Ave
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 488-1522

9:00 am Bible Study for All Ages
10:30 am Worship Service
11:00 am Children's Church

5:30 pm Fellowship Meal
6:30 pm Co Ed Adult Bible Study
6:30 pm Pulse Youth Bible Study
6:30 pm Children’s Bible Study
6:30 pm Preschool/Nursery

Dr. Jim Meek
(925) 784-0402

Dr. Meek accepted the call to El Camino Baptist Church as full-time pastor October 9, 2016. Dr. Meek comes to us having served in several churches as Senior Pastor for the last 41 years. He says, "I am willing to serve wherever God wants me to serve.” His ministry includes starting a new church for the Home Mission Board in Reno, Nevada. He says, "My goal is to honor Christ by helping people become like Christ through receiving Him and depending on Him.”

His ministry has impacted the lives of many where he has led churches to reach their community for Christ, having baptized over 1,300 people for Christ. He has led in growing churches in the ministry of the Word through Sunday School and Vacation Bible School as well as in corporate worship and giving, including the support of the Southern Baptist Cooperative Program.

Dr. Meek is a graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas where he received his Masters of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry. He is married to Nancie and is the father of 3 and the grandfather of 2.

Our church family is excited and looking forward to seeing what God can do as we serve together in our community and as God leads us to maturity in the standard of Christ.


Our vision is to be a family of love reaching up to God and out to the world through effective Bible study, outreach, mission support and ministry to the needy.


pastor of Emmanuel Korean Baptist Church

Samuel Min

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pastor of Paradise Missionary Baptist Church

Alonzo G. Morris



pastor of Temple Baptist Church

Jon Nelson

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English pastor of Laguna Chinese Baptist Church

Jonathan Szeto



pastor of Vietnamese Hope Baptist Church of Sacramento

Tuan Minh Phan

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Vietnamese Hope Baptist Church, Sacramento


Vietnamese Hope Baptist Church Sacramento

6301 Elder Creek Rd

Sacramento, CA 95824

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Sunday School 10:00am

Worship Service 11:30am (Vietnamese & English for children and youth)



Youth Fellowship: 6:00pm-9:00pm every Friday

Prayer Time: 8:00am-8:30am every Saturday

Bible Study & Dinner: 5:30-8:30pm 3rd Saturday

Men & Women Fellowship: monthly



Tuan M. Phan, Sr. Pastor

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In 1990, Pastor Tuan Phan, who was taking care of a Vietnamese Baptist church in San Leandro, East Bay was invited to preach at a Christian church in Sacramento. There he met Ms. Hoang Dang and married her in 1992. In 1993 Pastor and Mrs. Tuan Phan started the Vietnamese Baptist Mission aiming at fulfilling the physical and spiritual needs of the growing Vietnamese community. With waves of Vietnamese refugees coming to Sacramento, the Vietnamese mission worked closely with organization like World Relief and USCC to help settle Vietnamese newcomers. The mission grew and took on the name Vietnamese Hope Baptist Church. Through the years, the church served the community through many free programs like ESL classes, Citizenship classes, Computer classes, Guitar classes, Homework tutoring, school readiness programs, interpretation at government agencies and hospitals. Right now, we offer free tax return help, community service opportunities, adult and youth counseling. During the period of 1994-2013, we were not homeless, but were under the sponsorship and support of our 3 sister churches: New Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Fourteenth Avenue Baptist Church, and Laguna Chinese Baptist Church. Realizing the need to be independent, to prepare for the younger generation, and to be more effective at serving the community, Pastor Tuan Phan led the church to build our own church facility. Our church purchased this land in December 2008, and through faith we took the journey to apply for permit, and to start construction in May 2013. We see clearly how God orchestrated the whole construction process from start to finish. He provided people with special skills to help us at each stage of the construction. We appreciate our pastor for his vision and leadership. We appreciate all the people who donated their time, talent, and money to help us build this church facility. On July 23rd, 2014, our church passed all final inspections and can legally occupy.  The church facility Grand Opening / Dedication Ceremony on July 26th, 2014 marked the new chapter in our church history full of hope. God was faithful and is still faithful. We trust that God will help our church grow and be more effective in serving the physical and spiritual need of our community. 




pastor of Evangelical Baptist Ukrainian Church - Spring (Source) of Life

Sergiy Pochapsky

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pastor of Ray of Hope International (Bhutanese Nepali) Mission

Dhan Prasai




pastor of Anna Street Baptist Church

Joe Puente

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pastor of Crystal Faith Church and Ministry

Ferdinand Quiratman

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pastor of Living Faith Ministry

Tito Raiz

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pastor of Grace Missionary Baptist Church

Shelby R. Richards

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pastor of Twin Oaks Avenue Baptist Church

Andre Richner

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pastor of Del Paso Union Baptist Church

Donnell Riggins

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pastor of First Baptist Church Del Paso Heights/For His Glory Church

Ben Rivers

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pastor of Greater Hill Zion Missionary Baptist Church

Darrel Robbson




pastor of New Home Missionary Baptist Church

Anthony Robertson

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pastor of Speranta Romanian Baptist Church

Victor Saharnean




pastor of First Street Community Church

Mike Sanchez

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pastor of Sacramento Mongolian Christian Church

Mike Sanjsuren

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pastor of Madison Avenue Baptist Church

Dan Schmidt

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pastor of St. Matthew Christian Church

Wayne Sheppard

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pastor of West Sacramento Baptist Church

Bob Sisemore

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Pastor Bob

Wife, Loida Sisemore

West Sacramento Baptist Church

2124 Michigan Blvd.

West Sacramento, CA 95691

Cell # 916-217-0439

            My church calls me Pastor Bob, a title I am recently becoming accustomed to. My career has been in education and only recently has God brought me back into ministry. In the 1980s I went to California Baptist College and was Licensed to Ministry under Stanley Fogle at First Southern Baptist Church, San Bernardino.  Later, I was ordained by First Southern Baptist Church of Colton, Ca. under the pastorate of Alvin Carpenter. Life circumstances led me away from ministry and into education. I look back now at the past 30 + years and think of all the men God has had to mold and shape over their lifetimes before He could really use them. I am placing myself into that same category. 

            What we at WSBC have discovered is that there needs to be a focus on teaching. It is also my personal belief that the focus of the church at large should be on teaching. Too often people have come to the church expecting to really get something from the word, and more often than not leave empty handed.    Conventional churches have a pastor who stands behind a pulpit raising and lowering his voice at opportune times with an occasional slap or bang on the wooden pulpit for emphasis. At WSBC this is not the case. Instead of what I refer to as, "pulpit pounding" we spend the time teaching, and trying to understand God's word. 

            Our sanctuary is designed to be comfortable and accommodating for the purpose of learning. We use tables and chairs rather than pews, and we ask questions and accept the input and views of all present. Certainly, we do not always agree, but we have learned this is not necessary. The pastor is not the only one who knows spiritual truths. 

            There are but two things we must all agree on: First, Jesus is the Christ and Second, Salvation only comes by Faith in Him. Pretty much everything else is opinion.

            Our church believes God loves all of humanity. His Spirit is here to seek and save those that are lost. Therefore, anyone and everyone who wishes to seek God and His Christ is welcome. We do not discriminate or judge based on lifestyles or beliefs. God gave us one thing to do, share His Gospel. God never put any man in charge of judgment, and or discipline, but has kept those for Himself. 

            It is also a belief of WSBC that "ALL PEOPLE" are loved by God and that He does not want any to perish. For people to get to know Jesus and come to faith they must be able to hear God's word, for "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God," and "without faith it is impossible to please God." 

            God's very nature is Love and we believe His people should be the same as He is. It is therefore another belief of WSBC that we will not win the lost through judgment, and condemnation, but instead through Love we shall bring the lost soul to Christ. 

            Here at West Sacramento Baptist Church, we are looking forward to meeting, worshiping, and serving with all who seek His face. 

Services are:
     Bible Study                                      9:45 AM
     Instruction in the Word                   11:00 AM
     Bible Study                                      6:00 PM
     Prayer Service                                 6:00 PM

Blessings always,
Pastor Bob 



pastor of Placer Heights Baptist Church

Mark Standridge

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pastor of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church

Mike Thomasson

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pastor of Iglesia Bautista Northgate

Francisco Trinidad

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pastor of Grace Romanian Baptist Church

Eugen Claudiu Valcu




pastor of Catalyst Woodland

Matt Van Peursem

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pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church

Edward L. Varnado

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pastor of New Direction Christian Center

Anthony Wallace

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English Speaking Administrator for Russian Baptist Church

Vasiliy Warkentin

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pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

Ephraim Williams

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pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church

Charles Eldon Wilson

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pastor of New Hope Community Church

Daniel Wong

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pastor of Great Harvest Baptist Church

Henry D. Woodson




pastor of CrossWay Community Church

David Yoon




pastor of New Hope Baptist Church

Gary Young

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New Hope Baptist Church

The spiritual pilgrimage of Gary W. Young has its genesis in the strong devotion and resilient faith of his parents and great aunt. Rev. Young’s entrance into the faith community began at age 12, when he professed his faith commitment in Christ. In May 1979, he surrendered to God’s leading into the gospel ministry and was licensed to preach. Rev. Young served in various ministerial capacities in the churches that he has been affiliated with.

After faithfully serving as New Hope's Minister of Religious Education from 1992 to 2002 under Pastor Wendell Burnett, Rev. Young received the appointment as the Senior Pastor-Teacher in December 2003.

Rev. Young is a native of Wichita Falls, Texas, a father and grandfather.

Rev. Young holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. He began his Theological graduate studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. In December 1999, he received the Masters of Divinity with a concentration in Historical-Theology from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, California. Rev. Young formerly served on the faculty of the Degree Completion Program at William Jessup University, Rocklin, California.

Galatians 2:20 is Rev. Young’s favorite scripture and accordingly serves him as “a landmark on the charts and maps of every dimension of his destiny.”

“I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live, yet not I; It is Christ that lives in me. The life that I now live, I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me.”

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Sunday worship
Sunday School 9:15 am -10:25am
Morning Worship Services 10:45 am

Midweek services Prayer & Bible Study
6:45 pm -8:30 pm




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