: Mark Ambrose, Tony Elias-Calles, Tom Meadows, Dave Buchan, Jeremy Metz, Don Carlson, Brent Long
A native of Southern California, Mark earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, his Master of Divinity degree from Talbot School of Theology, and his Doctorate Degree in Preaching at Talbot School of Theology. Mark’s passion is to see people reached for Christ and to help them grow in their love and devotion to Him. During the 1980s, Mark had a fruitful evangelism ministry, recording and touring internationally with a contemporary Christian music group that he founded. Mark became the Outreach Pastor at Pacific Coast Church in 1995, served as Executive Pastor from 1996-2003 and was the Senior Associate Pastor from 2003-2006. On February 8, 2006, Mark was installed by the Elders and the Church Members of Pacific Coast Church as the new Lead Pastor. Mark and his wife, Susan, married in 1982 and have 3 children, Brittany, Evan and Brennan, and 6 grandchildren.
Been at PCC since: 1994
Favorite Bible Verse: Ephesians 3:20 & 21
Marc was born and raised in Laguna Niguel, CA. He earned a B.A. in Business Management and Marketing from Concordia University of Irvine. He is currently pursuing an M.A. in Bible Exposition at Talbot School of Theology. Marc has been attending PCC with his family for over 20 years. He began serving in the Middle School ministry in 2014, became a Middle School ministry intern in January of 2018, and most recently our Middle School Pastor. Marc was married in August 2019 to Rachel.
Noah was born and raised in San Clemente, CA. He earned his B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Biola University in 2020. Noah has participated in a few ministries, including high school, young adult, and now middle school ministries. Noah is passionate about seeing students grow in the grace, love, and understanding of Jesus Christ.
He is married to his wonderful wife Aleah in 2021 and looks forward to his future at PCC. In his free time, Noah enjoys running, reading, and coffee. If you see him as PCC, make sure to say “hello”, because he enjoys meeting new people.