Pastor Scott Williams
Scott Williams has been an Associate Pastor at Morello Hills Christian Church for fourteen years, in professional ministry since 2004, and most recently has come on board as Lead Pastor at FCCPH in April of 2018. He has a Master's Degree in Christian Ministry and Global Issues, has worked full time with the homeless populations of Contra Costa County. This work includes founding a non-profit organization, Nomadic Communities, a rapidly deployable model of homeless communities of support and care. Pastor Scott also leads teams that travels the world addressing issues of poverty and social justice.
Elder Barry Swan
Barry Swan has been an elder at First Christian Church of Pleasant Hill since 1998, and a church member since 1986. He met his wife at FCC, and they were married at the church in 1993; they have two children Anna and Joe who are now adults. Barry was born here in the Bay Area but grew up and went to college in Oregon. He returned to the Bay Area in 1985 working as a Chemical Engineer for Dow Chemical in Pittsburg; he still works at the same location doing engineering consulting work, but with a new company Corteva Agriscience.
In addition to his role as church elder Barry actively uses his spiritual gifts of administration and teaching in church ministry. Currently he leads the Trail Life scouting ministry, does Bible Teaching with adults and children, serves as a Board Member and Children’s Camp Director at Heavenly Hills Christian Camp, and works with FCC Deacons to improve FCC facility & grounds. In his spare time Barry is an avid hiker and backpacker, enjoys gardening and landscaping work with Cathy, and enjoys lots of camping and outdoor events with the Trail Life Scouts.
Deacon Kyle Giffin - Youth & Young Adults Leader
Kyle Giffin has been an Active Youth Ministry Leader In Martinez since his commitment to Christ in 2011, Professionally from 2015 to 2018. Kyle was elected as a Deacon at FCCPH. He has spent 3 years studying the Bible and Ministry Leadership through INSTE and New Hope Christian College. As well as having worked with the California Conservation Corps and FEMA in the USVI as the Deputy safety officer in 2017. Currently, Kyle is enrolled to receive his degree in Business. He has a burning passion for the development of new leaders young and old; and to 'help change the way people think about church' Kyle also partners with Trail Life and American Heritage girls to help lead and develop the Compass Young Adults group.