Gospel Partners

As a church we have the privilege to support these Gospel Partners in the ministry that God has placed them in. 

PAstor aaron - LHNC East

Pastor Aaron Roy was the founding pastor of Living Hope Neighborhood Church (which officially launched on Easter of 2009).  In August of 2017 he and his family relocated to Springfield, OH to plant a church there.  Lord willing, Living Hope Neighborhood Church will launch sometime in 2019 or 2020.  Aaron is married to his wife Sugar, and they have three children: Aaron, Isaiah, & Eden.  

Andrae Robinson - 117 project

Andraé is the founder of a non-profit organization called 117 Project. 117 Project goes into under resourced communities and puts on summer camps that is run by young adult interns. 117 Project the past two summers at LHNC has put on a "Love Richmond" day camp that exists to share the Gospel to the community. They do this through teaching educationally and biblically, games, music, and technology.  Andraé is married to Luna and they have two kids: Benjamin and Cecilia. 

Pastor bernard - tapestry oakland

Pastor Bernard Emerson is the lead pastor of Tapestry Church in Oakland CA.  Bernard also serves as the Urban Church Specialist for Converge Pacwest.  Tapestry is an intentional merger of a predominately black church and a predominately white church. Tapestry is "people of many cultures woven together into the fabric of Oakland to display the beauty of God's story.  Bernard is marred to his wife Kim, and they have five children.  

Pastor dennis

Pastor Dennis Nsengiyumva is the pastor of Abundant Life Church in Kigali, Rwanda.  Dennis also leads an inter-denominational network of pastors called the Pastor's Family Fellowship.  They meet regularly to encourage one another and collaborate in ministry throughout the city of Kigali.  Dennis is married to his wife Claudine and they have two children, Favor and Faith.  

We support two missionaries that serve overseas in areas of the world that are unreached. An unreached people is a people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group without outside assistance. The two missionaries serve in places that can be hostile to the Gospel. For safety reasons we cannot include their photo and name on the internet. Know that their work amongst these peoples is great as they share the Gospel with peoples who will hear it for the first time EVER!