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Children's Ministry Director

Berenice Ramirez

Mrs. B has a deep passion to teach children about the God through art, play, and relational connection. She was raised in Ensenada, Mexico and now enjoys being in Socal with her husband, Marcos and two sons. If you want to spend some quality time with her, invite her out to get her favorite food: Fish tacos and beer.

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Lead Pastor

Elliot Chung

As lead pastor of One Life City, I get to walk alongside the staff and congregation, overseeing the spiritual health and maturity of the church and the neighboring community. My role includes organizing and leading worship services through worship, liturgy, and teaching, helping shape staff and church culture, and shepherding individuals and families in need of care and support. I am also down for a good conversation about life, faith, and culture over coffee or boba.

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Youth Director

Kate Lee

As youth director on the One Life City Church team, I pray that the young people in our church will feel encouraged and empowered to live out their lives in discipleship with Christ and one another. There is a uniquely special place for youth in God's kingdom and in our community, and it will be a privilege to grow together as we discover more of this with each other. I myself grew up going to church in Fullerton, and it is a blessing to be back in this space.

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Pastor of Spiritual Formation

Dave Wang

Our formation into the likeness of Christ (2 Corinthians 3:17-18) is at the center of Christian discipleship.  This process of formation is a lifelong journey that transforms our entire being, including our spiritual life (i.e., spiritual formation), our humanity (i.e., human formation), our intellectual faculties (i.e., intellectual formation), as well as our ministry giftings (i.e., pastoral formation).  My role as Pastor of Formation at One Life City Church is to support and accompany our congregation through this process of transformation.  I do this primarily through a teaching ministry, personal interactions, and by cultivating contexts whereby individuals, small groups, and large groups can gather together regularly to listen to the Holy Spirit (through the Word of God) and speak authentically and courageously into each others’ lives.

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Executive Pastor

Jay Wu

As a Taiwanese immigrant, I grew up in a rural part of Texas before calling Southern California my home. I’ve lived overseas as a missionary in East Asia for a couple of years after college. My wife, Tanya and I currently live in Fullerton with our three daughters. Evelyn is our oldest and we have twins Emilie and Eleanor.

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