WE ARE BELOVED DISCIPLES...
Lighthouse is a diverse community of disciples of Jesus’s teachings and way of life in the tradition of the Beloved Disciple (John 13; 19; 20; 21). Living into this way involves receiving and giving love to God, one another, and our city.
We practice discipleship as a family within our community (Beloved Communities) mostly celebrating together and working for the betterment of our neighborhoods and networks.
Each Sunday (10:30a) we gather to develop as disciples, to remember Jesus, to worship and to celebrate what God is doing in San Francisco.
1337 Sutter Street
Sunday gathering: 10:30a
MEET OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Interim PASTORS JEFF AND MIQUELL HENNIGaN
Jeff and Miquell Hennigan are serving as Interim Lead Pastors. In addition to their heart for San Francisco and serving the Lighthouse Church community, they are also launching and leading The Kaleo Project. TKP is a collective of visionaries, pioneers, creatives, and missionaries with a passion to ignite spiritual awakening in the heart of cities around the world. This innovative team is reimagining what a new expression of God’s people on mission to the city could look like. TKP’s core team is currently launching in the urban center of Dallas, TX.
Jeff and Miquell recently served as Associate Pastors of Covenant Church, a great church in the DFW metroplex. Past work includes Senior Pastoral work, youth ministry, leadership development, international missions, small groups, outreach, and city government. As a liaison to non-profit organizations, Jeff worked to elevate volunteerism and develop initiatives that helped meet critical community needs of a great American city.
They also served with the Churches In Covenant team in growing and resourcing partner churches and ministries under the leadership of Dr. Mike and Kathy Hayes.
Jeff and Miquell have been married for over twenty years and share the lessons of their story of brokenness and redemption with others through their marriage coaching program, Uncommon Couples. www.jeffandmiquell.com. They believe the Gospel can reshape and restore broken marriages, lives, cities, and nations. Miquell is a sought after speaker, coach, and expert in her business field. www.miquell.com
Jeff and Miquell have two amazing kids, Eva and Gibson, who are almost perfect and are a constant source of joy and inspiration.
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PASTOR JEFF GARNER
Jeff Garner is a Teaching Pastor at San Francisco Lighthouse.
Jeff was born and raised in Northern California. He received his doctorate in Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Boston, MA). Jeff serves as adjunct faculty for Western Seminary (His teaching curriculum includes: Growing Disciples Intentionally, Urban Mission and Ministry, Evangelism and Apologetics).
Email Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Danny grew up in Stockton, CA. About his hometown, Danny says "If you've never been there think asparagus, delta waterways, and high crime rate."
What brought Danny to San Francisco was a beautiful brunette, whom he later married. Danny realized he wanted to be a pastor for the Lighthouse community after journeying through the two-year pastoral apprenticeship training.
Danny says: "I had always felt called to ministry but the apprenticeship helped me grapple with what it means to be a pastor. It was during that time where I was convinced, that this was how I wanted to serve Lighthouse." What Danny enjoys about San Francisco: "I enjoy the culture and uniqueness of each neighborhood in San Francisco. Every neighborhood has something special to offer and they each tell stories of times past." A fun fact about Danny is that ironing & washing dishes relaxes him.
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Sarah grew up in Boise, ID, thus beginning her love of outdoor adventures, particularly in the mountains. She moved to California to attend Stanford University where she shed lots of blood, sweat and tears on a degree in communication and religious studies. During a college service-learning trip to Chicago, she began unpacking her identity with a racial lens. Eventually she received a masters in Urban Education and Social Justice. In 2008, she moved to San Francisco, and quickly became connected to the SF Lighthouse family. She currently spends weekdays teaching middle school math and science in Daly City. She is also a board member for Kingdom Rice, which seeks to bring attention to biblical categories of shame, honor and family that are typically overlooked in western theology. On weekends, she loves connecting with people on hikes or over a great cup of chai.