Lead Pastor Mark McKinney
Mark and Michelle have been married 18 years and have 4 children. Together they are passionate about spreading the gospel through adoption and leading the Church to understand the role it plays in the forever family and kingdom of Jesus.
Mark has been in ministry for 17 years, serving in various roles: executive pastor, local and global mission pastor and preaching team. He believes in the power of the local church that lives on mission. Their heart is to start a movement in the Conejo Valley that would impact the lost, fatherless and families with special needs.
He and Michelle enjoy traveling abroad, LA food trucks, good coffee and exploring off the beaten path.
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Worship Pastor Kyle Lidtka
Kyle and Alli have been married 4 years. They love music and have a passion for leading people to encounter God through song and creative arts.
Kyle has been in ministry for 7 years, leading in worship and creative arts for both students and adults. He is fueled by creating a picture of God’s power, love and grace that propels people to respond in worship.
In their spare time, they find immense joy in taking outdoor adventures, treating themselves to chips and salsa, and snuggling their pup Aspen June.
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Thousand Oaks, California
Thousand Oaks is a beautiful city in Southern California that is filled with incredible people. A bedroom community of Los Angeles, it is home to many influential families both in Hollywood and the corporate sector. While it is an ideal place to live and raise a family, we recognize there is a great spiritual need.
Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
– Matthew 28:19 –
The best strategy to accomplish the mission is love.
Love expressed up in worship
Weekend services and living out our faith
Love experience down in discipleship
Reunion and discipling groups
Love extended out in mission
Serving our community and world
Reunion Church is built strategically.
Phase 1: Pouring the Foundation
January – April 2018
Develop strategy, recruit key staff and core team, build partnerships, determine location, raise funds, develop management team and support systems.
Phase 2: Framing
May – August 2018
Engage community through service and local events, develop core and launch team, begin Reunion groups, plan preview services.
Phase 3: Finishing Touches & Open House
September – December 2018
Multiply Reunion groups, ongoing launch team growth and development, conduct marketing campaign, continue community engagement, start preview services (October, November, December).
Phase 4: Getting the Keys
Launch weekly services, grow and develop Reunion experience.