As a pastor to artists, Roy mentors, counsels and prays with some of the most influential worship leaders and artists both Nationally and throughout Southern California. He and his wife Christine have just launched a new ministry called ThirdChair as an organization reaching out to connecting Artists to their hearts & to their destinies.
For over 25 years Roy has served The Church as the worship pastor at Horizon Christian Fellowship, Journey Community Church, Coastline Community Church and Grace Chapel of the Coast all in San Diego County. He has served for 5 years with Worship Foundations International as the Director of the Worship Mentor Network and also consults with churches for the pro audio, video and lighting needs of their sacred spaces. In 2012 Roy began serving with The Grove Center for the Arts & Media as a pastor to artists and as a curator for their monthly Grove Gatherings. Roy continues to be a guest worship leader at churches and a speaker at conferences, retreats & gatherings.
Roy and his wife, Christine live in Carlsbad, California with their two teenaged sons. They love to share their home with visiting artists for times of refreshment, healing and laughter.
Pastor to Artists
A pastor is a person, God has called to "prepare those who believe in Christ for their work of the ministry." I believe artists have the creative ability to tell God's story of love in a language everyone can understand and receive. That's what makes them so important to our world. Their potential is barely being scratched. I hope to see as many as I can step into their destiny.
Mentoring is a relationship in which one person facilitates another to reach his or her God-given potential, through the sharing of God-given resources. In a world full of conferences, podcasts, webinars, and the like, information is readily & easily available and accessible, however I believe nothing beats someone investing their life experience into you in the context of relationship.
Roy has served as a worship leader in Southern California for the last 25 years. He has served at very large churches and at small churches. In this season of his life he guest worship leads at various churches who invite him to work with their worship team and also as a special guest.
Sacred Space AVL Curator
I believe our ENVIRONMENTS are critical to transformation. In so many churches I visit, the environment is either antiquated, tired and at times harsh or they can be loud and flashy with a coffee house decor. When our friends and visitors come into our environments can our "sacred spaces" begin telling the story about your community? Does the technology support the ethos of your church or is it fighting it? I can help.