Tim Morey - Lead Pastor
Tim Morey (D.Min., Fuller Seminary, M.Div., Bethel Seminary) was born in San Diego where he accepted Christ at an early age, left the church as a teen, and was re-captured by the love of Jesus during college. Prior to planting Life, he served in college ministries in San Diego and Los Angeles. Tim is the proud father of Abigail and Hannah, whose beauty and charm prove that his wife Samantha has strong genes. He is the author of Embodying Our Faith: Becoming a Living, Sharing, Practicing Church (InterVarsity Press) and Planting a Church Without Losing Your Soul: Nine Questions for the Spiritually Formed Pastor (InterVarsity Press).and a contributing author to Starting Missional Churches: Life With God in the Neighborhood (InterVarsity Press), Sent to Flourish: A Guide to Planting and Multiplying Churches (Intervarsity Press Academic). He serves on the national church planting team for the Evangelical Covenant Church and as an adjunct professor at Fuller Seminary.
Doug Lee - Community and Outreach Pastor
Doug graduated from UC San Diego with a BA in Religious Studies and went on to Talbot School of Theology where he received his M.Div in Pastoral Care and Counseling. He came to Christ as a senior in high school, responded to the call to ministry as a senior in college, and has been journeying with God, his wife Angelina, and his two beautiful daughters, Alexandra (14), and Joanna (13) ever since. Doug and Angelina have served together for the last 25 years in youth ministry, church planting, evangelism and outreach, local and international missions. He is a raging extrovert (ENFP) and 7 on the Enneagram so he's all about having fun with different kinds of people. In addition to his pastoral ministry at Life, Doug is serving as a hospital and hospice Chaplain at Torrance Memorial Medical Center. In his free time he enjoys crossfit, golf, skiing, traveling, cooking, movies, hanging out with my girls, listening to podcasts, and reading anything written by CS Lewis, NT Wright, or Eugene Peterson.
Cameron Coulter - Children's and Youth Pastor
Cameron Coulter (M.A. Pastoral Studies, Azusa Seminary) has been the Children & Youth Pastor at Life since 2016. He was born and raised in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, & grew up going to church & studying God’s word. In high school he felt God’s calling to be a youth pastor & has worked hard to follow that calling. Prior to serving at Life he’s served in youth ministries in the South Bay & Palm Desert since 2003. In May 2022, Cameron & his wife Kaitlin welcomed the birth of their first child, Andrew. Cameron enjoys spending time with his family doing things like playing games, watching cheesy action movies, traveling & going on adventures.
Courtney McClure - KidLife Assistant
Courtney McClure is originally from Dover, Delaware where she graduate college from Delaware State University. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Southern California, after which she began attending Life Covanent Church. At Life, she’s involved in Family Promise and Kidlife Ministry, which she enjoys immensely. She is currently a PhD student at UCLA studying Molecular Toxicology, and is an avid hiker in her spare time.
Angelina Lee - Worship Coordinator
Angelina Wang Lee (M.A., Christian Ministry & Leadership, Biola University) loves connecting with God through music, and has been leading worship for 25+ years. She is passionate about guiding people to worship God personally, corporately, and missionally. Angelina enjoys hanging out with her family & friends, Taekwondo training, yoga, watching movies, traveling, trying new foods, and reading a good book.
Our Vision Team
We want to be a church that empowers people to serve in their giftedness. A crucial part of doing this well is empowering leaders to lead, and doing our best to help them succeed as they do so.
One of the key roles of Vision Teamers is the support and resourcing of our Frontlines Team. The support person’s objective is to help their assigned ministry team leader(s) do their job well, live out Life’s vision and values, and remain spiritually vibrant and healthy.