New Church Plants



While serving with his father at Redwood Baptist Church, Jason felt the call of God to pastor and plant a church. He has been working at Lancaster Baptist Church as he received further training and sought where God would have him start a new work.

God has directed him to one of California’s fastest growing cities, Rocklin. Over 165,000 people live in this part of the Sacramento area with no aggressive Gospel witness. “The area has a lot of history and industry,” says Jason, “but no Gospel light.” Blue Oaks Baptist Church will hold its grand opening October 17, 2010.



Isaac Morin knew God wanted him to plant a church, just as soon as he was finished serving in the Marine Corps. “Just prior to joining the Marine Corps in 2002, I knew the Lord had larger plans in store.” Isaac said, “It was as if the Lord allowed the Marines to prepare me for ministry.”

He came to West Coast Baptist College in 2006 from Coastline Baptist Church, a church planted in 1998. God used prayer and the counsel of many men to direct Isaac to Orange County. The grand opening service for Inland Hills Baptist Church is scheduled for March 13, 2011.



Adam was called to the ministry when he was nineteen years old and soon after packed his bags for West Coast Baptist College. “The Lord has used the ministry of the Lancaster Baptist Church to impact my life in so many ways,” says Adam, “but especially in soulwinning and servant leadership.”

While attending WCBC, God began to burden Adam’s heart for church planting. He and his wife have spent several years training at a local church, but now he begins the work to plant a new local church. “My wife and I made our first trip to Junction City, Kansas in May of 2010, and we knew that God had called us to plant the Junction City Baptist Church.” Their grand opening service is scheduled for September 2011.

If you would like to have a part in investing financially in these projects, please contact Jerry Ferrso at Lancaster Baptist Church, 661.946.4663.