Pastor Mike Barnard, Lead Pastor
Mike has been a full-time pastor for over 20 years and has served at Shoreline Community Church as its pastor and teaching elder since its inception in November 2006.
Before becoming pastor of Shoreline Community Church, Mike served 10 years as Pastor of Christian Education in a large non-denominational church overseeing both Children and Adult Ministries. Mike graduated from Chabot College in Hayward, CA; the Liberty Home Bible Institute in Lynchburg, Va; and the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Ill. Mike has served in full-time ministry for 20 years, serving in only two churches during that time.
Before entering full-time ministry, Mike served on the Awana Advisory Board for Northern California and later North Central California. In 1995 he and his wife Cheryl became Awana Missionary Appointees before entering full-time ministry as a pastor in 1996. Starting when his children were young, Mike has served in various capacities in the Awana ministry for 32 years.
Mike is a people person; he loves the Lord and the expository teaching of God’s Word. He is an avid reader, consuming many Christian books per year. Mike enjoys all kinds of sports, but especially loves his family. Mike and Cheryl have been married for over 40 years and have three grown children. You can reach Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pastor Ryan Cappadony, Administrative Pastor
Ryan is a retired Marine who has been serving in varying capacities in Christian ministry since 2011. Ryan is a graduate of Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies. Of late he has been attending Regent University’s School of Divinity working toward his Master’s in Theological Studies. Ryan is currently finishing his thesis for a second Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Regent’s School of Business and Leadership.
Ryan enjoys teaching and preaching the Word of God. He also enjoys a great cup of coffee, writing, running and just staying in shape. Before all of this, though, he loves God and his family. He and his wife Amy have been married for more than 18 years and have three children. Ryan joined the Shoreline Community Church staff in 2016.