New Beginning Community Church

Santa Barbara | California | 93107 | Apostolic

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5679 Hollister Ave., Santa Barbara, California 93107
5679 Hollister Ave. Santa Barbara California 93107 US

We meet at the Goleta Valley Community Center, Spirit Filled Church

Subdenomination
United Pentecostal Church
Worship Style
Other Worship Style
Church Size
< 50
Attire
Informal or casual attire
Language
English
Year Founded
2012
Bible Used
King James Version
Church Type
Evangelical
Service Times

Thursday @ 6:30pm Room # 5
– Sunday @ 1:00pm Room#1

Leaders

Rev. Gerardo (Jerry) Menchaca has been a youth advocate for more than twenty years. Born in Santa Barbara, California, he was one of nine children raised by his single, devoted mother. He was married in 1985 to his beautiful wife Ruby, and has four wonderful children, along with one grandson.

– In 1991, Rev. Menchaca relocated to Modesto, California and became a volunteer chaplain at the California Youth Authority in Stockton, California. In 1999, he became a licensed minister with the United Pentecostal Church International. Under Rev. Menchaca’s leadership, the Prison Volunteer Program was adopted into the curriculum of multiple facilities including the Men’s & Women’s Safety Center, Juvenile Hall, Men’s and Women’s Honor Farm, as well as the Sierra Conservation Center (Jamestown), with over fifty volunteers under his direction. That same year (2000), he co-founded Boys to Men Youth Mentorship Program in Modesto. The next year, he founded THUG Intervention, a gang intervention and group behavior program. In 2004, Rev. Menchaca was appointed Director of Life In Focus Education (L.I.F.E.), a life skills program at the Modesto Youth Center (MYC), and in 2005, he was placed on the Board of Directors of MYC. Soon after, he joined the Hispanic Leadership Council of Stanislaus County and served as Sargent of Arms and Vice President of the Board of Directors. Additionally, in 2006, Rev. Menchaca served on the Stanislaus County Community Gang Task Force.

– In 2008, Rev. Menchaca relocated to Los Angeles, California to become the Program Director of Calvary Recovery Center of Covina, California. The next year, he served as the Director of Life in Focus Education and District Chaplain at Christian Prison Fellowship (CPF) of Southern California, becoming the first Hispanic in the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) to hold that office. In that same year he was appointed to serve as the National CPF Liaison to the UPCI. He also was a member of the Meth Task Force of Orange County, and a member of the Drug Store Program sponsored by the California Department of Justice.

– Rev. Menchaca has received many awards, and has collaborated with the County Sheriff and City Police Departments, and has served on many community and county school committees, as well as in the capacity of a gang expert and consultant to schools and adoptions agencies. He has also appeared on Fox Radio, providing insight on gang subculture. He has a proven record of solid leadership skills and continues to establish many youth programs throughout the Western United States.

Date Added
October 27, 2014 2:17 pm
Senior's Group
Veterans of Life Ministry Wednesday @ 6:30
Senior Pastor
Gerardo Jerry Menchaca
Senior Pastor eMail
jerrymenchaca@aol.com
Children's Pastor
Ruby Menchaca
Children's Pastor eMail
rubymenchaca@aol.com
Small Groups Ministry
Connect on Tuesday @ 6:30 & Wednesday @ 6:30
677 NORTH TURNPIKE ROAD, Santa Barbara, California 93111 0.33 mi
5073 Hollister Ave, SANTA BARBARA, California 93111 0.34 mi
400 PUENTE DRIVE, Santa Barbara, California 93110 0.64 mi
5272 Hollister Ave, SANTA BARBARA, California 93111 0.72 mi
805-683-2225805-683-2225
5272 Hollister Ave, SANTA BARBARA, California 93111 0.72 mi
487 NORTH TURNPIKE ROAD, Santa Barbara, California 93111 0.83 mi
805-964-4861805-964-4861
4597 Hollister Avenue, Santa Barbara, California 93110 0.85 mi
425 ARROYO ROAD, Santa Barbara, California 93110 0.85 mi
4575 Auhay Dr, SANTA BARBARA, California 93110 0.88 mi
770 VALA DRIVE, Santa Barbara, California 93111 1.01 mi
4529 ATASCADERO DRIVE, Santa Barbara, California 93110 1.05 mi
5070 CATHEDRAL OAKS ROAD, Santa Barbara, California 93111 1.13 mi
805-967-2671805-967-2671
5444 HOLLISTER AVENUE, Santa Barbara, California 93111 1.13 mi
4973 VIA LOS SANTOS, Santa Barbara, California 93111 1.23 mi
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4485 HOLLISTER AVENUE, Santa Barbara, California 93110 1.25 mi
805-683-1463805-683-1463
4485 Hollister Ave, Santa Barbara, California 93110 1.25 mi
4485 Hollister Ave,, Santa Barbara, California 93110 1.25 mi
478 CAMBRIDGE DR, Goleta, California 93117 1.64 mi
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