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Pastors and Elders

Mark Kilcup

Senior Pastor

In April of 2007, after 22 years of secular employment with the Boeing Company, Mark was called to the pastorate at East Renton Community Church. He is a 2006 graduate of Western Seminary, where he was awarded his Masters in Divinity. Mark is happily married to Patti, his wife of 30+ years. They have four adult children, three boys and a girl. Both Mark and Patti have a passion for ministry and love being around God’s people. In their free time they enjoy hanging out with family and friends and participating in outdoor activities like camping, fishing, hiking and boating.

 

David Fesyuk

Youth Pastor

Born and raised in Rochester, New York, his parents escaped Christian persecution in 1989 from the Soviet Union to the US. David felt the call to pastoral ministry at the young age of 7 during a church service. He received a Bachelors in Divinity from North Star Bible Institute; he received his license to preach and ecclesiastical endorsement in 2013, and his Masters in Church Ministry and Discipleship in 2015, from Liberty Baptist Seminary. While in New York he served in the chaplaincy and as a fireman. The Lord called him to move from New York to serve as a youth pastor at East Renton Community Church in 2014. David is happily married to Julie, together they serve side by side training young men and women in the scriptures. In their free time they enjoy hiking, playing soccer, running, reading, and drinking coffee.

 

Scott Christensen

Elder

 

Richard Heenk

Elder

 

Dave Johnson

Elder

Dave has attended ERCC since 1994. Two years later, he was asked to serve on the Elder Board. He continues to serve in that capacity today. He is married to his beautiful bride Gale and they together have raised three great children now adults, Kristina, Carl and Sarah. Currently they have two granddaughters. Dave has been involved with men's ministry, missions, small groups, & marriage enrichment. In 2012, he graduated from Western Seminary with a Masters in Ministry & Leadership. He currently serves as a volunteer Chaplain at Valley Medical Center. God provided Dave employment with General Electric for 37 years, where he has traveled in all 50 states, and a few foreign countries. He was involved in various power generation equipment sales & services. Gale and Dave enjoy hospitality, one-on-one mentoring, walking, and the Seahawks! Dave hits a little white ball as well.

 

Scott Johnson

Elder