Our mission

To see people of all ages become all God has created them to be, through an authentic relationship with Jesus. We are a community of REAL people, sharing REAL stories, about a REAL God!

  • Founding pastors - George & Kristen Willis

    George and Kristen serve as Lead and Founding Pastors of Generations Church. George is responsible for its vision and direction. He is vibrant, energetic, and employs a fresh approach to all he does. His focus is to expand God’s kingdom by equipping and encouraging the church and community to live a Christ-centered life. Prior to starting Generations Church, he held a full-time position as a staff pastor for 10 years, where he led both worship and youth at our partnering church, Creekside Church in Martinez.

    George’s wife Kristen is a businesswoman and singer/songwriter. She also served on the Worship Team at Creekside Church for 10 years. They have one daughter, Madison.

    EMAIL George

  • GEN kids - Doug Brown

    Future Generations (Toddlers - 6th Grade) meets on Sunday mornings at 10am (check- in as early as 9:30).  We also provide monthly and quarterly kids drop off special events!  Come join us as we explore the Life of Jesus!

    EMAIL Doug

  • Gen Youth Ministry (GYM) - SICILY CALDERON

    Sicily has been with Gen Church since inception, stepping into the role of Youth Ministry Director after serving for several years  in both Youth and Children's ministries at our partnering church, Creekside. With a passionate calling for student ministries, Sicily and the GYM team strive to create a safe and encouraging environment for students to meet, hang out, communicate and grow.

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  • Community Infusion - Jayne combs

    Serving and bringing our community together is very important to Gen Church, and Jayne is excited to help bring the two together. Jayne has volunteered and served within her community for over 25 years through church, schools, city events and youth soccer. Gen Church currently participates in City of Pleasant Hill events such as Trunk or Treat, 4th of July party, and Light Up the Night, along with our own sponsored events like Parents Night Out, Trivia Night, and Christmas Caroling. Jayne is excited to expand out outreach into the community so if you have an idea of how we can serve our community, please contact Jayne.

    EMAIL Jayne

  • Executive Director - Graham Seel

    Graham brings extensive church, business and non-profit management experience to the role of Executive Director. He is responsible for the infrastructure and logistics  that underlie Gen Church's progress toward its mission.


  • Administration - Melissa van hooser

    Melissa has years of experience working in a variety of administrative roles.   Melissa and the Admin team provide communication and operational support for the mission of Gen Church. If there is anything you need, have a question, or if you would like to schedule an event, Team Admin is here to help!

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  • FINANCE AND HR - Margaret Seel

    Margaret has worked in finance, HR and compliance  roles for most of her career - everything from banking to non-profits to construction (her current job). As the Gen Church finance, HR and volunteer manager, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our administration.

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  • Guest services- Ray Leahy

    Guests attending Gen Church are important to us!  Please stop by the information table at the back of the church for resources and ways to Connect or anything you need while at our church.  Contact Ray to receive a free gift as a Thank You for visiting!   Also contact Ray if you want to join the Guest Services Team.

    EMAIL Ray

acts 2:42-47

“That day about three thousand took him at his word, were baptized and were signed up. They committed themselves to the teaching of the apostles, the life together, the common meal, and the prayers.

Everyone around was in awe - all those wonders and signs done through the apostles! And all the believers lived in a wonderful harmony, holding everything in common. They sold whatever they owned and pooled their resources so that each person’s need was met.

They followed a daily discipline of worship in the Temple followed by meals at home, every meal a celebration, exuberant and joyful, as they praised God. People in general liked what they saw. Every day their number grew as God added those who were saved."