Worship at FirstCoast MCC
Sundays at 10:30 am
Jackie Gascho, an Interim Pastoral Leader has been appointed by the UFMCC and approved by the FirstCoast MCC Board of Directors. FirstCoast MCC will employ the Interim Pastor Leader as a worship, programming, and program leader in the church.
Facts about Jackie Gascho:
- Has been serving in capacity of Lay Minister at FirstCoast MCC for over 13 years.
- Has been filling the pulpit as part of the Preaching Team for the past 5 years.
- Has been planning and coordinating all virtual worship services since March 29, 2020.
Both positions will serve in a part time capacity effective Monday, August 10, 2020.
Please welcome, support and hold up both Pastor Renee and Lay Pastor Jackie as they lead us through this next phase in our journey at FirstCoast MCC.
Rev. Cathy Alexander, Vocational Leadership Coordinator, MCC
Rebecca Wilson, Church Support and Development Coordinator, MCC
FirstCoast MCC Board of Directors
Thank You Pastor Rev. Dr. Renee DuBose. This is not “Goodbye” but “See you Later” – when we are meeting in person. She will be coming back as our Gap Pastor to discuss visioning/ focus groups as we follow God’s plan to do the ministry we are called to do in St Augustine!
Facts about Rev. Dr. Renee DuBose & her role as CGP:
- Resides in Raleigh NC with her wife Dondi.
- Ordained (1998) minister in MCC who has 25 years of practical ministerial experience within MCC.
- Gap Pastor for MCC of Charlotte NC from December 2018 to May 2019.
- Pulpit Supply/Pastoral Care for a congregation following the challenging loss/removal of their solo pastor from March 2018 to November 2019.
- Vision: “I am committed to Jesus Christ, MCC and other progressive organizations that seek to positively and eternally impact the overall well-being of our local communities. I desire to spend my life serving my local community as a leader, educator, and advocate of justice. I am called to serve ‘among the least of these’ while also seeking to change oppressive systems that prevent people from reaching their full potential as adult children of God.”