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Matt Morgan - Lead Pastor

morganMatt joined the pastoral team at RCC and moved with his family to Fairfax County in the Summer of 2005. He initially served as the Associate Pastor for Worship, and has served as the Lead Pastor since the Fall of 2008.

Matt has been in ministry for more than 10 years as a pastor and a worship leader. He has a degree in Psychology from Mary Washington College and an M.Div in Practical Theology from Regent University.

When he’s not working you can find him playing guitar and writing songs, touting his love of all things mac, wrestling with his kids, or just reading a book. Matt and his wife Tricia have five amazing kids Hope, Maddie, Ami, Shepherd and Levi.

 

Gentry Morris - Associate Pastor

morrisGentry joined the pastoral team at RCC and moved with his family to Fairfax County in September of 2016.

Gentry entered ministry in 2007 when he began serving as a missionary in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Since then he has worked as a musician/songwriter and served as a Youth Pastor, worship leader and Associate Pastor. He has a degree in Theology from University of Cumbria.

Gentry and his wife Liz have been married since 2006 and have two amazing kids, Ewan and Eilidh. Gentry and Liz love traveling and when he isn't working Gentry enjoys listening to live music and watching Manchester City play football (soccer).

 

Geoffrey Hamrick - Elder

hamrickGeoffrey and his wife Mary have been a part of RCC for many years serving in children's ministry, setup, and hosting a small group in their home. Geoffrey was installed as an elder in the fall of 2014. The Hamricks have two little boys, Will & Eli

 

 

 

 

Mark Kupets - Elder

kupetsMark and his wife Toni have been a part of RCC for several years, serving on the worship team, in children's ministry, and hosting a small group. Mark was installed as an elder in 2016. Mark and Toni have three boys, Ethan, and twins Knox and Haddon.

 

 

 

Staff

Megan Pecorino - Children's Director

pecorinoMegan joined the RCC staff in the fall of 2012. She and her husband, Brian, are native New Yorkers, but have called Virginia home for over a decade. They have been attending RCC since 2007 and actively participate in service teams and small groups. Megan is excited to see God working in the Northern VA area and feels fortunate to be invited to participate in His work. Brian and Megan have two boys, Brennan and Tyler.

 

 

 

Terry Steffens - Worship Leader

steffensTerry has led worship at RCC since January 2008. He has an amazing wife who, in Terry’s words, “..puts up with more shenanigans than any woman should.” Their house is always open, and they love having people over for dinner. When asked to describe himself Terry borrows a phrase from Pastor Matt: “I am an ordinary man called to be extraordinarily dependent on an extraordinary God.”

 

 

 

Ryan Hamilton - Worship Leader

r_hamiltonRyan and his wife, Lindsey, started attending RCC in August 2011, and Ryan began serving on the worship team shortly thereafter. Ryan is blessed to have a wife who not only puts up with, but encourages his love for music...as long as it does not disturb the neighbors. These days, Ryan and Linz spend much of their time chasing around their twin girls, Ella and Braelyn. One of Ryan's all-time favorite lyrics comes from Relient K, who sing that "the beauty of grace is that it makes life not fair."

 

 

Lindsey Hamilton - Outreach & Events Director

l_hamiltonLindsey has attended RCC with her husband Ryan since 2011. She became the volunteer events coordinator in the fall of 2012. Lindsey has served on multiples service teams during her time at RCC.

She is a mom of toddler twin girls, crafter, and novice seamstress. The Lord has given her deep conviction to see the name of Jesus proclaimed in Reston and is excited to see what the Lord will do in our community.

She lives her life like author Jack Johnson once wrote, “The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.”