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Staff Elders/Pastors

Pastor of Preaching and Teaching

Our senior pastor of nine years was sent out in December 2022 by our church
to pastor an international church in SE Asia.  In light of that, we are seaking
to call a man to serve as our Pastor of Preaching and Teaching.

This man will be an elder of LCF alongside our current elders
and therefore must meet the character and gifting qualificatons
of an elder as laid out in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1.

This man will come alongside our Pastor of Discipleship and Equipping
to work as a co-laborer and close partner in ministry.


Wescott Robinson -
Pastor of Discipleship and Equipping


The story of God’s grace in my life closely parallels the words Paul wrote to Timothy. In 2 Timothy 1:5 Paul says, “I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice and now, I am sure, dwells in you as well”. I grew up learning the Scriptures and attending church with my mother and grandmother. Their love for the Lord Jesus and service to him left an indelible impression on me. Through the children’s and youth ministries in my church I came to see my sinfulness and need for salvation through Jesus’ death and resurrection. As a freshmen in high school I came to understand that faith in Christ was more then a one-time decision, it was a call to live under the Lordship of Jesus. Soon after I was baptized and have continued to grow in love for God and knowledge of his Word.

After high school I attended The Master’s University. I met my wife Heather shortly after graduating and have been serving in pastoral ministry since 2003. God has blessed us with three wonderful daughters. Our family loves to get outside and enjoy the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and I am a loyal and hopeful (to a fault) Seattle Sports fan. I joined the pastoral staff of LCF in 2018.

Lay Elders/Pastors

Brooke Campbell


While having grown up believing in God, my personal walk with Jesus began during my junior year of high school through the ministry of Young Life.  During my later college years, I was involved with Campus Crusade for Christ at Washington State University, and after graduating from college, became involved with Greater Olympia Young Life again as a volunteer leader for many years.  It was during that time that a group of us from the Littlerock area got together to start Littlerock Community Fellowship.

My wife Esther and I met and were married after she had served many years on the mission field in Malaysia and elsewhere.  We continue to be blessed by God's faithfulness and the work He is doing at LCF.



Dan Schwartz