Pastor Au-Yeung is the Senior Pastor at Full Life Christian Center where he has served since 1993. John does the majority of the teaching in the Chinese speaking service. Before arriving in San Francisco, he planted and pastored Burnaby Chinese Pentecostal Church in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Pastor Au-Yeung received his Master of Divinity from Regent College, Vancouver, Canada and he is also a graduate of Western Pentecostal Bible College.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing sports, listening to music and photography. He and his wife, Dorcas, have two children – Clement and Phoebe.
Pastor Jonathan is the Youth Pastor at Full Life Christian Center in San Francisco. Born in India to a pastors family he has served the Lord with his parents and two younger sisters through church planting and missions in Europe, Asia and North/South America. In 2008, Jonathan was the Youth Director for Oak Heights Covenant Church in Hutchinson, Minnesota. Afterwards, he spent time traveling as an international speaker and missionary. He graduated from Cornerstone University in 2015 and received his ordination with the Assemblies of God in 2017.
Jonathan has a heart for young people and his number one goal is to nourish a faith that is intentional, missional and loving. Jonathan enjoys photography, music, movies, the outdoors and pizza.
Ann is the director of our neighborhood after-school program, Kid Care America San Francisco. Our program is dedicated to help children on their journey to discover the fullness of God’s love and how we can love our neighbor. She is married to David and has a son, Daniel.
Betty joined FLCC as an administrator in November 2007. Her primary responsibility is to support the Pastoral Staff in fulfilling the mission of the church. She is also the director of our Elim Ministry that reaches out to the elderly community of our neighborhood. Betty was born and raised in Macau. She finished her High School at Santa Rosa de Lima in Macau, and in 2001 she received her B.A Degree in Education at South China Normal University, China. Betty’s major language is Cantonese and she is also proficient in Mandarin and English.