Church Leaders at Christ United Reformed Church
Chairman & Clerk of Consistory & Council
Dan has been a member and elder of Christ URC since 2007. He and his wife Gail have two grown children, and live in Alpine.
David and his family have been members since May 2013. He was ordained as an elder in January 2017.
David is originally from Oklahoma and his wife Yoryana is from Tijuana. They have one son Atticus.
Dr. Ryan Glomsrud
Ryan has been a member of Christ URC since 2011, and an elder since 2013.
He holds an M.A. in historical theology from Westminster Seminary California, a D. Phil in theology at the University of Oxford, and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at Harvard University. He is an Associate Professor at Westminster Seminary California, where he teaches historical theology and church history. Ryan is also the book reviews editor of Modern Reformation magazine.
He and his wife Elizabeth have three children, and live in Rancho Santa Fe.
Ryan is a devoted fan of the Liverpool F.C..
Jonathan and his family have been members of Christ URC since it first organized in 2006. He was ordained as an elder in 2011. Previous to that, he served CURC as a deacon.
Jonathan and his wife have four children. They live in La Mesa.
James has been a member of Christ URC since 2012. He was ordained as deacon in 2014. He and his wife Jennifer live in San Diego.
Chairman of Deacons
Chris and his family have been members of Christ URC since May 2014. He was ordained as a deacon January 2017.
Chris and his wife, Trish, and children, Zoe and Evan, are native San Diegans.
Randy and his family have been part of Christ URC since it began as a church plant in 2003. He was ordained as a deacon in 2006.
He his wife Maria, and children Justin, Anika and Christian live in San Diego.
Deacon & Treasurer
Andrew has been a member of Christ URC since 2006. He was ordained as a deacon in 2008. He and his family live in San Diego.
Steve Ramirez has been a member of Christ URC since its founding in 2006, and was ordained a deacon in 2012.
He is a program manager for the City of San Diego, and enjoys coaching and watching high school sports.
He and his wife, Dora, have two children and live in El Cajon.
REV. ANDREA FERRARI
Missionary Pastor of
church plant in
Rev. Ferrari was ordained as Minister of Word and Sacrament in the URCNA on January 24, 2010, by the Consistory of Christ URC and installed with the specific calling as a missionary-pastor to establish a federation of Reformed churches modeled after the URCNA. He presently serves as pastor of small congregation in Milan, Italy. Rev. Ferrari previously served as a pastor in the Assemblies of God to a congregation in Sicily, and subsequently as a pastor of a Reformed Baptist church in Milan, which recently made the transition to a Reformed ecclesiology. His entrance into the URCNA was by colloquium doctum examination administered by Classis Southwest.
Rev. Ferrari possesses theological degrees from three institutions: a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Assemblies of God Bible Institute in Italy (1992), a Master of Philosophy from the University of Wales (2004), and another Masters degree (Dottore Magistrale) from the University of Milan (2007). He is the author of John Diodati’s Doctrine of Holy Scripture (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2006), as well as numerous articles published in theological journals and magazines.
Andrea and his wife Cristina were married in 1992 and have two sons, Simone (Simon) and Danielle (Daniel). They live in Bollate, Milan.
For more information on this mission work, visit Reformation Italy.
REV. Mihai Corcea
Missionary Pastor of
Biserica Evanghelica Reformata (Bucharest, Romania)
Rev. Corcea was ordained as Minister of Word and Sacrament in the URCNA on July 24th, 2016 by the Consistory of Christ URC and installed with the specific calling as a missionary-pastor to establish a federation of Reformed churches modeled after the URCNA. He currently serves as pastor of a small church plant in Bucharest, Romania.
Rev. Corcea previously studied at Westminster Seminary California where he earned his Master of Divinity (2016). A native of Eastern Orthodox Romania, Mihai became Reformed by reading Reformed literature and through conversations he had with Reformed people during a visit in the Netherlands. Then he made contact with Rev. Andrea Ferrari, the URCNA missionary of Milan, Italy. Under the guidance of Rev. Ferrari, Mihai started studying at Westminster Seminary in 2013 and consequently became a member of Christ URC.
Mihai and his wife Lidia were married in 2010 and live in Bucharest, Romania.
For more information on this mission work, visit Reformation Romania.