Lives Transformed by God's Grace 

Jesus said, “Behold, I am making all things new.”  

(Rev. 21:5)

Beauty & Brokenness

God loves the South Bay. Sometimes the South Bay is beautiful, sometimes it is broken, and sometimes both. So how does the heart of God respond?

Jesus came to celebrate the beauty of all he made, while simultaneously moving toward what is broken in order to heal it. What would it look like for a church to have God's heart for the South Bay?

Knowing Jesus Changes Everything

Jesus came to bring his beauty into brokenness. The cross is a snapshot of what his love looks like. It's as if he's saying two things at once: yes, it is this broken; and yes, my love is even bigger than this brokenness.

What does it look like for a church to seek not only the experience of that love, but to love the South Bay as God loves it - celebrating the beauty and seeking to enter into the broken places and pains?


Weekly Service

Every Sunday | 10:00 AM @ West High 

We are meeting weekly to learn more about God and worship together. Breakfast treats and coffee will be available before and after service.   

Thanksgiving Potluck

Nov 17th Sunday | after service @ West High 

After service we are having a Thanksgiving Potluck Feast! Sign-up and let us know the delicious item you are bringing. Invite friends & family!

Operation Christmas Child

November | after service @ West High
Join us in spreading God's love to many underprivileged children around the world this Christmas season. On Nov 3rd & 10th we will distribute the Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes after service. On Nov 24th, we will collect the distributed shoeboxes and bring them to the collection location. We pray that they know they are loved!

Ways to get involved:


Pray with us. On Sundays, our prayer team hosts a pre-service prayer at 9:15am in our worship space. 


Jesus gave everyone unique gifts. If you'd like to put your gifts to use, we'd love to have you on our team. 


God is already up to great things in the South Bay. One way you can participate is through financial giving.

Our Team

Russ Hightower

Russ & Amanda Hightower have served in New Jersey, Tennessee & Mississippi. They are glad to be here and are excited about what God is doing in the South Bay.

Russ has been a pastor since 2001. Amanda loves discovering culture and specializes in ESL (English as Second Language). Their children, Hayes & Emerson, keep them humble.

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Christina Doe

Christina is the Director of Ministries. She is incredibly excited about making the South Bay church a warm and hospitable environment for everyone on the spectrum of faith from the non-believers to the cheerleaders.

She loves the South Bay! Four and a half years ago, she moved to the South Bay from New York City and that is where she fell in love with Jesus and also met her husband. Her life motto is to follow and obey God's will and go wherever He takes her and her husband! 

Brandon Kaiser

Brandon is the worship leader. He is originally from Ohio and moved to Los Angeles in 2001.  He lives in the South Bay with his family and has worked and served in El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach and Hawthorne.  He likes cooking, organizing, and laughing with his wife Cherise and their two children.  Brandon is excited to be a part of the amazing community here at PCC South Bay!

Danielle Heath

Danielle Heath is the Children’s Ministry Director. She has a heart for the South Bay to know Jesus and was born and raised in Torrance! She is a graduate of Biola University, where she studied Christian Ministries.

She loves investing in the younger generation and teaching them more about who Jesus is and the abundant life He offers! She enjoys playing her guitar and singing, spending time by the beach, and having deep conversations with friends. Danielle is honored to serve the children of PCC South Bay!

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