The stats: Eric was born in Chicago, IL but grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. His dad was born in India; his mom was raised the midwest. After moving to Southern California right out of college to pursue his (now) wife Amelia, he went to seminary in Orlando, FL (Reformed Theological Seminary). The Kapurs have 4 boys (11, 10, 8 and 5) and Eric has spent the previous 10 years serving as Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in San Diego.
The results: Eric loves the Chicago Cubs (this is the year!) and Bulls and college football is in his blood (go gators!). He believes sweet tea is a culinary necessity and southern rock is a valid musical genre. He loves making Indian food and hanging out with people of all backgrounds. He has too much gray hair (he blames his 4 boys). He is convinced that the gospel brings wholeness and life to people. He is convinced that pursuing Jesus in a grace-filled community brings renewal to our broken places and, through broken people, Jesus redeems the world.
As the new pastor of Trinity, Eric is excited to see Trinity continue to be a church deeply rooted in the gospel and wholeheartedly committed to seeing the spiritual, social and cultural renewal of Orange County.
Sarah was born and raised in Orange County but spent most of her adult life on the East Coast where she met her husband David. Recently, she became an Orange County resident again and is rediscovering all the treasures Southern California has to offer. She is very thankful to be a part of Trinity and excited to serve in her new role. A graduate of UC Berkeley and New York University, Sarah brings varied experience from the public, private and nonprofit sectors. In her spare time, she enjoys meeting new friends and reconnecting with old ones over coffee and good food. When she’s not nagging her children about academics, she loves spending quality time with her family: exploring and traveling to new cities, cheering on her son’s basketball team or relaxing and cooking with the kids at home.
Although born and raised in Los Angeles County, Christie considers Orange County her home. She joined Trinity a year and a half ago, serving as a Sunday school teacher. She discovered her love for teaching early in her career when she began substitute teaching after finishing college. She realized that the most important and lasting lessons of all is that of the gospel. Eager to share and teach the gospel, she found herself at Trinity, where she finds great purpose in serving the church through Trinity's children's ministry.
Scott was born in South Korea but grew up in Texas and Arizona. He attended Biola University and is currently at Talbot Seminary. He has a desire to do pastoral ministry along with a passion for young people to grow and develop their faith.Youth group was one of the most impactful times for him and he is excited for the opportunity to serve the youth here at Trinity! Scott was also previously a children’s ministry intern here at Trinity. He also spent the past 3 summers working at Mount Hermon Camp in Santa Cruz. When he is not busy doing homework, Scott enjoys playing soccer, watching college football, or eating food he does not have to cook…He currently lives in Fullerton.