Pastor Isaac grew up in central Pennsylvania, in the State College area. Prior to coming to Monroeville, Isaac has served as a Next-Gen pastor in the greater Philadelphia area, as well as an Associate and Interim Lead Pastor in Mount Morris, PA. Isaac is an Ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, holds a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Ministry & Theology, and is completing his Masters in Business Administration from Waynesburg University (2020).
Pastor Isaac is married to his wife Courtney, who holds a Masters’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Pastor Tammy serves as an Assistant Pastor and is our Women’s Ministry Coordinator. She previously served on staff at New Stanton Assembly as Music Coordinator and Women’s Ministry President. She received her Ministry certification through Assemblies of God in 2014 and her Ministry License with Assemblies of God in 2019. She has completed several courses concentrated in inner healing and crisis training. Tammy is currently continuing her education through Global University online to complete her education for Ordination and will be furthering her studies in counseling.
Tammy has a heart for wounded and broken women and desires to lead them to healing and wholeness. God has given her a ministry verse from Isaiah 61:1…. The spirit of the Lord God is upon me; because He has anointed me to preach good tidings to the meek; He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound.
Tammy is divorced and has four children- Tiffany ( 1989 ), Ashley (1992 ), Brenna ( 1999 ), Micah ( 2006 ) She is also Blessed with three Grandchildren – Alexa ( 2015 ), Wyatt ( 2016 ), Emma ( 2018 ).
Pastor Jim Hart serves as Assistant Pastor at Monroeville Assembly of God.
Pastor Hart has been serving in his role since November, 2006. Prior to coming to MAOG the Harts pastored the First Congregational Church in McKeesport, PA for 21 years.
Pastor Hart grew up in Des Moines, Iowa where he attended High School before going to Open Bible College in Des Moines, IA and California Open Bible Institute in Pasadena, CA. He has been married to his wife Joyce since 1954 and has two sons James (1959) and Jeff (1962).
Pastor Donnie Immel serves as the Student Ministries Pastor at Monroeville Assembly of God and Burrell Community Church
Pastor Donnie grew up in the Pittsburgh area, graduated from Hempfield Area High school, and is a graduate from the University of Valley Forge.
Prior to coming to Monroeville Assembly, Pastor Donnie served as a Youth Pastor in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Pastor Donnie is passionate about discipling and raising up a generation that will change the world. He and his wife, Kylie, have been together since 2009, married in 2014 and had their first child/daughter, Kaedence in 2016.
Pastor Bob Lecocq serve as Pastor at Burrell Community Church and as overseer of Sheep Arnold. In addition, Pastor Bob also serves as Dean of the Penn-Del School of Ministry (PDSOM).
Pastor Bob carries a B.A. from Central Bible College and an M.A. from Missouri State University. He has been a minister with the Assemblies of God since 1977.
Pastor Bob served as youth pastor in St. Clair Shores, MI and Allison Park, PA. He returned to his Alma Mater (Central Bible College) to serve as the Public Relations Representative and Student Ministries Director. He has been a featured youth speaker in various camps and conferences across the country. Additionally he has been lead pastor in Lakewood, OH, Salem, OH and Wauchula, Fl. Bob has also been an adjunct professor at Kent State University, Southeastern University, South Florida Community College, and Valencia College. Pastor Bob has been a long time Rotarian serving on various Boards, chairman of the Youngstown/Warren Section Missions Convention, the President of Salem Community Center, founded the Real Life Foundation, served on the Salem Community Foundation, and the Salem Rotary Foundation. He has traveled extensively in ministry to; Jamaica, England, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Russia, and Bulgaria.
Debbie grew up as a missionary kid (MK) in West Africa. She attended Central Bible College. Debbie has actively served in ministry alongside of her husband since their marriage in 1976. She became an ordained Assemblies of God minister in 2014. She is an anointed teacher/preacher.
Bob and Debbie have three children, along with their spouses, and five grandchildren all of whom love the Lord.
Pastor Gary Brougher and his wife, Amanda, serve as the Founder/Pastor of Pittsburgh Dream Center.
Pastor Gary and Amanda Brougher are longtime residents of Western Pennsylvania. They both grew up in Somerset, PA and moved to Pittsburgh in 1995 after they got married. Gary had a very successful career with PNC Bank before leaving to attend Seminary at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK. From the time they met twenty years ago they worked together in ministry as children/youth and young-adult leaders and were interim church pastors in their hometown. During their time in Tulsa they have been an active part of Victory Christian Center by serving at the Tulsa Dream Center and Victory’s Mobile Kids ministry.
Gary and Amanda have four children: Hannah, Andrew, Caleb, and Jonathan
Pastor Leake is the Pastor Emeritus at Monroeville Assembly of God.
Becky and I just celebrated forty four years of marriage. Next to our relationship to the Lord, our greatest joy in life has been our relationship with each other. We enjoy working together, walking together, traveling together and serving the Lord together.
We have had the privilege of serving as pastor at two Assembly of God churches. We began in ministry at the age of 20 and 21 leading the church in Titusville for two and one half years. Because the church in Monroeville had been without a pastor for seven months, we agreed to speak to the congregation of eleven for one Sunday as we returning from attending a wedding in Maryland and passed through Monroeville. That one Sunday of ministry led to a forty year tenure as pastor of Monroeville Assembly of God. The Lord blessed our family and the church with growth during those years. Not many pastors are blessed with the privilege of dedicating children, marrying those children and dedicating their babies. God graced our lives because he allowed us to see physical and spiritual growth in so many and the members of the congregation became our family. During the year of 2005 we began to feel that God was calling us into another area of ministry. It was with much nostalgia that we resigned as pastor to enter into the field of part time missions. We miss our friends at Monroeville Assembly but we are excited about following God wherever He leads.