Marc Hargett

Impact Beaumont Church, California
Lead Church Planter
Beaumont California
Impact Beaumont Church

About My Family

I became a believer on October 30, 1997, at the age of 23. I began attending a church in Highland, Calif., where my grandmother was a charter member. During an evangelism training course, I met my wife. My wife and I have been been married for 16 years. We have three daughters, Emma (15), Ellie (12) and Gracie (9). We moved to Beaumont, Calif., nearly five years ago. We have continuously been serving the Lord as a family.

About My Church Plant

We began Impact Beaumont Church in 2015 in our living room. We outgrew our home in about six months and are currently meeting in Beaumont's City Hall. We are developing relationships within the older section of town where many have lived for several generations. In those neighborhoods we are seeing lower-income, multi-generational families in the same home. This has become our mission field. We are looking at ways to serve families with children through events that foster community in those local neighborhoods. Through those events we will continue developing those relationships in order to present Christ to them, make disciples and send them back out to the community.

NAMB Church Planting

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Fund ID: BS1D68-Hargett,Marc