Travis Cunningham

Story Church, California
Lead Church Planter
Rancho Cucamonga California
Story Church
December 29
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About My Family

I am is a fifth generation Californian who was born and raised in Rancho Cucamonga. Katy moved to Rancho Cucamonga during high school. We have been married five years and have two children: Peyton and Owen. Together, we have spent the past five years in Oregon and Texas preparing to plant a church back home.

While in Oregon, I attended Western Seminary where I graduated with a Master of Divinity. In Texas, I served as a pastor on staff at The Village Church in Flower Mound.

Katy and I are excited to be back in Rancho Cucamonga to plant Story Church.

About My Church Plant

My primary gifts and responsibilities are to preach, teach and lead the direction of Story Church. Previously, I was part of overseeing discipleship and groups at various churches. A strong calling to develop leaders and send out missionaries is at the heart of my leadership and of Story Church.

NAMB Church Planting

Millions living in North America have not been reached with the gospel. But a new church makes change possible in an unreached neighborhood.
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Pray for my family as we work together in ministry. Pray the church will be established and will faithfully work to plant in other communities, too. Pray the Lord brings leaders who can help within the church. Pray for stamina and longevity for ministry amidst attacks from the enemy.


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