Our Staff


  • Mark A. Wright

    Pastor

    pastor@communitypresbyterian.com

    I’m excited for what God is and will do here at Community Presbyterian. We’ve seen a lot of changes and challenges over the years, and through it all, God has been preparing for us something beautiful. What we see only glimpses of now, will come to be wondrous soon, I truly believe it. I have been a pastor for nearly 30 years, serving in the Central California Valley, Northern California mountains, Iowa, and Sutter Hospitals before coming here in 2005. I am married to my lovely wife, Ruth, and have two children: Ben, serving in the Marine Corps and Elena, who also leads in Praise and Worship. One of my very favorite Scripture verses comes from Hosea 1:10: ‘In the place where it was said to them, You are not my people, they will be called sons of the living God.’ – for me, it is a great reminder that God will call his own those that are thought by this world to be unworthy and unwanted. Now God’s call coming to us is to fulfill the words in a following passage, from Hosea 2:1: ‘Say of your brothers, My people, and of your sisters, my loved one.’ – surely, a call to Community!

  • Bryan Quinn

    Director of youth and Outreach

    youth@communitypresbyterian.com

    My wife and I came to this church in August of 2015. I love to hike, camp, backpack, play video games, watch movies, and spend time with my wife and daughter. My passion is student ministries and being a part of the life transformations that can take place in those formidable years.

  • brendan kavanagh

    Director of Children's and Family Ministries

    cfm@communitypresbyterian.com

    I joined Community Presbyterian in August of 2016 and the journey here was certainly interesting, unexpected, and a testimony to God's presence in our lives. I was born and raised in Lockport, Illinois, lived for significant periods of time in Washington state and Texas, and most of my academic and professional backgrounds involve teaching high school sciences or conducting research on reptiles and amphibians. Despite being heavily exposed to Christian theology through attendance of Catholic schools, around the age of 12 none of it seemed real and I became very skeptical, critical, and for a time resentful of Christianity. All that changed on February 27, 2016 when my heart was transformed by the grace of God. Everything that I had previously struggled to make sense of suddenly and profoundly yielded to a crystal clear understanding and Christ became as real to me as any physical object in our world. The passion God ignited that day fuels my existence and the subsequent doors He opened lead me and my family to this Church. I am married to Billi and we have three children, Aubrey, Sam, and Calvin. We are blessed to have found Community Presbyterian and we are thrilled to be here!

  • RENÉE INMAN

    Director of presbyterian enrichment preschool (pep)

    pep@communitypresbyterian.com

    My first time coming through the doors of PEP school, I was a high school student in an early childhood education class assigned to do an observation in a preschool classroom. After I was married and had children of my own, I enrolled my son in PEP school while I worked jobs in an elementary school program called Just For Kids and as a noon duty supervisor. When my second child was born, I decided to get my Associate's Degree in early childhood education at Solano College and when my daughter started school, I did too, right here at PEP school! I was a PEP teacher until our previous director retired. I loved our PEP school and didn't want it to change, so I applied for the position and became Director in August of 2001. When it was time for my daughter to move on to kindergarten, she didn't understand why I wasn't either. Every year when our children go on to kindergarten, I am so happy for them, but I will stay in Preschool:) I am just not ready to move on!  

  • Margaret Jacobs

    Director of Mother's Day out

    mdo@communitypresbyterian.com

    I've been in this area my whole life having grown up in Davis and attending the Heald Business College in Sacramento, where I graduated with a degree in Business in 1976. I have been involved in early childhood education ministries since 1989 and earned my Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education from Solano Community College.   She is married to Marty Jacobs, and they have four children. 

  • Nancy Sanchez

    Director of Music

    music@communitypresbyterian.com

    My family and I, all life-long musicians, have been attending CPC since 1998. In addition to directing our church choir, I teach junior high band students, play the French horn in the Solano Symphony, and play handbells with CPC's Fellowship of the Ringers. I am married to Terry (a member of the Alive Music Orchestra) and have two children, Geoffrey and Katie, who are both attending college in southern California. I direct the adult choir on Wednesday evenings, and works with the Youth Choir on Sundays after service. I believe that the best use of our voices is for praising the Lord - and I encourage everyone to come add their joyous voice to the choir!

  • Becki Fulton

    Church Ministry Assistant

    office@communitypresbyterian.com

    I'm a born and raised Midwest girl and grew up milking cows and making cheese in Wisconsin :)

    I joined the staff of CPC in 2004 and am privileged to be one of the first people you meet when walking in the church office during the week. I also feel blessed to be part of this amazing community of believers. They became family immediately when I moved to California.  I am passionate about worship music and have been a worship leader on and off over the past 15 years.   Outside of the church, I enjoy family time with my husband,  Dave, my adult son, Nate, and our 3 dogs. 

  • Mary lou Gantt

    Pep administrative Assistant

    pep@communitypresbyterian.com

    I am thankful to be part of the PEP School staff, I have long been a proponent of preschool and can put my passion into action here. I was born in Dallas, graduated UC Davis and am the proud mom of two adult children. I am continually amazed at the abundance of God’s grace, and look for ways to serve Him more.

  • Michele Harn

    Financial assistant

    finance@communitypresbyterian.com

    I joined the CPC staff in April 2007 after 13 years working in Danville. Originally from the Bay Area, I initially moved to Dixon but not long after, I settled in Vacaville and eventually God brought me to Community Presbyterian. I am married to my wonderful husband, Steve and have one daughter, Alyssa.