Hey everyone, my name is Jason Day and I am the Lead Pastor here at The Mission. I was born in Kentucky, raised in Ohio and lived in New York for 6 years. My wife Kim and I have two amazing sons named Dylan (born Oct. 2006) and Owen (born July 2009). We moved to Redlands in Sept of 2012. We are so excited to be a part of the The Mission church family and the Redlands community. We enjoy spending time with friends, watching movies, going to the beach and talking to telemarketers...nope.

We have been in the ministry for over 15 years now and God keeps calling, so we keep answering. Nothing excites me more than being part of a community that is fired up about being in the presence of God. The Mission is a growing community living out God's radical love and we would love to have you join us.



My name is Scott Faulk and I’m the Children’s Ministry Director at The Mission Redlands. I was born in El Centro, Ca and have lived in Southern California all my life. I have three wonderful daughters, Madeleine (born in 1998), Casadi (born in 2000) and Deanna (born in 2004). My cat (Nuke Laloosh) lets me live with him in Banning.

I have been involved in one form of Christian ministry or another since I was a teenager. However, I was called to children’s ministry in 2011. I truly find joy sharing the Gospel of Christ with children in creative and fun ways. I enjoy doing memory verse work, playing games and teaching every lesson from Genesis to Revelation with an arrow that points directly to Jesus. I thank God everyday that He brought me to The Mission Redlands where I can serve with family and live out and celebrate God’s Radical Love!



I’m Brian Bell and I am blessed to serve God and his people at the Mission Redlands. My wife, Jody, and I have been married for over 25 years and have two grown children. We love being at the Mission and first came to the church nearly five years ago. Our desire to live out our Christian faith in community with others has been realized at the Mission. I am part of the teaching team and the elder board and my wife and I lead a small group in our home and head up the Connect Team.



Hi everyone, my name is Theresa Rivera. I am the grow ministry leader here at The Mission Redlands. I was born & raised in Highland, CA. My husband Carlos and I have three beautiful children Clarissa (born in 1995), Reya (born in 2000), and Orion (born in 2008) we currently reside in Loma Linda, CA. We are so blessed to have been apart of The Mission Redlands since doors opened in Feb 2013. I enjoy creating life long relationships with my all church family.

I have always had a heart for service, so ministry has come naturally to me. I love to see my brothers and sisters grow deeper in their relationship with Christ. Also, to help new believers develop an understanding of a life long relationship with Christ. Very early on in my walk with Christ, my husband and I got involved in a variety of ways with our church family. From small group leaders to men’s and women’s ministry leaders, children’s ministry, and many more areas. On any Sunday, you can find us around the church, either serving behind the lights and sound booth or just floating around wherever help is needed.



Hey guys! My name is Rebecca MacDonald, I am the serve director here at The Mission, but everyone calls me Becca. I was born and raised in Mentone and currently still live in Mentone. I have two pugs, Sully and Mylo, which are my babies. I started going to the Mission in 2018 with my boyfriend Andy. About a year after going to the Mission, Andy and I started our own grow group, and I stepped into the role of serve director in 2021. I feel so blessed to have found such an amazing church family, and I can’t wait to see what God has in store for us all!



What’s up everyone! My name is Dylan Lowry, and I am the Youth Director at the mission. I was born and raised right here in beautiful Redlands my whole life. I have been married to my amazing and beautiful wife Caitlin for five years and have a rescue dog named Baron. We can be found at our favorite local coffee shops playing board games, gardening at home, or just hanging out and doing nothing at home!

I have been volunteering with different youth ministries for a total of almost eight years, and before that, I worked with upper elementary for about seven years. Middle and High School are difficult years, and my goal is a few things. First, to be present and a consistent person in difficult transitions in their lives. Next, show that church is a safe place for them always. Lastly, I want to help foster and teach them how to build a community around them and what it looks like to be a member of that church community as they transition into adulthood.