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Senior Pastor

Pastor Anthony Simmons was born and raised in Kodiak, Alaska. He spent the first part of his life working in the logging and commercial fishing industries, but secretly his life was quickly spinning out of control with an addiction to alcohol and drugs. God supernaturally delivered Anthony from this lifestyle.

Pastor Anthony attended Seattle Bible College soon after, later earning a Bachelor of Theology. In downtown Seattle, he started an outreach to the homeless and Skyline Community Church. Pastor Anthony married Lori Simmons, and they now live in Fond du Lac, WI and have five children. Lori has led children's ministry, women's ministry and several drama productions.


Student Ministries Pastor



Jonah Serio has just come on staff at Lighthouse after being on the mission field in Mexico for eight years. He is looking forward to leading students to discover their identity in Christ and teaching them how to listen to the Holy Spirit's direction.
Jonah speaks fluent Spanish and is always looking to speak it. He keeps snacks in his office for any youth looking for some sugar! He's always open to new ideas for ministry and would love to hear your ideas, his office door is always open.
Looking for someone to go on a Taco Bell run? Jonah's your guy!

Home Desk

Administrative Director


Worship Director



Jackie has been the administrative director at Lighthouse for the past 2 years. She has many years of management experience in retail and loves to keep things running smoothly and efficiently. Jackie oversees all the calendar events, building reservations, inventory management and vendor relationships. She also runs the GriefShare program in Fond du Lac, which has impacted many people going through loss. Jackie is also known to be a decor connoissseur and discerning shopper.

Mark has been leading worship at Lighthouse since 2013.  He was born and raised in the Fond du Lac area, and has attended Lighthouse Christian Church since High School.  He is most passionate about helping to lead the Church into the presence of God.  His desire is to allow the Holy Spirit to work through worship, and to bring people into an encounter with God that would be undeniable. He and his wife Laura have four kids. He loves spending time with his family, sports, laughing with others, youth ministry, and working outside on their family farm.


Finance Director


Colleen serves as LCC’s Finance Director with over 35 years of experience in accounting. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Charis Pregnancy & Family Help Center as the Vice-President. She and her husband John have been active members of Lighthouse Christian Church since 1987, working in Children’s Ministry and Awana Clubs in the church and supporting Clubs around the state. They have 3 married children and 7 grandchildren that fill their free time.

Media/Food Pantry Director

Ronnell Gibson has been on staff at Lighthouse for over ten years and works as our Food Pantry Coordinator and Media Director. Ronnell and her husband Jeff have two grown children and two fluffy puppies. In her spare time, she is an editor and award-winning author. She is a connoisseur of quality coffee and fun fonts.




Associate Pastor

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Dave has been the associate pastor at Lighthouse since 2017. His diverse interests in intercultural studies and travel have led him to fourteen countries worldwide where he has studied, taught and volunteered with numerous organizations. David holds a B.A. in Cross-Cultural Studies, M.A. in Muslim Studies, and an MTh in World Christianity. The more he studies, the more he realizes he does not know much about stuff in general. In 2021, he joined the Navy as a chaplain because he is still deciding what he wants to be when he grows up. He lives in Wisconsin with his wife, Erica, and their three kids, planning the next great adventure.


Kids' Ministry Director


"We are told to let our light shine, and if it does, we won't need to tell anyone it does.  Lighthouses don't fire cannons to call attention to their shining - they just shine."

~ Dwight L. Moody

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