To the elders among you, I appeal as a fellow elder and a witness of Christ’s sufferings who also will share in the glory to be revealed: 2 Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, watching over them—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not pursuing dishonest gain, but eager to serve; 

3 not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock (1 Peter 5:1-3).

Biblically elders are peacemakers, prayer-warriors, teachers, leaders, and decision-makers. The Scripture tells us they are purposed to pray for the sick, watch over the church in humility, and help settle disputes.  

They are also called to encourage spiritual growth in the community by studying the Scriptures and prayerfully sharing the truth of God's Word with others.  The elders at Sanctuary embrace all of these responsibilities and also provide spritual support, guidance, and wisdom to our pastoral team.


Tom and Terry Streeter share a passion for entering the depths of the presence of God. Serving as Elders since 2002, their vision is to encourage others to go further and deeper into Christ, and to be transformed by entering into the freedom of knowing Jesus. Tom leads the Sound/Media Ministry and Terry leads the Children’s Ministry. They have four children and nine adorable grandchildren.


Warren and Lori have served as elders at Sanctuary since its inception in 1994, and as associate pastors in recent years. Warren recently retired after working 38.5 years in the insurance business. Warren and Lori have three children and five grandchildren, all residing in Antioch.

Warren, Lori, and family enjoy praying for people to receive wholeness and healing. They love to minister freedom from emotional wounds and demonic oppression through the power of Jesus.


Phil and Jill Dregger have served as elders since Sanctuary began in 1994.  They encourage the praise and worship team and our studio artists.  They believe knowing God’s love is the key to life.  Phrases that illustrate their unique perspective include:

  • Self-talk and unguarded reactions reveal our beliefs.

  • Our self-worth must be based on what God says about us.

  • Telling yourself the truth leads to lasting change.

  • Forgiveness is a key to breaking cycles of habitual sin.


Pastor Audrey &  her husband  Joseph have been youth pastors helping to lead a revival in our youth group for 7 years.  Audrey & Joseph love to teach the Scriptures and worship freely.  They lead from deep wells of passion and relationships with the Lord.


Mike and Lisa Green have been serving at Sanctuary as the Head Worship Leaders/Director since 2001. Lisa also serves through Womens’ Ministries. Mike is an Environmental Scientist with PG&E and enjoys backpacking. Lisa home schools their two girls who are active in music less ons, gymnastics and childrens’ theatre.  She’s a songwriter and plans to record another CD in the future. Both Mike and Lisa seek to further collaborate with other worshippers and believers in this Valley and beyond to see God’s kingdom come.



2250 Commerce Ave., Suite D

                                  Concord, CA 94520 



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