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Senior Pastors Ted & Rachel Le'iato

Ted and Rachel are a dynamic couple in the Lord. Through the Grace of God, they have been happily married for 30 years, and strive to build up its church members to become like Christ; in the image of His Dear Son. Their prayer and hope is that their commitment to God and the Gospel of Jesus Christ would inspire others to turn over their lives to Jesus Christ. 

Tel: 1-684-644-1403   |   rleiato@gmail.com

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Assistant Pastor:

Talalelei & Fauluuluga Esekia

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Pastor:

Tofinuu & Maimau Auvaa

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Pastor

Ms. Selina Talivaa &

Elder Deacon of the VOCFGC Organization Peter Talivaa

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Luisa Esekia

Secretary

Faatulia Fagasua

Treasurer

ffagsua1626@gmail.com

PASTORship HISTORY

After establishing the Voice of Christ Full Gospel Church (VOCFGC) ministry and its first church in San Francisco in 1965, God called the late President Rev. T.K. Tilo and Faavaina Tilo to return to their homeland of American Samoa in 1968 and preach the gospel. The Lighthouse Temple church was started in the village of Aua, American Samoa, as a branch of the VOCFGC ministry. Rev. T.K. Tilo & Faavaina Tilo pastored Lighthouse Temple from 1968 to 1997; in 1997, their son Rudolph Tilo was ordained to pastor Lighthouse Temple, while they moved to pastor a new church in the village of Nuuuli, the Revival Center, where they pastored until Rev. Tilo was called home in 2003. The late Rev. T.K. Tilo was also the president of the VOCFGC ministry from 1965 to 2003.

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The late Rev. Rudolph Tilo received the mantle of pastorship for the Lighthouse Temple church from his late Father, the Rev. T.K. Tilo, in 1997. Rev. Rudolph Tilo pastored the Lighthouse Temple church from 1997 until he was called home in 2019. Rev. Rudolph Tilo was also the VOCFGC ministry president from 2004 to 2018, and then served as the Vice President of the VOCFGC ministry until 2019.