Fellowship Kids is a ministry for children as young as 3 months to 5th grade. We believe that parents are the primary spiritual nurturers of their children’s faith, and we seek to support families in raising children who love Jesus. Our weekend program uses fun activities, worship, and teaching to help children build relationships with each other while growing in their faith.
If you would like more information about Fellowship Kids or to volunteer, please email email@example.com, and one of our Family Pastors will get back to you.
Tiffani Djeu is the Family Pastor over Early Childhood at Fellowship Monrovia. She received her Bachelors Degree in Education from Azusa Pacific University, and is now working on her Masters degree through Concordia University. Throughout her life, she has participated in numerous avenues of ministry but has found her passion and calling in Children’s Ministry. Tiffani is passionate about showing the community that children can teach us so much about who God is. She believes that there is no limit in what kids can do and she is ready to come alongside them in their journey to show them that they are loved. In Tiffani’s spare time, you can find her exploring her surroundings both locally and globally with her husband. She enjoys spending quality, intentional time with those around her by getting to know people’s stories and learning about how God has revealed Himself to them.
Angela Lee serves as the 5th/6th grade Family Pastor at Fellowship Monrovia because she LOVES students in “The Middle”. Born in NY having grown up along the East Coast, Angela is happy to now call California home. While she began her collegiate focus on business and marketing, her passion for working with students caused a shift in her academic goals. She graduated with her degree in Human Services with a concentration in Clinical Services. She went on and applied her degree by working with organizations such as Communities in Schools, the Boys & Girls Club, and the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas. Knowing she was called to ministry since 19, Angela finally began walking in her passion and purpose by serving the youth in the Dallas area, and most recently Orange County, as a Junior High Pastor since 2010. Angela is the oldest of four children and credits her parents for fostering her love for others and her strong commitment to service. Angela’s heart’s desire is to let every student she encounters know that they are great and they have greatness within them. More than that, she desires to walk alongside the young people she encounters as they discover their inner God-given greatness and achieve the purpose and plan they were gifted by God to fulfill.
Daniel Hardy Jr. serves as a Family Pastor for Elementary students at Fellowship Monrovia, overseeing Kindergarten through 4th grade. Daniel is a graduate from the University of Idaho, is a self-described grown-up kid, and is passionate about children experiencing the loving nature of God. Daniel desires that all children develop a personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Daniel loves sports, particularly basketball, football, and soccer, and will happily join a friendly or competitive match wherever there are willing participants (Lisette has already recruited him for her flag football team). Daniel is recently engaged to his lovely and brilliant fiancé Mariah, and is excited to pursue her heart along with God’s all the days of his life.
Caley is our "go-to-lady" for everything administrative. She loves to create a structure for all the fun, silliness, and creativity of working with kids and youth. She was born and raised in Orange County, she moved to Monrovia when she and her husband, Sean got married in 2016. She graduated from Vanguard University with a degree in Religion with an emphasis in Intercultural and Urban Studies and a minor in Anthropology. This allowed her to understand that she has a passion for making space for people of all cultures to truly experience the Gospel. Because of her history of working in ministry, from volunteering as a LifeGroup leader to pastoring junior high students, God has gifted her with the calling to serve the church through administration and organization all with a pastoral heart. Caley lives her life based on hospitality, whether it be through intentional conversations or hosting family and friends in her home. You may find Caley people watching around town, trying a new sushi place, or enjoying a good cup of espresso.