Soon afterward, they were part of a new church start-up called Knott Ave Christian Church, meeting in an old farmhouse, barn, and chicken coop. The three kids in the Fields family – Craig, Mike, and Shari all spent their childhood and teen years growing up as a part of the ministry at the church, involved in supporting Angeles Crest. Francis, the patriarch, was an Elder at Knott Ave and Jeanne sang in the choir and other musical groups.
Although all three kids attended camp at Angeles Crest, Mike spent the most time serving as a counselor while attending Pacific Christian College. Mike also served in the kitchen and then as Dining Hall manager; in total, he served five summers before entering youth ministry. Shari also worked as a volunteer in the kitchen and Dining Hall and as a counselor for several summers.
What happened in 1987?
Seeing the impact Angeles Crest had on their kids, in 1987 the family drew up a trust and will that included Angeles Crest in their legacy.
Upon their deaths, Francis and Jeanne left a generous sum to many organizations training youth people for ministry, including Angeles Crest.
Because of their vision, desire and action they knew a part of what they built financially over their lives was going to be passed on to life-changing ministries.
They made an eternal difference with their legacy gift.
We are so thankful to the entire family for the difference they have made.
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