Leadership

Pastors Adam & Michelle Bernal

Adam & Michelle Bernal who have been married since 1997 and have raised a family in the South Bay are extremely excited about this opportunity and vision that Jubilee Christian Center has for the Morgan Hill community. Pastor Adam who was ordained in 1994 has experience in a variety of ministries and is a well-known speaker having travelled and visited numerous ministries throughout the USA and around the world. Known for insightful and inspirational teaching Pastor Adam Bernal has a unique gift to bring humor and fun in each of his messages.

Pastor Adam Bernal who has been a part of the Jubilee Christian Center’s staff since December of 1989, was a graduate of The Sierra Pacific Bible college in 1992 and was eventually ordained in April 1994. Over the years he has had numerous roles in ministry, first as a Jr High pastor and eventual youth Pastor at Jubilee from 1994-2000. Pastor Adam was also the singles director of Jubilee from 1996-1998. He was the Lead Pastor at Jubilee Tri-Valley in Livermore from 2002-2006 and was the Director of Jubilee Bible College from 2007-2012 . Pastor Adam Bernal has been a popular conference and seminar speaker over the years and has spoken at numerous churches and ministries from all over the globe. Known for his humor and teaching ability and with over 25 years/plus experience in ministry he is very excited to embark on this new endeavor with his wife Michelle to bring a fresh and vibrant ministry to Morgan Hill. An avid fisherman, Tennis player, Father, and a lifelong south bay resident he will be bringing an anointed gift every service.

Since 1997, Michelle has been instrumental in developing programs designed to assist single parents, low-income families, and senior citizens in the Bay Area with food, clothing and holiday meals. She also leads teams of volunteers in visiting the homeless along the creeks to distribute food, clothing and personal hygiene items. In December 2011, she accepted a commendation by the City of San Jose in recognition “for support of the community and continually making an impact in the City of San Jose. “It was also in 1997 that Michelle made her first trip to India, which became an annual occurrence while she worked on feeding the orphans and building a girls’ home, which opened in 2008. For the past several years, she has taken food and clothing to the dumps and leper colonies in Hyderabad. In 2011, Michelle began micro-financing programs in now fifteen different leper colonies. General stores, goat farms and sewing shops have been started. Other projects include sponsoring children in orphanages and digging wells to provide clean water. Michelle has founded a non-profit organization called Hope for Hansen’s Just for those affected by the disease.