Bobby Lee, Pastor
Bobby Lee is the founding pastor of Convergence Covenant Church. His dream is to see all of life converged with God’s Kingdom and to see radical reconciliation occur through the power and presence of Jesus Christ. His passion is to be a catalyst for next-generation leaders. Bobby is also the co-founder and chairman of the Dignitas Project, a non-profit organization that works to empower leaders and improve the lives of children through education in communities affected by poverty (www.dignitasproject.org).
He’s a graduate of UCLA and USC and currently studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. Bobby and his wife Terry live in Oakland and have three daughters (Jaci, Sami, and Charlie), a son (Austin), and a Labrador named Rudy. He loves talking with people, reading, drinking coffee, running, tennis, ice cream, and talking with people. Yes, he loves talking with people that much…
Joe Nuni, Ministry Director
Joe Nuni was born and raised in Lancaster, PA. He attended Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD where he graduated with a B.A. in Psychological & Brain Sciences. He is currently working towards a master degree in counseling psychology at Holy Names University. He is a second generation immigrant as his parents hail from Sierra Leone, West Africa. Joe has a passion for diversity, cities, and youth. Prior to coming onto to staff at Convergence, he worked with former foster youth for 4 years and volunteered with Young Life. He believes that we gain a better understanding of God through diversity and stretching beyond our comfort zones.
He is a resident of West Oakland where he lives with his wonderful wife f 4 years, Melanie and amazing 1 year old son, Elijah. Joe is a sports enthusiast, a movie aficionado, a closet political debater, and a sociable guy.