Meet the Leadership.

For over 15 years, we’ve committed to a work ethic that allowed us to serve in almost every church department.
The opportunity to serve is embedded in us and although we were unaware at the time, putting our hands to work was integral in preparation of the call to build lives.
Our goal is to eliminate the reasons that impair life-building skills by establishing programs that help people heal, recover, and mobilize.
In addition, we desire to  help other organizations complete their mission and help those who acknowledge their spiritual office, calling, gifts, and talents.  At Expected End Church, fulfilling the will of God comes after sonship and daughterhood with our Heavenly Father and therefore, we fully surrender to the leadership of The Comforter so that the ministry of Jesus Christ is evident.
Jeremiah 29:11 tells us that God has an expected end in mind for us and we're here to help others navigate through the journey and unpack what it means to love God, love people, together.

Anthony Jackson

Nzinga Jackson

Senior Pastor
Co-Pastor
Pastor Anthony is a firm believer of using wisdom to do what’s right and that any time is the right time to do the right thing. He loves his wife and children and is apt at being proactive about their needs and the needs of his loved ones, and people in general. He loves the language of software systems, phones, computers, and gaming consoles as he is intrigued by how things work behind the scenes for practical success.  He believes that our lives on earth are similar to technology whereas our paths and journeys help us in reaching an expected end.
Pastor Nzinga is a firm believer that extracting the root and bulb of all issues, solves matters quickly.
She loves her husband and children and is more apt at being reactive about the needs of her loved ones and people in general. While her husband loves what goes on behind the scenes first for a creative output, she is intrigued by the big picture first and loves figuring out what needs to be in place to make the big picture happen.