Jason LeFaive

Visalia Campus Pastor


Jason LeFaive was born in Long Beach, Ca. and married Alisha in 2001. Alisha was born and raised in Visalia, Ca. and is a Registered Nurse at a Private Practice in Visalia. Jason and Alisha have three daughters, Makennah, Madasyn, and Milana. Jason and Alisha love spending time with Makennah, Madasyn, and Milana. Both are dedicated to serving God through Family, Church, and Community.

Jason is involved in various efforts throughout Tulare County and the Visalia Chamber of Commerce. Currently, He is the Chair of the Inter-Faith Committee for the City of Visalia, Board Member of Tucoemas Federal Credit Union, and serves on the Advisory Board for Crossroads (N.G.O.) in Durban, South Africa. Within his previous role as Executive Pastor for Visalia First, Jason served on the Regional Leadership Team and Missions Executive Committee for the SoCal Network of the Assemblies of God.

Jason and Alisha joined the CrossCity family in May of this month. Having served in the community of Visalia for almost 20 years. They are excited for the next step in their journey and the opportunity to be a part of planting healthy churches through CrossCity.


Favorite Sport?

Basketball. Growing up in Orange County, my house was and still is a Los Angeles Laker house. My friends and I would base our weekends and what we did after school around where we were playing basketball. I had the opportunity to also coach High School Basketball in Visalia at all levels and really loved spending time teaching the game as much as I did playing it.


Favorite Vacation Spot?

Anywhere there is a beach. My wife and I have always gravitated towards the beach when we have gotten away and as a family, there is nothing better for us. Cayucos has become our destination spot because of the low key atmosphere of pace of life. Anywhere from Laguna Beach to Huntington is our go to if we are headed south.


Favorite Local Restaurant?

Bravo Smokehouse or any of the Bravo locations.


Coffee or Tea?

Coffee, especially from our local roaster, SlowTrain Coffee.