Join Us Friday, March 1, 6:30- 9pm and Saturday, March 2, 8:30am - 4pm For


The Flood Family Rally is a two day conference intended to help us listen and respond to God, be enriched by seasoned leaders, align around discipleship, and enjoy being together as a church family.

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2024 Main Session Speaker

Pastor Damean Easter

Damean is the Young Adults Pastor of North Coast Church in Vista. He is married with four kids, and lives with joy and an infectious faith. Damean is known for his dynamic communication, his love for people, his amazing shoe game, and his Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Cowboys fanaticism (nobody is perfect).


On Saturday, you will get to attend two of the workshops listed below:

Re-engergizing Our Faith Through Prayer, with Jocelyn Watkins

This workshop is designed for people who want to deepen their prayer life. Whether you are someone who lives to pray, or prays to live, or not at all, we will interact around prayer as a process of strengthening your faith. We will also talk about how one can live a life of continuous prayer. We will explore: How is prayer and faith interlinked? What are the different types of faith building prayer? What is the importance of praying for others? This will be an interactive workshop.

Jocelyn was born and raised in Jackson MS, a graduate of the US Air Force Academy Prep school in Colorado Springs, CO and Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Jocelyn has a passion for prayer and has served in church prayer ministries for over 20 years. She currently serves on the Flood Board/Support Team and the City of La Mesa Personnel Appeals Board, while also an owner of a short term rental business. Jocelyn is married to Matthew, and they have two miracle children. One through IVF and one through adoption. The Watkin’s are advocates for the Foster Care community and regularly volunteer and support the Julian Oaks Youth Ministry that serves youth currently and formerly in Foster Care.

Re-engergizing Our Faith Through Serving in Community, with Kathy Pham

How do we cultivate the love of God in and across our community?  How do we as the people of God participate in the liberating, transforming, and healing love of God in the places we inhabit with others?  How can the Fellowship of the Believers in Acts 2 guide our future steps?  Too often, we allow various barriers to hold us back from being faithful servants.  This workshop will focus on encouraging and equipping you to serve one another with one another.

Kathy Pham is a ministry professional serving churches, leaders, and importantly humankind.  She is a resident of the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego, CA - where she has lived since 2009.  Some of Kathy’s passions include God’s transformative power, her dog Atticus, making delicious food, and the latest trends.  Kathy is down for finding the best bargains, Enneagram chats, strategic planning and execution, and banana-eating races - not in that particular order.

Re-engergizing Our Faith Through Movement (Christ-centered Yoga), with Jackie Johnson

In a busy world, it's easy to neglect or forget the physical body that God has given us, let alone connect with God through our bodies.  In this session, you will experience a focused time to be attentive to God with your whole body, as you breathe, stretch, pray, and listen to Him.  
*If attending this workshop, please bring stretchy clothes, a water bottle, and a towel or yoga mat.*

Jackie Johnson has been leading faith-based yoga classes since 2016. Yoga has been a transformative part of her spiritual journey and she finds joy in offering the same opportunity to others. Working at the zoo as a keeper for 11 years has kept her on her toes. And, she recently moved to Alpine with her incredibly supportive husband, two teenage kids and cat Dao. Finding time for some quiet presence can be a challenge, but it’s such a blessing when it happens.

Re-engergizing Our Faith Through the Ennegram, with Matt Hammett

This workshop will introduce you to the 9 personality types of the Enneagram as a springboard to growing in a deeper understanding of ourselves, compassion for others, and love for God. The Enneagram not only identifies the challenges and gifts of our unique personality but it also directs us towards tangible steps in our journey to become more like Jesus.

Matt Hammett is the founder and lead pastor of Flood Church in San Diego. Flood was born in 2000 out of Matt’s passion for young people and his vision to help emerging generations become followers of Jesus who live integrated lives of faith, community, and action in a creative and diverse worship environment. Originally from California’s Bay Area, Matt is a ride or die fan of the Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco 49ers. He and his wife Roxanne have four kids, three dogs, and one very patient cat. 

Re-engergizing Our Faith Through (Re)Attaching to God, with Scott Wildey

Our capacity for joyful connection with other people, particularly in the midst of distress, reflects our relationship with God. If conflict causes us relational uncertainty, then we tend to also experience anxiety with God. If our tendency is to retreat during times of tension, then we often experience distance from God too. In this workshop, we will explore the relational glue of our life with God and others so that our capacity for joyful connection can grow.

Scott Wildey, MDiv, began volunteering in pastor Matt’s High School ministry in 1997 and was a part of the original group that began Flood Church in 2000.  In 2003 Scott joined the Flood staff and has served as an associate pastor overseeing various ministries including small groups, engaged/marrieds, and graphic design. Scott is certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and has Spiritual Direction certificates from both Theodyssey (2011) and The Transforming Center (2020). Scott’s is married to Linsey, a Spiritual Director, and they have two amazing kids: Hunter (16), and Piper (14), and a lovable, pain-in-the-neck dog, Cocoa.


Adults: $70

Children (infants - 5th Grade)

First Child: $25

Each Additional Child: $5

Scholarships are available!
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  • Friday, March 1
    6:30pm      Check In
    7:00pm      Main Session I with Damean Easter
    8:15pm      Small Group Time
    9:00pm      Dismiss

  • Saturday, March 2  

    8:30am      Breakfast
    8:45am      Rally Kids Check-In
    9:00am      Main Session II with Damean Easter
    10:15am    Small Group Time
    10:45am    Workshop I
    12:00pm    Lunch
    1:00pm      Main Session III with Damean Easter
    1:55pm      Workshop II
    3:20pm      Closing Session
    4:00pm      Dismiss