Leadership & Faculty
Board of Directors
Luke Harding: Luke graduated from Clearwater Christian College (B.S.) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv and ThM). Luke has pastored in northern England and now serves as the lead pastor at Godspeed Church in East Providence, RI. The Hardings have four children, two of whom are attending PCA.
Jacob Van Sickle: Jacob graduated from Drake University (B.A.) and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.T.S). He serves as the pastor of Sacred City Church in Providence and the president of Campus Fellowship. Jacob and his wife Sasha have six kids, five of whom attend PCA.
Alisa Luciano: Alisa Luciano holds degrees in Piano Performance and Teaching from Clearwater Christian College (BS) and the University of Massachusetts (MAT). She has taught in a classical christian school in Tampa, FL, tutored for Classical Conversations, and homeschooled her two daughters. She directs an active piano studio and is a pianist at Grace Community Chapel in Seekonk where her husband Nathan is an elder.
Jonathan Crossman: Jonathan is a native New Englander. He is the co-founder and CTO of Digital Onboarding. Jonathan and his wife, Debbie, are members at Grace Harbor Church in Providence. They have four children and the two eldest will be enrolled at PCA.
Elizabeth Weber: Elizabeth Weber was home-educated before graduating from Drake University in Elementary Education with endorsements in Reading, Talented & Gifted Education (PK-12), and Teaching English as a Second Language (K-12). She taught at Highlands Latin School Des Moines before moving to help plant a church in New England. Her husband, Ben, is also in Christian classical education and they have a joyful baby daughter.
Casey Brooks: Casey works in the Oil & Gas industry and spends some of his free time helping with music for church and other ministries. Casey is married to Christina, and they have three children who plan to enroll at PCA. Casey and his wife are members of Grace Harbor Church in Providence, where he became a believer in 2011.