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Pastors Alex & Fiaau Toeaina

An anointed teacher, conference speaker, pastor and founder of Soul’d Out Christian Center International. Soul’d Out Christian Center is a non-denominational church headquartered in San Francisco, California. He began the ministry in 1993. Today, Soul’d Out Christian Center has four branches in Washington state, Nevada, and two in California. There are three more in the process. This year we are opening a branch in Hawaii.

Pastor Alex attended City College of San Francisco transferring to San Jose State University on an athletic scholarship in football. His studies were psychology, criminology and a minor in music. He didn’t complete his last semester due to a car accident which ended any dreams for the professional level of football. He also attended Shiloh Bible College in Oakland, California. Pastor Toeaina’s parents, the late Elder Reverend Mataifale and Lefefe Toeaina founded the First Samoan Full Gospel Pentecostal Church, Incorporated in San Francisco, California. At one time being the biggest Samoan church in the city of San Francisco in the 1960’s. Pastor Alex began his training at the age of 5 leading the choir, held positions of; youth director, music director, deacon and preacher. A prominent leader in the Christian and secular communities, Pastor Alex’s involvement has been recognized with awards and proclamations from all over.
In 2000, Pastor Alex teamed up with his Spiritual Parents & Mentors, Drs. Phillip & Brenda Goudeaux of Calvary Christian Center in Sacramento, California. He has been married to Fiaau Toeaina for 29 years. They have six children, Alexandria, Albert, Alexis, Alex II, Alexaraee, Arthur and one grandson Demetrius.

Location Address:
950 Gilman Ave, San Francisco, CA
For More Info Contact: Zan Faataui – 415-692-0100

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