Our Pastor Eric Salas

Husband, Father, Church Planter, Software Architect

Pastor Eric Salas was born in Norwalk in August of 1972. He was raised attending public schools (William Orr, Lakeside Jr. High, and Santa Fe High) and graduated in 1990 while serving as Senior class president and captain of the wrestling team. In April of 1992 he walked into a small store front church in the city of Fullerton called Firehouse Church (formerly Praise Chapel Fullerton). Little did he know, God was about to take him on a journey that would define him as a person for the rest of his life. His wife Veronica began attending the church in February of 1995 and after a short 10 month courtship they married. The Lord saw fit to bless them with Samantha (their first born child) in September of 1996 as Eric's career developing software began to blossom. The Lord continued to bring other business opportunities, he become a consultant working for many fortune 500 companies designing software all over the country. The Salas family continued to grow as well with Eric Jr. arriving in March of 99, Obadiah in August of 2000 and Benjamin in December of 2003. During this time of both career and family growththe couple continued to serve in the church and see God's plan for them unfold. In 1999 Pastor Eric was asked and accepted the post of assistant pastor where he served until shortly before he and his family were sent to Corona to begin a church plant in July 2005. Serving and building there for just short of 4 years, Pastor Eric and his family accepted a call to return to the city of his birth and take over the pastorate of PCN Church.

In addition to holding the senior pastor position, Eric is still designing software, currently consulting for several non-profit organizations and companies.


The Salas Family 2012
Sammie, EJ, Benny, Vero, Obe, Pastor Eric

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Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win. 1 Corinthians 9:24 NASB