About Us

One Church Ministries (OCM) is the apostolic sphere of ministry which extends across all of the churches we serve. OCM exists to provide the care to equip local churches through Ephesians 4 ministries.

Equipping the Saints

OCM is not the name of an organization in the traditional sense of the word, rather it describes the work and mission being carried out by the apostolic team as they build relationally with local churches. That mission is singularly focused on “equipping the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ” (Eph. 4:11-13).

Ephesians 4 Ministries

We believe in the essentiality of the Christ-given ministries of of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. This ministry is led by John Lalgee whom we recognize as an apostle among us. He is joined by a team of other leaders who have been acknowledged as gifted Ephesians 4 ministries to the Church.

Furthering His Kingdom

It is our passion to see this description of the ministry of Jesus continue to be fulfilled through his church in our day, which is why we partner with local and global ministries that are expanding the Kingdom of God.

What we do

One Church Ministries focuses on serving local churches through:

Church Planting

Planting vibrant, growing churches that reflect the New Testament blueprint.

Build Foundations

Ensuring proper foundations are built in local churches.

Invest in People

Conferences and teaching materials that help equip the people of God.

Leadership Training

Programs and schools that help individuals emerge as future leaders in the church.

Provide Care and Support

Building strong relationships with local churches through ongoing care and support.

Outwork Ephesians 4 Gifting

Recognizing and releasing Ephesians 4 gifts into the Body of Christ.

Meet the team

John Lalgee

John Lalgee

John Lalgee is originally from the northwest of England. In 1984 at the age of 19, he submitted his life to Jesus Christ, and over the following nine years served in many areas of leadership in churches in the UK. In 1993, John moved to Kenosha, WI, USA to marry Kim, and in 1994 was set-in as an elder of Living Light Christian Church by Bryn Jones. November 2003 marked the transition for John to begin fully outworking his apostolic gift by planting a church in Taunton, England, and soon after, taking on the apostolic oversight of Covenant Life Church in Cadillac, MI. In 2007, John returned to the US and planted Living Light Christian Church, Racine, WI. In 2008, he was involved with the planting of Living Light Christian Church, Pleasant Prairie, WI. In 2012, the Lalgee family returned to the U.K. to plant Living Light Christian Church, Wellington. John is currently back in Kenosha, WI where he serves the family of churches in One Church Ministries, strategically spending his time with each congregation. John and Kim have four children: Claudia, Carmen, Jevan and Vivienne.

Scott Goodwill

Scott Goodwill

Scott Goodwill was born and raised in Cadillac, MI, where he started following the Lord at a young age. At 18, Scott immediately began pursuing biblical training as well as serving in local church leadership. He received training from Rhema Bible Training Center, Covenant College, and Kuyper College. Scott worked in leadership at Covenant Community Church in Memphis, TN, founded and served as an elder at Covenant Life Church in Cadillac, MI, and served as a teacher in Ministries Without Borders. Currently, Scott resides in Kenosha, WI, and works with John Lalgee as part of One Church Ministries, serving the churches as a teacher and as the Director of the School of Leadership. He and his wife, Ronda, were married in 1993 and have three wonderful children: Aiden, Kate and Benjamin.

Ian Gerrard

Ian Gerrard

Ian is from the Isle of Man (in the British Isles) and became a Christian as a teenager. He worked for 13 years as a lawyer in London, where he was also involved in the leadership of his local church. In 1999, he moved to Kenosha, WI to work for the church and was appointed as an elder in 2005. In 2014 he was set in as a Pastor releasing him to work along side John and Scott in serving and equipping the churches in Shepherding. He enjoys all aspects of helping people to grow in the gifting and calling of God, and he particularly likes working with (and training others to lead) small groups.