There are many people who make up Coastal’s unique expression of the body of Christ. Below is a list of some of the people who provide leadership and oversight for the ecclesiastical functions of Coastal Community and email addresses with which to contact them.
Within our current Leadership Structure, the Local Board of Administration (LBA) serves as spiritual overseers of Coastal. They are charged with prayerfully following the guidance of Jesus in matters of Vision, Values, Vocation, and overall oversight of the church community. If you have an immediate pastoral need, please feel free to contact any LBA member:
The Echo Teen Ministry is focused on reverberating the love of Christ to 6-12 grade students by praying for them and planning formational teachings and activities based on the Vision, Values, Vocation of Coastal.
David Zigler - Lead Pastor 207.885.5821 firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @thezigs
David C. Zigler, Beloved Son of God A.k.a. “Zig” or my trail name: “Walker”
Husband to Laura (daughter of Laurence Mitchell & Janet Rose, brother of Aram)...Father to EllaAnne & Rosie…Son to David & Vivian…Brother to Trisha
A Hoosier which means, I am from Indiana, which means that, I bring a mid-Western flavor to the stew of life.
A Pastor, which is: a full-time vocation bestowed by God…a pilgrimage guide on Sunday through Saturday…as well as…an art form of praying, preaching, playing, and paying attention to particular people in a particular place.
Road trips with Laura in the seat next to me.
Dancing in the living room with Ella & Rosie - my beautiful, compassionate, compelling daughters.
Story – Sharing & receiving through the avenues of: Scripture, conversation, preaching, film, YouTube clips, and music.
David & Jonathon relationships – the kind of friendship where you share ordinary experiences, battle for each other’s hearts, and become kindred spirits. Paul & Timothy relationships – the kind of brotherhood that invites and demands more than you ever thought you could give or take.
Early morning walks with fresh coffee in hand.
Backpacking in the Buckskin Gulch & Paria Canyon.
Exploring the rugged terrain of Maine (East Coast); Boise, Idaho; and Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Football – the NFL in particular – and though my team is the Indianapolis Colts, I simply like the sound and grit of Sundays (and Mondays and now, Thursdays).
Lawn games such as Corn Hole, card games such as "May I", and board games such as Ticket to Ride with cherished friends.
Doughnuts – Tim Horton’s chocolate dip (only the Canadian Tims), Frostys chocolate with maple frosting, the Cookie Jar’s molasses, Congdons assortment (in Maine)…and The Donut Shoppe’s atmosphere (55th & Keystone Ave in Indianapolis)
Paddling on a lake or the Scarborough River.
Finely crafted, locally inspired meals, treats, and beverages.
Human beings made in the image of God.
A Sampling of Favorites… Books: (Fiction) – Farenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury + The Lord of the Rings – Tolkien (Non- Fiction) – Under the Unpredictable Plant – Eugene Peterson Film: Chocolate, The Village, Elf, Gladiator Television: The NFL, Friday Night Lights, Lost, Mad Men, the Walking Dead Music: Josh Garrels; Jimmy Eat World; Band of Horses; Pearl Jam; Ryan Adams; Robbie Seay Band; Explosions in the Sky; Kids in the Way; Ben Folds; Alison Krauss; Brad Paisley; Trisha Zigler; William Carney; WornSoles Blues Band; Counting Crows, and my guilty pleasure, Taylor Swift
“You have heard it said…but I tell you…” – Jesus the Christ from the Gospel of Matthew
“Keep it tender.” – Wes Pate
“To insure the greatest efficiency in the dart, the harpooners of this world must start to their feet from out of idleness, and not from out of toil.” – Herman Melville
“Most people gaze neither into the past nor the future; they explore neither truth nor lies. They gaze at the television.” – Radiohead
“I feel like we have to keep our eyes on the road. Being nostalgic is like taking an offramp and getting a sandwich - and then you get back on the highway. I don't want to be spending the rest of my life at the gas station.” – Eddie Vedder
"If you want to build a ship, don’t summon people to buy wood, prepare tools, distribute jobs, and organize the work, rather teach people the yearning for the wide, boundless ocean.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Office Hours The Coastal staff holds general office hours from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Mondays though Thursdays and 1 pm to 5 pm, on Saturdays. However, we may not always be available in the office during these hours as we are often conducting meetings elsewhere. Drop-ins are welcome but we encourage contacting one of us ahead of time to guarantee our availability.
Coastal Community Church 260 U.S. Route 1 - Scarborough, Maine 04074 | 207.885.5820 | email@example.com :: following Jesus together ::