Pastor Steven Morganti

Steven Morganti

Steven Morganti is overjoyed to be back in the Philadelphia area. He grew up in Media, attending Penncrest, then Eastern College, and went to seminary at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He and his wife Katie, their son Nathan and daughter Grace, live in Brookhaven. He is excited to see how the Lord is moving in and through the congregation of Concord Liberty.  He is thankful to be part of a community that wants to do the work of the Kingdom of God.

Monica Fabrizio, Administrator

Monica Fabizio

Monica Fabrizio reentered the workforce as the Office Manager in 2003 after spending time at home raising her children. Her prior expertise includes administrative and supervisory positions for a large investment company and building materials distributor.  Monica is awesome.

 Art Thompson

Art directs the praise band at CLPC. He is originally from the Northeastern region of PA but lived in Atlanta, GA from 1996 to 2017. He relocated back to PA in order to be closer to family in May 2017. He currently resides in Drexel Hill with his wife and daughters. He has been married to his high school sweetheart, Beth, since 2003 and they have three daughters; Evelyn, Emma, and Angie. 

Art has been playing music since age 10 when he joined the school band as a percussionist. In addition, growing up in a musical family exposed him to many styles of music, and gave him performance opportunities at an early age that helped accelerate his musical growth, serving as valuable lessons which would provide a foundation for his professional music career later in life. He has performed as a member of the U.S. Army Band and holds a B.A. in Music from Mansfield University of PA, and a M.M. in Jazz Studies from Georgia State University.

 He began playing regularly in church after moving to Atlanta in 1996. During that time, he served at Northpoint Community Church as a drummer and percussionist for three years, as well as various other churches, both large and small, in the Metro-Atlanta area. As a leader, he served at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Fayetteville, GA as the contemporary praise band director and pianist. Art feels that his opportunities to serve the Lord with his musical talents did not happen by accident, but were the result of God leading him into that ministry.

In his spare time, Art enjoys drawing, skiing, mountain biking, and water sports. Art continues to enjoy the opportunity to serve the Lord as part of the CLPC family, and leading Sunday worship.


David Steel