Jim Teasdale, is very grateful to serve us in Jesus Christ. He believes God has specifically prepared him to serve us at this time in our faith. Our need for God’s love in Christ, our desire to serve alongside him in the lives of our children, and our hope to influence more people toward faith are areas he loves to serve.
Pastor and his beloved wife Sue have raised four boys and have three grandchildren. Family time remains vitally important them as they live out their lives in faith. Sue assists with our Sunday School and loves babysitting their grandchildren. Pastor is much less interesting choosing to explore his second love – fishing.
What is LCMS
Question: "What is the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS)?"
Answer: The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod is a Lutheran denomination located predominantly in the USA. It is the second-largest Lutheran denomination in the USA behind the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). It was formed in 1847 as the German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States. After numerous mergers and separations from other Lutheran synods and congregations, the denomination took on its current name, “Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod,” in 1947. The official website of the LCMS is LCMS.org.