August 20, 2017

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Rev. Greg Wood is our pastor. 

 

        Family is very important.  Norma and I have been married since 1984 and we have three wonderful grown children (Alison in Tucson,  AZ; Christa in Seattle, WA and Robbie in Richmond, VA).  My father, an ordained Presbyterian minister lives in Vancouver, Washington and is the anchor of our family tree which is littered with pastors, mostly Presbyterian with a few Methodists thrown in. 

 

         Over the past 25 years, I have been in and out of the full time pastorate with short stints of running my own home repair business in between.   Along the way, I have served churches in California, Missouri and Virginia. 

 

A constant throughout my ministry has been working with children and youth.  In Missouri Norma and I started a preschool ministry, in Virginia I helped the preschool grow and flourish.  In each ministry call I have organized and lead youth/adult mission trips.    I know this is a growing edge for the congregation, but we will find a way. 

 

I love playing volleyball, basketball and other sports.   I’m not much of professional sports fan --  my favorite team is usually the local high school team.  Authors I like to read include Brian McLaren, C S Lewis, Tony Hillerman, and Clive Cussler.  By far my favorite hobby is telling and hearing good jokes.   If the two happiest days of a man’s life are the days he buys and sells his boat, I have had several happy days owning several small sail boats. 


 

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