First Assembly of God announces pastor installation serviceFirst Assembly of God, Jamestown, announces a pastor installation service for the Rev. Jeff Wiedenmeyer at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
First Assembly of God, Jamestown, announces a pastor installation service for the Rev. Jeff Wiedenmeyer at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
Widenmeyer has been in the ministry for 28 years. He began his ministry as a youth pastor, then pioneered a new church during the Decade of Harvest; served as an executive pastor and then a senior pastor in Whitefish, Mont. His ministry objective is to model a Christ-centered spirit-filled lifestyle to people, care for the lost and hurting by sharing the good news in a practical and culturally relevant manner and train and equip others to do the same.
Wiedenmeyer is a graduate of Northwest College in Kirkland, Wash., and has been married to his wife, Tamra, for almost 25 years. They have two sons and a daughter; Joshua is 20 years old and a student at Northwest University. Nathaniel is 18 and is attending Flathead Community College, Kalispell, Mont. Their daughter Annika, 14, will be a freshman in high school in the fall.
Tamra has been a co-laborer with her husband in their years of ministry. She has been active in Women’s Ministry and has served at the district level. She started and organized a nursery and preschool department and mentored the MPact Girls Team. Tamra has led worship teams and done both vocal and instrumental specials as well as organized the children’s Christmas musical which have been performed in the church and community.
The Rev. Jeff Wiedenmeyer’s father grew up in Zap, N.D., and his mother was raised in Beulah, N.D.
The Rev. Leon Freitag, the North Dakota district superintendant of the Assemblies of God, and former pastor the Rev. Darrell Losing will be officiating. A meal follows the service. The public is invited to attend.
First Assembly of God is located at 1720 Eighth Ave. SW, Jamestown, across from Conlin’s furniture.