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Lakeside Church welcomes new pastor

WORTHINGTON -- Lakeside Church is welcoming Dave Mosher, who began serving earlier this month as its new pastor of teaching and discipleship. Prior to coming to Worthington, Mosher completed seminary in Chicago, Ill., and then moved to Wauconda, Ill.

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Dave Mosher

WORTHINGTON -- Lakeside Church is welcoming Dave Mosher, who began serving earlier this month as its new pastor of teaching and discipleship.

Prior to coming to Worthington, Mosher completed seminary in Chicago, Ill., and then moved to Wauconda, Ill., where he served as an associate pastor at Fusion Church.

Mosher and his family are very excited about this new experience, and they’re looking forward to their life in Worthington.

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“We have received a very warm welcome and everybody has helped us settle in,” Mosher said. “My wife and I are very excited about it. We have been praying for this opportunity for years.”

Mosher will work alongside Wesley Kouba, senior pastor at Lakeside Church, in the creation of new leaders throughout all areas of ministry. In addition, Mosher said he wants to support current leaders in the church and establish new relationships with local churches.

“One of my main objectives is to continue to support current leaders and solidify our unity and stability here at Lakeside as we begin to partner with other local churches in the area as well,” Mosher said.

He added that creating a bond with the Worthington community as well as with Lakeside Church are among his goals.

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“To love this community is a major goal as well,” Mosher said. “I want to learn from the folks that have been here for a while so I can have a place to operate that has an element of trust, respect and inclusion in what is happening here.”

During their time in Worthington so far, Mosher and his wife, Jayma, have been able to enjoy different events that have given them a better outlook of the community.

“We came during a fun time of the year so we got to experience the county fair and were able to go to the International Festival, which was a lot of fun,” Mosher said. “We enjoy the cultural diversity that is here and what that offers to the community.”

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