our staff:
Paul Ogle
Paul Ogle

Interim  Pastor

paogle49@gmail.com

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Marilyn Riley

Office Administrator

marilyn@wfnaz.org

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Kari Kimera

GIGL Daycare Director

giglkiddos@gmail.com

Born in Great Britain, the Reverend Paul Ogle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering of Biological Systems from Reading University, England and a Masters degree in Theology from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He has taught in Churches, Conferences, at College, Seminary, and grade school levels in over a dozen countries on 4 continents, as well as serving in pastoral and chaplain ministry positions in both the U.K. and U.S.A. After he and his wife moved to Whitefish in 1998 he pastored the Foursquare Church for 15 years and has most recently served as the Interim Senior Pastor at Christ Lutheran Church. He has been married to Angelita for 48 years and has 2 children and 6 grandchildren.

Whitefish Nazarene is a church

advancing Christ's Kingdom by loving God,

journeying together, and engaging the world!

What does that mean?

  • Loving God:  We take great joy in celebrating our God. We believed that worship is expressed by knowing God everyday, glorifying Him in thought, word and deed, and living in sacrificial obedience. We believe that God invites everyone everywhere to this kind of life because it is the best possible life. We believe that worship is also expressed corporately through gifts, lyric, the Word, and the Table.

  • Journeying Together:  We value deeply the community of believers that is Whitefish Church of the Nazarene. We believe that we were created for life together; discipling one another, carrying each other's burdens, sharing possessions, praying for one another, true fellowship, crying and celebrating together. We believe that the way of Jesus cannot be lived alone.

  • Engaging the World:  We believe that just as Jesus came to earth in human form, the church is the ongoing presence within the world. Being led by the Spirit, we long to engage the world around us through acts of compassion, proclaiming the Gospel, lifting up the poor, fatherless, and orphan, relieving suffering, and fighting injustice. We believe the church is at its best when it is serving, loving, and sacrificing and caring about the things that God cares about. We believe the church is God's plan for redeeming the world.