About Me

About Pastor Dennis Gulley

I am a husband to a wonderful woman of God, the dad to 5 beautiful young ladies, a stumbling yet growing lover of Jesus Christ, the head shepherd to an amazing missional community of Christ followers at Fellowship Church  in Leduc, AB, Canada.
Prior to coming to serve at Fellowship Church, I served as the Regional Director of Student Ministries with the Alberta Baptist Association for 8 years. Prior to that, I served as an Associate Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Portland, Oregon for 9 years, as well as serving on staff at Portland Youth for Christ. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Portland State University and a Master’s of Art in Educational Ministries from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary.  My family and I  are very excited about ministering as a family in the city of Leduc, Alberta.

I have a passion for journeying with those who desire to be on the missio dei (mission of God).  As we journey together we grow together and get to see the beautiful mess of the Kingdom of God becoming a reality day by day in our lives.

About Leduc Fellowship Church

Leduc Fellowship is a biblically-centered congregation, made up
of people ranging from young adults and families through empty nesters.
Dress is relaxed and casual, and the worship is authentic and relative
to real life.  Our Sunday worship services are at 10:30 am, and run approximately 75-90 minutes.  You
are welcome to bring a cup of coffee or we will gladly serve you a cup
of Rwandan coffee at the Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Bar.

We offer a full children’s ministry from nursery care and classes
geared for toddlers all the way through Grade 4. Our prayer is that you
leave knowing that we are a church family that enjoys genuine community
with each other and looks forward to welcoming others to Leduc
Fellowship.

If you have more specific questions, feel free to drop us a line at office@leducfellowship.ca

 

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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