Pastor Brian Dyer:
Welcome to Ustick Road Church of the Nazarene. Ustick Road is a friendly, casual church, which practices loving others as themselves. Our church body understands what it means to be a Christian in process. We are all at different places in our spiritual growth, and excited to join one another in our spiritual journey.
I was born in Ohio and raised in Florida. After a six year tour in the navy, I attended NNC and met Nancy, the love of my life, and when you meet her it's easy to see why. We were married in 1991 and after serving at Nampa Lakeview as youth pastors came to Ustick Road in 1993. In 1994, our oldest daughter, Brianna was born. Brianna is a student at BSU, and the Children's director at our church. In 1997, the Lord blessed us with Danielle. Danielle is a student at Treasure Valley Community Church, and a valuable part of our pastoral family.
Caldwell Ustick Road is a wonderful church body committed to the worship of our Heavenly Father and the growth of His Kingdom.
God Bless you as you pursue His Heart,
PB IN DA HOUSE!
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Pastor Betsy Bowling
Greetings and well wishes!
A little bit about myself and my family. I was born and raised in Othello, WA in a family of six. When I was 13 years-old we moved to Union Gap, Wa were my mom was the pastor of the Nazarene church. It was in Union Gap where it became clear to me the area in which God was calling me. Living in a poverty stricken area and generational poverty was prevalent, I became aware of my passion for walking along side the broken and marginalized in society.
I attended Northwest Nazarene University and graduated with a degree in Intercultural Ministry and am on my way to ordination. After college I married my husband, Jason, and we just had our first child, Peter James.
Currently I am working at Ustick Rd as an associate pastor working with the teens and what ever else I can get my hands into. I am also the manager at the Salvation Army Community Family Shelter. My vision for Ustick is to see us enter into our community and come along side people and give them a hand up and not a hand out. We live in a broken world and in Christ we can be made complete.
Pastor Betsy Bowling