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Pastor Paul Fuglestad installed at Shiloh Evangelical Free Church

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Paul Fuglestad has been installed as pastor of Shiloh Evangelical Free Church in West Fargo.

Participants in the Dec. 15 Installation service at Shiloh included Pastor Matthew St. John of Bethel Evangelical Free Church, Fargo, and Pastor David Montecuollo of Faith Evangelical Free Church in Valley City, as well as leaders and members of the Shiloh Congregation. Officiating at the service was Pastor Bob Grohman of Eagle Valley Evangelical Free Church, which is near Wolverton, Minn. and Abercrombie, N.D.Paul Fuglestad

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Pastor Paul has a breadth of ministry experience, including service both as a pastor and as a missionary. In the latter capacity, he served in several places around the world, including work in Australia and lengthy service in Papua, New Guinea. He has also held positions in the secular field, including counseling work and employment with Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota.

At his installation service, Pastor Paul expressed his appreciation for the warm welcome he and his family have received at Shiloh and stressed his enthusiasm for ministry and service not only to the church but to the community of West Fargo. A representative of the Shiloh congregation recounted the path which brought Pastor Paul Fuglestad to the church and how thrilled the congregation is with his ministry and leadership.

He holds a BA from Bethel College in St. Paul, Minn. and a Master of Divinity Degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Ill.

Pastor Paul and his wife, Wendy, are the parents of four children.

Shiloh is located at 220 Shiloh Street (just south of Interstate 94 and east of Sheyenne Street) in West Fargo. The church can be reached at 282-3247.

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