Bickleton Evangelical Church

Meet Pastor Seng, Wife Jennifer, Alicia, & Cora

Our Family

Pastor Seng and wife Jennifer were raised in the Panhandle of Nebraska, Steven on a combination dry land wheat and irrigated corn, dry bean, sugar beet, and alfalfa farm in the North Platte River valley near Bridgeport, NE and Jennifer on a dry land wheat farm near Dalton, NE. Both were raised around beef cattle.

Upon their marriage in 1978 they farmed in the Redington, NE and Bridgeport area until January 1996. After a farm sale they moved to Dubuque, IA where Steven attended the University of Dubuque, where he earned a B.A. in Religious Studies and a minor in History, and then the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary where he earned his Master of Divinity.

Steven also served three years in the U.S. Army, two and a half in Heilbronn, Germany as a mechanic and wrecker driver.

Ordained in June of 2001 he then served his first church in Wellsburg, WV and subsequently in Torrington, WY. Upon leaving the Torrington church and the PCUSA in 2013, and during the intervening time, he served as Pulpit Supply Pastor for two churches in the Nebraska Sandhills, Ashby and Hyannis, NE Congregational Churches.

Jennifer has worked in a florist shop, in an after hours call service, as a vet tech, a church camp director, a secretary for a medical malpractice attorney, as office manager for a dentist and wife hygienist, and as an insurance verifier for Regional West Hospital in Scottsbluff, NE.

They have four grown children, three of which are married, and five grandchildren. Their eldest daughter and husband, Rev. Matthew and Anna Froeschle (Elizabeth and Zachary) live in Matoon, IL, their eldest son and wife, Spec. 5 Andrew and Christina Seng (Cordelia and Delilah), live in Weisbaten Germany, their youngest son, Aaron Seng still resides in Clovis, NM, and youngest daughter a Alicia Seng with daughter Cora live in Bickleton WA.

Pastor Seng and Jennifer are glad to be in our community and are getting settled in. Please bear with them as they learn the names of our community members and the details of our daily and seasonal routines.

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