Our Staff, Mission & Vision

We are an “evangelical” church in that we are committed to sharing the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ and believe in the full authority of the Bible as God’s Word.  We are a “free” church in that we are self-governing and independent.  At the same time, we are part of a movement of churches committed to working together to reach our world for Christ.

Church Staff:

Our leadership team recognizes the authority of God, and realizes that we are shepherds who serve under the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ. We desire to devote ourselves to prayer and to the ministry of the Word. Our passion and goal is to equip the believers for the work of the ministry until we all attain maturity in the fullness of Christ.

 

Pastor Dan Osborn, Lead Pastor

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Pastor Dan Osborn is the lead pastor at WEFC. Before coming to Watertown, he and his wife Heidi were active in ministries in the Princeton, Monticello and Cokato areas. He formerly served as the lead chaplain of the Princeton Elim Care and Rehabilitation Center, where he held this position for 10 years. He also has been involved in church planting and interim pastoral positions.
 
 
 
 
Pastor David Tingley, Youth & Family Ministries Pastor
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I came to Watertown after graduating from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. I’m originally from Michigan and my wife Alexis is from the Chicago area. I’m passionate about planting and watering seeds of God’s word so that people may follow Jesus in transformative ways (1 Cor. 3:6-7). I also enjoy running, reading, and relaxing with my family. Alexis and I have a son named Ezekiel – a natural born Minnesotan.
 
 
 
Cher Lorentz, Staff Assistant
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Cher is a long time member of WEFC and resident of Watertown. Her first love is following God where ever he leads her to serve. Her passions include helping others achieve ministry objectives, worship, prayer and most things creative.  Cher and her husband, Mike love being involved with their family and count it a great joy to be part of their grandchildren’s lives. 
 
 
 
Purpose:
The purpose of Watertown Evangelical Free Church is to glorify God by producing and developing disciples of Jesus Christ through worship, teaching, fellowship, and evangelism.
 

What we believe:

Download our full doctrinal statement. 
 

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