In the late 1960’s the then 100 members of the Eagle church began to plan for a new church. Land was acquired on West State Street (Highway 44) where the church was built and became a blessed reality. The first meeting was held in December 1972. Then, within a few years, with the blessing of the Lord, a three-room school was built - and was all paid for when finished. Later, the members saw a need for a gym, which they built and paid for in a few years. The gym is a large structure, measuring 135x60 feet. The school/gym currently houses a kitchen, library, Pathfinder classroom and four other classrooms: Preschool, Grades 1-4, Grades 5-8, and a computer/music lab.
It has now been over 100 years since the Eagle Church first began and many have gone out from our Eagle church as workers for the Lord. Some as missionaries to foreign fields, some as medical workers, teachers, secretaries, etc. But many more have served as workers in the more common vocations of life in the home fields. We would like to pay tribute to all who have been, and are, members of the Eagle SDA church. Do come and visit us at 538 West State Street in Eagle, Idaho! You are MOST welcome!
Our Church & School Staff:
Pastor - Steve & Susan DeLong
Principal/Teacher - Jessica Davidson
Jessica Davidson was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has spent 17 years in the Pacific Northwest. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Walla Walla University in College Place, WA with minors in English and Religion. She holds an Elementary teaching certificate with a secondary endorsement in English and a junior academy endorsement in Religion. She has taught elementary school and high school in New Mexico, and has been with us since 2011. She is married (Brian) and has two daughters, Alexa & Gianna. She teaches Kindergarten - 2 grade.
Teacher's Aide - Heidi DePaula
Heidi Depaula took Education at Weimar institute and then graduated from Southwestern Adventist University with a BS in Education, magna cum laude. Prior to this she worked at two different Adventist youth camps teaching rock climbing and outdoor education. She also spent a couple of summers interning with Recreation Unlimited acting as a nature interpreter for some state parks in Idaho and Oregon. After graduation she was a substitute teacher and then took the position of teaching principal for a small Adventist school in southern CA. She took time off when her children were born and has spent the last couple of years homeschooling the older two and volunteering at a homeschool co-op.
Heidi is married (Jonathan) and has 4 children, Joshua, Havilah, Hazel and Hosanna. She is the daughter of Pastor Tim and Karen Roosenberg and has been active in church activities her whole life. She enjoys doing things outdoors and spending time with friends. She also enjoys animals, music, gardening, cooking and reading or listening to a good story. Above all she wants to be a servant to God, pointing others to Him.
Church Secretary/Preschool Director - Jodi Giem
Jodi is married (Ross) and has three daughters. Jennifer Swan (& Kyle), Jacque Felt (& Josh), and Joni Drake (& Reggie). They all like outdoor activities like hiking and backpacking and rafting. Jodi also enjoys reading, biking, sewing, and scrapbooking. She is now the part-time church secretary, but has worked at the preschool since 1997 and is the Director of the Child Care Center as well as School Nurse. She has her B.S. degree in Nursing from Union College and an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education from Boise State University.
Teacher, Preschool - Holly Moss
Holly is married (Ray) and has one son, Bernie. She loves all animals, especially goats! She also enjoys discovering new hot springs in Idaho. She has been with the preschool since 2001. She has her Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education.
Teacher, Preschool/Kindergarten - Martha States
Martha is married (Joe) and has two sons, Austin & Isaac. She loves anything to do outdoors and scrapbooking. She has been with the preschool since 2006. She has her Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education.
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