About Leanne

I’m a daughter, sister, wife and mother.

I’m a Presbyterian pastor serving a community in SouthEast Nebraska.

I have many passions, and I find beauty in the simplest of moments.

I am a geek, plain and simple.

I am interested in faith and family, pastoring and parenting, christianity (and the church) and culture...and all the ways that they do and do not intersect, conflict, and meld together.

I like to try to think deeply, if not theologically, about the world around me, wanting to dig ever deeper into understanding.


About Little Liturgical Things

I like simple things. I like useful things. I like beautiful things. Mostly, especially for my life and work in ministry, I like things that work the way that I need them to. So much of what is out there is designed for other fields and has to be massaged into something that works for what I need. 

So, I decided to just start making the things that I need, from calendar designs that reflect the rhythm of a pastoral life and a church year, to handouts and brochures and business cards, to the little things that we hand out as part of a program or worship service, to notetaking guides that help me be the most prepared for all those meetings (I mentioned that I'm Presbyterian, right?). 

These Little Liturgical Things are now being made available for purchase. It is my hope that you find use and enjoyment out of them as well!


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Disclaimers:
All opinions and reflections are my own, and do not necessarily represent the views of my church, presbytery, synod or denomination.

I intentionally do not blog, tweet, or otherwise post about my local church community, or the people in my local church community, aside from the banal obligatory, “Service this morning went well” type post. Any blogs about “the church” are reflections on the greater denomination or the church catholic (universal).
I am human, and I may err. If (when) I do, I will apologize and remove my error, hoping to learn and to grow for the next time