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The Rev. Tim Boggess The Rev. Tim Boggess is pastor of Northwest Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA.

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The Rev. Timothy T. Boggess

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Northwest Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Tim Boggess is pastor of Northwest Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA.

He is a graduate of Whitworth College in Spokane, WA, and earned a master of divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He came to Northwest in 2008 after serving as pastor of Madison (GA) Presbyterian Church. Before that he served churches in Cartersville, GA, and Perry, OK.

He is married to Heather and they are the parents of two children.


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Rev. Timothy Boggess - Podcast Extra Interview 2009

The Rev. Timothy T. Boggess (PCUSA)
The Rev. Timothy Boggess sits down with Peter Wallace and discusses the diversity and culture he has seen as he has traveled for the church. Discusses the difference between large communities and small, and his current church in Atlanta. More...
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The Rev. Timothy T. Boggess (PCUSA)

My favorite scene in the movie Finding Nemo takes place at the very end, after the credits begin to roll. The heart of the story is already over. After a harrowing journey across the sea, Marlin, the father clownfish, has been reunited with his son, Nemo, who had been taken from his home on the Great Barrier Reef and ended up in the fish tank of a Sydney dentist. And they all lived happily ever after. The end. Well, not quite. For, although the main story has ended, we soon discover that another story has just begun.

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