I’m Eric Ledermann, an ordained minister (“teaching elder”) in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) since 2001. I’ve served churches as both a solo and associate pastor in Ohio, New York, California, and now Arizona. Since February, 2012, I have been serving as pastor of University Presbyterian Church of Tempe, Arizona—about 1.5 miles south of Arizona State University. I hope to be there for a very long time! (Do you hear that as a prayer request, God?) So, if you find yourself in the Phoenix area, please feel free to drop in!
I am a graduate of San Diego State University (Go Aztecs!) and San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, California. I am currently working on a Doctor of Ministry degree at McCormick Theological Seminary.
In my “free time” I enjoy photography, reading, writing, hiking/camping, and going out for a cup of coffee with folks to talk and share our stories. So, don’t hesitate to call me, tweet me, message me, or get a hold me any way you can, and let’s go have a cup o’ jo together and grow together!
I started this blog in hopes of contributing to the ongoing conversations about the ever-shifting landscape of religious and public life in North America. My views are my own, and certainly do not necessarily reflect the communities, whether religious or secular, in which I live and serve. I hope you are inspired by what I offer, and I would love to be in conversation with you! Feel free to comment on my posts!