In the midst of relocating to Lilburn, Nathan Kaspar took the time to contact City Hall and offer his services. The Kaspar family are recent Lilburn transplants.
Nathan and William, their 5-year-old son, relocated first so he could start kindergarten. Katie, a pediatric nurse practitioner, will join them next month.
In Maryland, Nathan served as pastor of Towne Baptist Church in Joppa, near the Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay. So, the move to Georgia holds a special purpose for the Kaspar family as Nathan is “church planting” and plans to begin a new church that seeks to partner with others and help serve the people of Lilburn.
“We look forward to getting to know our new community, being part of it, and serving the people here,” he said. “We moved to Lilburn to live out the love of Jesus through loving and serving our city.”
Nathan is a perfect candidate for the city’s August Citizen of the Month.
Weeks ago, he contacted the city to volunteer as chaplain of the Lilburn Police Department or in some other capacity. “We look forward to getting to know our new community, being part of, and serving the people here.”
The Kaspar family looks forward to learning about their new home and meet its people. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We look forward to living in this city because of the diversity of the city’s ethnicities and cultures, the varied attractions it has to offer – including City Park – and the school system,” he said. “We are always open to meet with others, answer any questions, grab a cup of coffee or a bite to eat and get to know one another.”