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Ashleigh Patterson

Ashleigh Patterson Nursery Director

Area of Ministry: Nursery

Family: I am married, and between the two of us we have four boys! We also have two dogs and a snake (he's nice).

Saved: I was saved as a child, and was baptized here at Lakeshore as a teen.

Joined Lakeshore Staff:  January 2013


Book: East of Eden - John Steinbeck

Food: anything Mexican - mainly nachos!

Snack Food: Gardettos & Sour Patch Kids - but not together, yuck!

Movie: Armageddon - it makes me cry every time

TV Shows: Survivor, Amazing Race, and Covert Affairs

CD/Artist/Band/Song: I love music, and can't pick just one

Actor/Actress: Tom Hanks/Jennifer Lawrence

Season: Summer

Place in the World: Home

Place to Pray: Craft room

Recreational Activities/Hobbies: Running, Reading, and all things crafty

Scripture: Psalm 91 - the whole chapter

Sports Team: Baltimore Ravens & Boston Red Sox - when I watch sports which isn't often

Sport: Football


Food: Peas & Beans

Snack Food: Raisins

Season: Winter - I hate the short days, I get sleepy!

Place in the World: Anywhere that is below zero degrees

Sports Team: New England Patriots

Best thing someone said to you: It means a lot to me when people I love and respect say to me "I'm proud of you". 

Life Motto: Do or do not, there is no try. - Yoda

Three People I’d Like to Meet: Tom Hanks, Joyce Meyer, & Charles Dickens

My Hero: My husband - I know, I know, this is a little sentimental, but for real he is an amazing person, who is so supportive and loving, and probably the most forgiving person I have ever met. 

One of My Greatest Experiences with God: I was on a missions trip in New Orleans when I was in high school, and we were just corporately praying and worshipping God and I just felt His presence rush over me in a way that I had never experienced before. It was as if He was holding me in His arms and saying it's ok, I love you. Still brings tears to my eyes to this day. 

Most People Don’t Know This About Me: I am deathly (maybe not quite deathly...) afraid of cotton balls