MCC Canada is pleased to welcome Scott Campbell as its new director of communications and donor relations. Campbell comes to the position from MCC’s provincial office in B.C., where he has held a similar leadership position since 2016.
In his new role with MCC Canada, he will oversee fundraising, marketing and communications, and donor relations strategies, as well as MCC Canada’s Thrift Shop network.
Before coming to MCC, Campbell was vice-president of alumni and community engagement at Trinity Western University. He has worked in fundraising and communications for various non-profits in B.C., and as a producer, director, and sometimes performer in professional theatre.
Campbell is married to Margaret and they have three children.
He volunteers at his church, Langley (B.C.) Mennonite Fellowship, and serves as advisor to several arts organizations in his community.
[Mennonite Central Committee
With great anticipation, the Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba board announces Cam Priebe as provincial director beginning in late spring 2019.
Priebe currently serves as the director of the Outtatown program with Canadian Mennonite University, a role he has held since 2011. Prior to that, he served the newly restructured leadership development department for the Canadian Conference of MB Churches with a focus on emerging leaders (2009–11), and as director of Ministry Quest, a program of MB Biblical Seminary, Fresno, Cal. (2006–09).
Priebe has extensive experience and passion working in team to equip and develop leaders.
The board looks forward to the new leadership and direction Priebe will bring to the congregations and leaders of the Manitoba MB churches as they live out mission in serving Christ.
The board has joyful confidence that Cam’s gifts of coaching, mentoring, teaching, and leadership will assist in fulfilling the conference initiatives of developing leaders, building community, multiplying churches, and resourcing ministries.
“My desire is to bring my gifts to promote an atmosphere of discipleship in learning to love and follow Jesus Christ,” says Priebe.
Priebe completed an MA in Christian ministry from Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, Fresno, Cal. He and his wife Shauna currently attend The Meeting Place, Winnipeg. They have three children, Tyson (married to Alanna), Megan, and Madison.
Interim provincial director, Gerald Dyck will continue in this capacity until Priebe begins in late spring 2019. At which point, Dyck resumes the of director of church ministries.
“The MBCM team are fully affirming of this decision. We eagerly look forward to beginning our work alongside such a gifted leader,” says Dyck.
“I consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to the leaders and communities of the Manitoba churches, paying attention and responding together to the Holy Spirit at work among us,” says Priebe.
The MBCM board and staff are grateful to see Priebe step into this leadership role within the Manitoba MB Conference and continue to pray a blessing over him and his family in this season of transition ahead.