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Transitions – June 2008

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On April 6, Scott St. MB Church in St. Catharines, Ont. welcomed Isaak Eitzen as associate pastor. His primary responsibilities include visitation, senior care, and ministering to the German congregation. Previously Isaak worked in a pastoral capacity at Scott St., although only on a part-time basis. He is married to Elfriede.

 

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Ingrid Reichard began her ministry as senior pastor of The Dwelling Place, Kitchener, Ont. on May 1, replacing Don Craw. Ingrid was born and raised in communist Czechoslovakia and came to faith in Jesus as an adult through dramatic circumstances. Most recently, she served as team leader of spiritual formation at Grandview Baptist Church. Ingrid is a seminary student, speaker, seminar and retreat leader, and tour leader to the lands of the Bible. She lives in Waterloo with her husband Scott and two young sons.
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Victor Kliewer resigned as pastor of Elmwood MB Church, Winnipeg.
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On May 6, Northview Community Church, Abbotsford, B.C., overwhelmingly affirmed Jeff Bucknam as lead pastor after a 2-year-long search. Jeff joined the Northview team as pastor of young adults in November 2006, following five years of ministry and adjunct lecturing in New Zealand. He and his wife Jeanne have two sons.

 

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Upon mutual agreement, the board of Camp Crossroads in Torrance, Ont. accepted the resignation of Mike Reimer as director, effective April 16. The program will continue under the leadership of program director, Andrew Hiebert, along with involvement from existing full-time staff, summer staff, volunteers, and board members.
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Bill Lothian resigned as pastor of Grace Church, Cranberry Portage, Man.
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After serving 18 years, Hugo Reimer resigned as lead pastor of Nechako Community Church, Vanderhoof, B.C. Hugo and his wife Connie are open to further ministry.

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