2022 National Assembly

Nominee profiles

Executive Board

Ron is a retired educator, most recently serving at Columbia Bible College as Academic Dean and then as President. Alongside being a Grandpa to three little ones who live next door, he finds joy in gardening, reading, golf and volunteer work; most of that is presently done via Board work for CCMBC. Linda and Ron also enjoy golf and motorcycling together and having people into their home.
Ron Penner
Reg loves Jesus and His Church, recognizing that the Church is not perfect. God is still at work. Kingdom advancement is one of his passions – churches renewed, and new churches started. Reg has been involved in full-time ministry for 39 years as a pastor, transitional leader, and church planting director. Ministry is the focus of every believer.
Reg Toews
Sam is Professor of Sociology at Crandall University and a member of River of Life MB Church in Moncton, New Brunswick.  Sam has served on the CCMBC executive board for three terms in the past, is chair of the Personnel Committee of the Board, and represents the Atlantic region.
Sam Reimer
Cam is married to Michelle, together they have four kids, two of which are married. Cam currently pastors at Arnold Community Church, in Abbotsford, B.C. and has pastored among the Mennonite Brethren for the past 29 years. He has served on many MB boards and agencies and enjoyed this experience very much. Most recently, Cam has served on the CCMBC Executive Board as chair of the Governance Committee. He is excited about growing collaborative culture and vision toward healthy discipleship and disciple-making cultures.
Cam Stuart
Bonita Eby is a Burnout Prevention Strategist and owner of Breakthrough Personal & Professional Development Inc. A former MB pastor, Bonita specializes in burnout prevention and wellness for organizations and individuals at the intersection of health and leadership development.
Bonita Eby
Rob is married to Leanne and together they have served three churches in pastoral ministry in BC over the past twenty-eight years. Rob serves as lead pastor at Westwood Church in Prince George. Rob has been involved with the MB Seminary Board as well as other aspects of provincial conference leadership. His DMin dissertation focused on expository preaching and its impact on the spiritual formation of BCMB millennials.
Rob Dyck

Legacy Board

Cory and his family attend the Waldheim MB Church. Cory is the CEO of Amity Trust (formerly Mennonite Trust Ltd.). Cory holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan, a Certified Financial Planner designation, an MTI – Estate and Trust professional designation, and is also a graduate of the Executive Stream of the Arrow Leadership Program.
Cory Regier


Kristal is Pastor of Discipleship at Northview Community Church. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University with a Major in English Literature, and a Masters of Arts Degree (Biblical Studies Concentration) at Regent College. She loves teaching the Bible and fanning into flame the teaching and leadership gifts of others.
Kristal Toews


Maryanne Berge-new
Maryanne serves as the Global Mission Pastor at Forest Grove Community Church in Saskatoon, working closely with Multiply to develop strong relational partnerships in Panama, Mexico and Central Asia. She has a passion to see the local church engage in mission and fostering healthy, mutual relationships with the global Church. She has served on the Matthew Training Center Board in Mexico since 2011.
Maryanne Berge

Nominating Committee

David Wiebe-new
David is a member of Westwood Community Church in Winnipeg and serves on the church council leading mission support, refugee sponsorships and other holistic mission efforts. He is retired from various leadership positions in the Mennonite Brethren church.
David Wiebe

Historical Commission

Chris Koop headshot-new
Christopher grew up in the Niagara region, where his Mennonite Brethren/Anabaptist roots shaped his interest in political theology. After completing his undergraduate degree in historical studies, Christopher pursued political theory (MA, Brock) and Western religious thought (PhD, McMaster). He graduated from the education program at Brock University and is employed by the District School Board of Niagara as an elementary and secondary educator.
Chris Koop

MCC Board

Rich Janzen-new
Rich is an active member of Waterloo Mennonite Brethren Church and is vice chair of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Ontario. Rich is a Community Psychologist by training and leads a non-profit organization called the Centre for Community Based Research which is located on the University of Waterloo campus. Rich is married to Jen and has two young adult daughters, both of whom are active with MCC.
Rich Janzen
Dave is pastor at One88 Community Church, a faith community in downtown Winnipeg. He has been ministering among marginalized people for the past 10 years, seeking to extend the grace & love of Christ to people who carry so much sadness & shame. Dave has been pastoring in the MB church for about 28 years and recently stepped into the position of moderator of MBCM.
Dave Ens


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