MCEC New Volunteers

Tim Hedrick, Rockway Mennonite Collegiate Board

Tim attends Waterloo North Mennonite Church where he is involved with Jr. Youth ministry, teaching, works with the finance committee and helps to leads worship. He has a strong involvement with the Rockway Mennonite Collegiate board and now represents MCEC in that role.

Kendall Jongejan Harder, Ontario Mennonite Music Camp Board

Kendall is on the pastoral team at North Leamington United Mennonite Church. He writes, “I love the idea that MCEC and it’s congregations are places of healing and hope in a broken world. I appreciate the overall movement towards increased diversity within MCEC and pray for continued progress towards interculturalism. My hope is that Ontario Mennonite Music Camp is a place where music connects participants and the audience with the joy and hope that is in God.” Kendall represents MCEC on the Ontario Mennonite Music Camp board.

Victor Ratzlaff, Mission Council

Victor is an ordained minister and worships at Westview Christian Fellowship. He has been living in the Niagara Region for over 20 years where he farms and also paints in the family painting business run by Victor and his son, Caleb. He joins the mission council.

Anthony Siegrest, Executive Council

Anthony is pastor at Ottawa Mennonite Church where he has been ministering since 2015. Anthony’s most recent book, Speaking of God: An Essential Guide to Christian Thought, can be found at CommonWord Bookstore and Resource Centre. As an executive council member he seeks to strengthen MCEC as a community of vibrant congregations that nurture members and contribute to the common good.

Jason Yuen, Executive Council

Jason worships at Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, serves on the church board and helps to lead worship in-person (pre-Covid) and now on Zoom. He has many volunteer roles in the community and has recently served as part of the MCEC executive minister search committee. As an executive council member, Jason brings a missional approach to church of being “with the people and not in buildings.”