Matt Pritchard (he/him)
Associate Conference Minister for Emerging Communities of Faith
When: Thursday, June 22, 7:30p in the College Mennonite Church Sanctuary
Sermon Focus: When the Church is the Church, the Community Rejoices.
Texts: Proverbs 11:10, John 2:1-12, Jeremiah 6:13-14; 8:10b-11; 29:5-9
Matt Pritchard serves as CDC’s Associate Conference Minister for Emerging Communities of Faith. He lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Elizabeth Moraff, and their two young children, Shifra and Miriam.
Matt has extensive experience in anti-racist, inter-cultural and cross-cultural development, including his previous role as the National Co-Coordinator of the Global Urban Trek through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Matt brings practical skills in organizational formation, community decision-making and legal/technical/financial systems to his work. He passionately welcomes people to peace church theology and practice. He is excited for the transformation that work brings to the larger community.
When: Saturday, June 24, 8:30a in the College Mennonite Church Sanctuary
Sermon Focus: Transforming Practice
Text: 1 Corinthians 11:17-26
Communion will be served
Offering: Central District Conference
Wanda Stopher is a retired tenth career pastor. During her 17 years of ministry she served as Associate Pastor of Central Mennonite Church in Archbold, OH, Regional Pastor of Ohio Conference of MC USA, and Lead Pastor of First Mennonite Church in Bluffton, OH. Wanda now lives with her husband, Bret, in Charlevoix, MI at the tip of the mitt. She loves hiking in the snow or sand, foraging for mushrooms, gardening, reading, and fishing. Wanda and Bret are parents of three children and grandparents of three grandchildren.