I started attending Point Grey Inter-Mennonite Fellowship in 2016 though I’ve self-identified as a Christian for the vast majority of my life. Since joining the PGIMF congregation, I’ve come to understand, appreciate, and commit myself to the principles of Mennonite worship—even though I have no ethnic or inherited ties to the Mennonite people. After all, anabaptism is open to everybody.
Since 2017, I have been part of various committees that make up the different avenues of leadership at PGIMF. Most consistently, I’ve sat on the Congregational Care Committee with two other great people. I represent this committee on the Board and advise in other topics and initiatives such as refugee sponsorship.
Lastly, like many of us layfolk who make up PGIMF, I volunteer to lead singing, worship service and occasional activities that take place on Sunday mornings.