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SKMB Staff

Phil GuntherRev. Philip A. Gunther - Director of Ministry

Gunther began his role as Director of Ministry October 2016.  He has served in a lead pastor role for 25 years and participated in SKMB governance ministry as Executive Secretary, Assistant Moderator and Moderator.  Gunther is a graduate of University of the Fraser Valley, Columbia Bible College, Trinity Western University, Eastern Mennonite Seminary and Canadian Theological Seminary.

Contact:  phil@skmb.ca


Heather Filazek - Website and Communique Administrator

Heather began her role with SKMB September 2017.  She assists with keeping the SKMB website up to date, updating church and leadership e-mail addresses and sending out the bi-monthly "Communique."  She is currently the Administrative Assistant at Parliament Community Church in Regina.

Contact:  office@skmb.ca


Tanya Bargen - Events Administrator

Tanya Bargen has served her church family for over 20 years in the areas of Worship, Children’s, and administrative ministry. She enjoys her career as a private music teacher and a school secretary. Tanya and her family are members of Hope Fellowship Church, Saskatoon.

Contact: tanyabargen@sasktel.net 

 

 

  

 

 


Luke Etelamaki - Discipleship Coach

Luke is the Pastor of The Compass West church in Regina, Saskatchewan (2015).  He is married to Bailey and they have four children.  Luke received a diploma from Youth With A Mission (2006) and graduated from Columbia Bible College in B.C. (2011).  Luke has previously served as a youth pastor in Estevan, Saskatchewan.

Contact: luke@compassregina.com

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Recent News

Sep 6, 2022

General

Shall we accept good from God, and not trouble?

I watch a lot of Major League Baseball; the Toronto Blue Jays are my team. A good number of the Blue Jay players wear crosses and routinely engage in the Catholic practice of ‘crossing’ themselves. Both of these provide some level of testimony that God plays a role in their personal and professional lives. It is common practice for some of these elite ball players to make a gesture of thanks and praise to God when they accomplish a good hit, crossing themselves and raising a hand to the heavens.

Aug 24, 2022

General

SKMB Sabbatical Two

Before I left I wrote about five things we did to help us plan our sabbatical to ensure our family got the most out of it. Now on the other side of our sabbatical, I want to share four lessons I learned about sabbaticals that I hope will help you prepare if you are considering one in the future. 

Aug 8, 2022

CCMBC News

Pope's Visit

“I’m Sorry”
Pope Francis addresses a “deplorable evil.”


“I express my deep shame and sorrow…
I humbly beg for forgiveness.”
Pope Francis