Selenna Wolfe will be the associate pastor at Hope Mennonite Church in Winnipeg beginning on August 1. The part-time position will focus on children and youth ministry.
Wolfe spent the last several years working at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) as administrative assistant and receptionist for the Mennonite Heritage Centre Archives and Gallery. She previously worked at Camps with Meaning for eight summers, two of which she spent as the Bible instructor. She also wrote the camp’s Bible curriculum for a summer.
Wolfe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in biblical and theological studies from CMU and will be starting chaplaincy training at the Selkirk Mental Health Centre in fall. Wolfe’s arrival at Hope Mennonite comes after Ellis Hamm served as interim associate pastor for six months, concluding their term this spring.
—By Nicolien Klassen-Wiebe