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Annual General Meeting
Monday, February 28, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
in-person with an online option

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Board Motions

Board Members: CLOSED



2022 Board Nominee Profiles


I want to thank the Nominating Committee Chairman, Warren Hart, the Nominating Committee and all those who have been a part of the nomination process here at Calvary Temple this year. Each and every name that you, the membership, suggested was considered. Twenty-four individuals received formal invitations to allow their names to stand for election. After the prayerful consideration of each individual contacted, the Nominating Committee is presenting the following eight candidates allowing their names to stand for the four positions open on the Church Board this year.

- Pastor Bruce Martin


[Choose those] who are well respected and are full of the Spirit and wisdom.  We will give them this responsibility.
Acts 6:3

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John Bowering

John is married to Nola Bowering and they have a son (16) and twin boys (14). He is currently a Product Manager at Manitoba Public Insurance. He has attended Calvary Temple his whole life. Over the years he has been involved in ministries such as the Sound Team, Choir, and Ushering. Presently, their entire family have served as Greeters as we have returned to in-person services.

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Cathy Doerksen

Cathy is married to Craig and they have two adult children. She is curriculum coordinator and music specialist in a Winnipeg private school. Cathy grew up at Calvary Temple. She is involved in the music department leading worship in the contemporary and traditional services. She has previously facilitated the Connection class and has been an Alpha table host. She has served two terms on the CT Official Board.


Mathew Dueck

Mathew is a high school teacher. He has attended Calvary Temple from birth and has always had a heart for ministry. He has served previously as a CSB leader and Big City Avenue leader. He is currently an Impact Youth leader, a member of the Brass Ensemble, leads a small group, and helps when needed at CT Camp in the summer months. He has recently completed his first term on the Official Church Board.

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Ron Lemky

Ron is married to Tressa and they have one daughter and three precious little grandchildren. He works as a Transportation Manager at Parrish and Heimbecker Limited. Ron grew up at Calvary Temple and returned to CT over 13 years ago. He sings in a Gospel quartet, and he leads the worship regularly in the traditional worship service and has previously served on the CT Official Board.


Jayson Stoffman

Jayson is married to Margriet, and they have three children (aged 14, 11, and 7) and one labradoodle. He works as a Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist and is also the director of the Pediatrics resident education program at U of M. His family has called CT home since 2016 and he has served in Big City Avenue since 2017. He is a Messianic Jewish believer and looks forward to once again celebrating the Passover Seder when we can gather again for a meal.


Tim Sturby

Tim is married to Diane and they have 2 adult sons. He is currently employed with Dyna-Pro Environmental, working as a service dispatcher and the customer service manager. He has attended Calvary Temple for 50 years. He sings in a quartet and presently is involved singing on the Worship team and leading worship in the traditional service. Tim has previously served one term on the Calvary Temple Official Board.


Gary Vickery

Gary is married to Shirley for 52 yrs. Together, they have 2 sons, a daughter-in-law and 3 grandchildren. Gary has attended CT for most of his life. He has had a long and varied career, most recently retiring from New Hope Transport. Gary gave his life to Jesus in Cabin #1 at CT Camp. He is an active usher in the church and currently can be found in our food bank serving faithfully each week.


Kelly Wiebe

Kelly has been married to Karen for 38 years. They have three daughters and three granddaughters. He has recently retired from dentistry. Kelly has been a Calvary Temple member since a teenager. He has served in Sunday school, music, CSB, CT camp, small groups, and security. Currently, Kelly and Karen are serving in the Wee College ministry. He has previously served several terms on the Calvary Temple Official Board.


In the same way, deacons must be well respected and have 
integrity. They must not be heavy drinkers or dishonest with money.  They must be committed to the mystery of the faith now revealed and must live with a clear conscience.  Before they are appointed as deacons, let them be closely examined. If they pass the test, then let them serve as deacons.
1 Timothy 3:8-10

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