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Former Director of the Centre for Public Dialogue
For over 21 years Mike Hogeterp has served the CRCNA as the founding director of the Centre for Public Dialogue. This fall he will transition to work as a facilitator with NAIITS, an Indigenous learning community (formerly the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies). You can read more about this transition here. Please contact the Centre with any inquiries.
Cindy Stover is the Justice Mobilizer for the Christian Reformed Church in Canada. Having grown up in Northern Ontario, she's a country girl at heart, but also loves her close-knit neighbourhood in downtown Hamilton, where she is a part of Eucharist Church, a multi-denominational worshipping community that seeks to find creative ways to practice hospitality in their city. She holds a Master's Degree of Theology in Urban and International Development from Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto, where she was first welcomed into CRC Campus Ministries (which became her safe place during many hard years of studying!). Cindy is interested in seeing people realize God's call to enact justice and mercy in every area of our lives, from how we shop, to how we talk to our neighbours, to how our churches respond to the most vulnerable. She can often be found reading a good book around a campfire, or watching a BBC miniseries with a cup of tea. Contact Cindy at [email protected]
Justice Communications Team Coordinator
Victoria Veenstra is the Justice Communications Team Coordinator. Victoria’s Masters of History was completed at Trent University, where she was a teaching assistant. Victoria is a history nerd at heart and has worked at a variety of museums in the past. Victoria is interested in the area of social justice because she's become aware of the need to develop meaningful and humble conversations between people who disagree. In her off time you can find her crafting, swimming, or playing board games with friends. Contact Victoria at [email protected].
Committee for Contact with Government
The Committee for Contact with Government was founded in 1968. Its work is rooted in a vision that the CRC in Canada has a calling to interact with Canadian society and governments “on the significant and pressing issues of the day.” The committee is comprised of members from across Canada. Read more about members here.