Jenn has ministered in Ontario, Australia and Kelowna in a variety of contexts. She has her doctorate of Ministry in Leadership and Global Perspectives and is passionate about creating safe space for people to bring their authentic selves into community where they can encounter and be transformed by the living God. You can find her personal website here https://www.invitationalvulnerability.com She is committed to drawing the gold out of people and seeing them empowered by the Holy Spirit to bear hope, love and joy to a hurting and lonely world. She believes that we can love each other well by imitating Christ's example of servanthood. Jenn loves Jesus, social justice, laughter, rugby and camping. When not pastoring (and sometimes while pastoring) Jenn is mom to four fabulous kids and wife to one terrific husband.
Born and raised in Calgary, AB, Jacqui has degrees in Music and Theology. Her journey into full-time ministry started while working as a Spiritual Director and Retreat Facilitator and volunteering as a women’s group leader in what is now The Road Church in Calgary, AB. Pursuing her call to pastoral ministry, in 2017 she was ordained as a Commissioned Pastor, and simultaneously accepted two part-time positions as a Co-Pastor at The Road Church and a Campus Minister for Mount Royal University. When she is not working, Jacqui enjoys time exploring Alberta with husband Brad and her two daughters, Evangeline (10) and Emmanuelle (7) and the (way too many) pets they love.
Dr. Kenny Wallace
Dr. Kenny Wallace, Aboha ‘a Chihowa, is an African American Choctaw Pawnee from the United States living in Canada. He holds a doctorate in Worship Studies from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies with a focus on Christian contextualization of Indigenous worship. He teaches nationally and internationally about multi-ethnic worship with his organization Kingdom Reflections Multi-Ethnic Worship Ministries. He is a hoop dancer in the Way of Jesus both at powwows and for Blanket Exercises hosted by Kairos Canada, avid bead worker, and musician. He is also a certified ethnoarts specialist with the Global Ethnodoxology Network. In his spare time he runs a jewelry and essential oil business focused on wholistic wellness: physical, spiritual, and emotional. He is married to Achlaï Ernest, an esteemed leader in her own rite, and together they have a six-year-old growing worship leader named Hadassa.