Pamela Girardi email@example.com
Pamela is passionate about community-based ministry and delights in finding meaningful ways to explore faith and engage in social justice and hospitality.
For 9 years, Pamela accompanied young adults in immersion programs in Ghana and El Salvador with the One World program. She is one of the founders of Camp Micah, an LGBTQ+ affirming ecumenical camp for youth interested in social justice. These days she spends time creating and leading meaningful, all-age worship at Harcourt United Church.
Pamela and her wife, Colleen, live in Guelph with their three children Zoelle, Sage, and Zeben. She loves spending time in her veggie garden, biking around and camping with her family.
Jessica Reesor Rempel
Jessica (Jessie) is passionate about nurturing community, extending radical hospitality and seeking out sacred moments in the midst of the mundane. Through her work with PiE, she is energized by experiencing God at work in new and unexpected ways in the Kitchener-Waterloo community. Jessie’s call to this ministry has been shaped by studies at Conrad Grebel and the Toronto School of Theology as well as time spent serving with Mennonite Central Committee in Ontario and in Laos. In addition to her work with PiE, Jessie is currently serving as Interim Chaplain at Conrad Grebel University College.
Born and raised on a farm, the outdoors still feels like home to Jessie, and you can often find her wandering the woods in Breithaupt Park or digging in the soil in her back yard vegetable garden. She and her partner Steven Reesor Rempel and their daughters, Anna and Stella, live in Midtown Kitchener. Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church is their spiritual home.