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Fellowship Groups

groupThe congregation at West End is divided into eight fellowship groups or mini-congregations, each with 75 to 90 people of all ages, as cross-sections of the make-up of our congregation. Each group, under the leadership of an elder, a deacon, and a coordinator works at creating a family atmosphere where everyone is accepted, cared for, and encouraged – in one word: loved. Social gatherings help people to get to know each other better, Bible studies help them grow in their faith, and acts of service help the members express their Christian love by meeting special needs in the group, in the congregation, or in the community.

Contact the church office if you would like more information about the fellowship groups.

The members of the fellowship group leadership teams are listed below. A searchable file with the composition  of the different fellowship groups is accessible by clicking here (NOTE: you must log in or be logged in with a username to view the list).

Archives

Fellowship Group Leadership Teams

Chair of Deacons: Margo De Moor and Tim Pasma

Chair of Elders: Geoff Vogan

Lead Coordinator: Joyce Klomps

Fellowship Group 1

Elder: Trudy Boyer Deacon:  Fran Aaarnoutse Coordinator: Karen Abma and Melissa Ramsey

Fellowship Group 3

Elder: Adrian & Carolyn Aarnoutse Deacon: Brian Piers Coordinator: Stephanie Harmata

Fellowship Group 4

Elder: Jack & Janet Toornstra Deacon: Graeme Vriend Coordinator: Joyce Klomps

Fellowship Group 5

Elder: Terry & Joan Allison Deacon: Tim Pasma Coordinator: Sherilyn Uitvlugt

Fellowship Group 6

Elder: Henry Koopmans Deacon: Margo de Moor CoordinatorCindy DeGroot & Christine Vriend-DeBlois

Fellowship Group 7

Elder: Margaret & Matt Schoonderwoerd Deacon: Andrew Vanderkooi CoordinatorAnn McKinnon

Fellowship Group 8

Elder: Helen & Mike Wevers Deacon: David Voogd Coordinator: Sofia Stephen

Fellowship Group 9

Elder:  Geraldine Vander Meulen Deacon: Mary-Ann & Kent Hughes CoordinatorHeidi Dasilva