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Rachel Bryant

Continuing Care Policy Analyst, Alberta Health Services

Rachel was one of our singing participants before she became an HtH board member. She brings many of her gifts

to the table in HtH, including a well-organized mind and a hospitable heart. Rachel is well-suited to consult on 

the 'worldview expansion' part of our mission; she has traveled to over 40 countries!

Greg Grunau

Pastor of Spiritual Development, Centre Street Church

Greg has a passion for personal and spiritual growth in any context and culture. He spent his growing up years divided between Canada and Indonesia, and still loves Indonesian food best of all and the beautiful game known in Canada as soccer. He is the Pastor of Spiritual Development at Centre Street Church where he has served since 2002, focusing his time on developing an overall discipleship process for the church, leading teams, teaching classes, organizing events, and a few other things. He and his wife also lead a missional community group in their home and are seeking to be more intentional about seeking to live as a “family on mission” together with them. Although he does not sing publically, he loves a variety of music and enjoys listening to his wife’s singing. He is exploring further the connections between discipleship and social justice, and bringing that perspective to the HTH family.

Kim Pangracs

Family Counsellor, Alberta Health Services

Kim is a Family Counsellor in the Grief Support Program with Alberta Health Services. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Calgary, and has a heart for social justice both locally and globally. She uses her skills to provide support to individuals as they navigate their various grief journeys. When not driving her own children to choir, she volunteers in their schools and is a long-standing supporter and volunteer for Compassion Canada. She has watched and admired the evolution of Harmony through Harmony from its inception, and is committed to being a part of reaching its vision.

John Pritchard

The Edge, House Church Network

John Pritchard holds a Masters of Christian Leadership, and has served as a pastor in several Alberta churches for over 25 years. He founded and leads "The Edge", a network of house churches, where he encourages leaders to "follow Jesus into people's lives." John also serves as Lead Facilitator for a leadership development program called CREST. 

John is married to Trish and they have a daughter, two sons, two daughters-in-law, a son-in-law, and five grandchildren.

Kallie Wood

Converging Pathways

Kallie is Nakota Cree of Carry the Kettle Band First Nation is the owner of Converging Pathways Consulting; to promote education, reconciliation, motivation, and inspiration between non-Indigenous and Indigenous peoples on a long-term sustainable relationship forward.

Kallie’s experience also includes: Strategic planning and Governance Model Building with multiple organizations in North America; extensive history in Leadership and Management; developed and facilitated Indigenous core strategy research in education with a circle of influence compiled of key leaders in the country on Indigenous issues, academics, education, legal, finance, government and theology; trained in the reconciliation process, Kallie has spoken and taught in many contexts in North America on principles and practices, at various colleges, seminaries, high schools, elementary schools and universities.

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