by Annette Brill Bergstresser
ELKHART, Indiana (Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary) — Bryan Moyer Suderman, M.T.S., of Kitchener, Ontario, has resigned from his half-time role as advancement associate for Canada for Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS), Elkhart, Indiana, as of Aug. 21.
“It’s been a joy and an inspiration to meet with constituents across Canada, expressing gratitude for support and encouraging further support for AMBS’s vital mission,” he reflected. “I remain enthusiastic and supportive of the seminary and its role in helping the church be the church during these times.”
Moyer Suderman will continue to be available via videoconference as a resource for congregations and organizations as a teaching associate of AMBS’s Church Leadership Center, in partnership with his music and teaching ministry, SmallTall Ministries (see ambs.edu/invite). He also will work at St. John’s Kitchen in Kitchener.
“Bryan’s outgoing personality, insights into the concerns and needs of Canadian Mennonites, and ability to quickly connect with others are gifts our Advancement Team is sorry to lose,” said Daniel Grimes, M.P.A., vice president for advancement and enrollment. “We’re grateful for his service and his ongoing presence with our Church Leadership Center.”
Grimes noted the importance of the binational seminary’s relationships with its Canadian constituents and that AMBS is seeking another person for this role (see ambs.edu/jobs).
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