Richard Blumenauer and wife Mary Shaw, are relatively new to the Holy Saviour community; they have two young children, Kathleeen and Harry, who are avid Sunday School participants. In 2007, Richard moved from Toronto where he previously attended Church of Our Saviour in Don Mills and held a position as a warden for three years. Professionally, Richard has worked in the Information Technology industry for many years and is currently an IT project consultant in Waterloo. Richard’s interests include history, classical music, building design and construction and, when time allows, a round of golf.
Glenn Brogden and his wife Linda have been members of Church of the Holy Saviour since moving to Waterloo in 1984 and has served in many capacities in the church. He has been in the Financial Services industry since 1972.
Anders Bergstrom is a father of two boys, husband, instructor, writer, and critic who lives in Waterloo, ON. He recently defended his PhD in English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. He has a long and abiding interest in cinema and religion; most of his writing and teaching addresses cinema and media and/or the role of religion and philosophy in society. He and his family have been attending Church of the Holy Saviour since 2011. Before moving to Waterloo to pursue his doctorate, Anders and his wife, Rochelle Knox, lived in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where they taught secondary school. Read More
Tricia Siemens has held this position since 2013. She was the co-cordinator of Holy Saviour’s (now discontinued) Out of the Cold Sunday night program and has spent several years helping the homeless in our community. In November, 2014, she coordinated the Snowflake Tea and Bazaar. Tricia and her husband owned Words Worth Books in Waterloo for 27 years. They have 3 children and several grandchildren.