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Harrison & Kaitlyn Kwok

Harrison accepted Christ in 2009 and began serving in various capacities in local ministries in Victoria and Whitehorse. Since then, both his educational experience and ministry experience have led him and his family in this opportunity to plant a church in Whitehorse.

Kaitlyn is a phenomenal wife, mother, and friend. She is a true servant who loves to use her gifts of hospitality, administration, and support to serve those whom God brings into her life. Kaitlyn works as a social worker and a barber.

They are joined by Emerald (August 10, 2015), Audrey (March 1, 2017), and Hazel (May 16, 2019)

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Janet & Tony Ens

Tony and Janet Ens are originally from southern Manitoba. They have lived in the north for over 25 years serving with Northern Canada Evangelical Mission, most of that time in the Yukon. Tony and Janet also do some work for the Salvation Army in Whitehorse. They have four adult sons.


Bob & Shannon Duke

An authentic couple, who love people, laughter, and the North. As a sheet metal journeyman Bob moved to the Yukon in 1991 to help build the Arts Centre but loved the Territory so he stayed. Shannon was born and raised in Whitehorse and works as a nurse. They have one adult daughter.

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Kirin & Emma Devries

Both are born and raised Yukoners. Kirin came to faith in his early twenties, and Emma as a youth at bible camp. They served in another church plant in Victoria, BC while they attended university, and are now honoured to be a part of The Northern Collective's mission in their home town. Emma will be serving as a music leader, and Kirin will put his technical skills to work on the audio system.

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