MCC Update

MCC Update

With disrupted supply chains, global lockdowns and economic downturns, more and more people will go hungry. You’re invited to “Give us our daily bread: COVID-19 and the coming food crisis, an online webinar on Wednesday, July 15 at 11:00am. Hear how your support continues to provide in times of crisis. There’s still time to sign up at mcccanada.ca/mcc-webinar-series.

What’s your MCC story? MCC is made up of thousands of people sharing their gifts at home and around the world. Each unique experience is made up of small moments that tell a larger story about who MCC is. To browse MCC stories or to share your own visit mcccanada.ca/centennial/share-your-story

Interested in hosting an MCC speaker virtually for your bible study, youth group or church community? Visit mcccanada.ca/media/resources/10834 to learn more. Please contact Katie Bergman at 204-261-6381 or email KatieBergman@mccmb.ca to book a speaker.

The Mennonite Heritage Village Museum’s MCC 100 Years exhibit is now open for visitors. The display features a variety of MCC’s work in relief, development and peace in Manitoba and around the world. Learn more at mcccanada.ca/get-involved/events/mcc-100-years-exhibit. Listen to Threads, our monthly radio segment, for a sneak peak of the exhibit at mccmb.ca/Threads.

We are honoured to be one of Bridges Golf Course’s charity of choice this summer for their Charity Green Fee Promotion. Book a tee time with Bridges and a portion of your fee will benefit MCC! Find out about their new promotion at www.bridgesgolfcourse.com/golf/charity-green-fee-promotion/.

In 1993, MCC worker Jeanne Zimmerly Jantzi harvests squash seeds with women members of a farmer’s group in Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo). What’s your MCC Story? Learn more at mcccanada.ca/centennial/share-your-storyMCC photo/Dan Jantzi.