MCC Update

MCC Update

Choose Friendship. Volunteer with MCC’s Migration & Resettlement Program and create meaningful relationships with newcomer youth and adults. MCC will pair participants together and facilitate opportunities for sharing, celebration and learning. Sign up here or at mcccanada.ca/forms/choose-friendship-mcc-manitoba. For questions or more information, contact Simone at 204-261-6381 or SimoneThiessen@mccmb.ca

Sign up for the 18th Annual MCC Manitoba Golf Tournament today! Join us for a day of golf, prizes and dinner on September 9th to support families impacted by the Beirut explosion. Register here or at mccmb.ca/golf.

MCC is hiring! We’re looking for a Digital Content Coordinator, an Engagement & Stewardship Coordinator and a Stewardship & Material Resources Associate. To learn more, visit mccmb.ca/Openings

Jubilee Mennonite Church has helped many refugee families come to Canada and has found long-lasting friendships with three generations of Abdul Hussins’s family. After an anxious arrival, both groups were able to meet together at last. Read the full story here.

Connecting urban supporters with farmers through Grow Hope

Meet Wendy Friesen (left) and Kyle Friesen! Wendy is the landowner of H&M Farms’ Grow Hope field located near Altona, Man. She offers the land rent-free to local farmer Kyle, who also happens to be her son. Wendy recently shared with MCC her personal farming experiences and interest in Grow Hope. Read about why Wendy is involved with Grow Hope and what she hopes others will take away from her experience.

Threads: Kapabamayak Achaak Healing Forest in Winnipeg

  • Join Kyle Rudge and Keepers of the Forest, Val Vint, Lee Anne Block and Kerry Saner-Harvey for a commemorative conversation about the Kapabamayak Achaak Healing Forest. This space is a place to reflect and learn about the history of residential schools and work towards right relationships, truth and reconciliation.Listen to the episode.