Mennonite Church Canada Update

Mennonite Church Canada Update

Join the Nationwide Virtual Choir for Mennonite Church Canada Gathering 2022. Instructions and files at Submissions welcome until Feb 13.

Mennonite Church Canada executive ministers issue statement on recent Freedom Rallies

Mennonite Church Canada and MC USA partner on prevention and accountability project The new resource will incorporate and build on existing procedures and policies used by both church bodies. Read the release:


If Canada is a settler colonial society, how does that shape Christian understanding and vocation? If dispossession is the fundamental breach of the Indigenous-settler relationship, what biblical resources can address that? Join Steve Heinrichs, director of Indigenous-Settler Relations, in a weekend retreat at Star of the North Retreat Centre in St. Albert, Alta., to discuss these important questions. Scholarships and bursuries available. Register:

Valentine’s Day Indigenous Women’s Memorial MarchPart of a 30-year long tradition, people in cities across Canada will gathering on Feb. 14 to remember missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG). We encourage our communities to pray for healing and justice, to read the Summary Report of the National Inquiry into MMIWG, and to join an in-person or online vigil/march on Valentine’s Day.