Mennonite Church Manitoba Update

Mennonite Church Manitoba Update

UPDATED: Thank Water Protectors Special Service: Sunday, August 22, 2PM
Join Hope Mennonite’s Justice Team in one of three simultaneous services as we give gratitude to Water Protectors who are defending waters and wild rice beds in Minnesota from the Line 3 pipeline expansion.  Each service will include prayers, songs, a scripture reading, and actions:

  1. TD Bank in Winnipeg (648 Notre Dame Ave) to connect with those funding fossil fuel expansion in the midst of a climate crisis.  Contact Allegra or Steve.  See the facebook event here, including details about the nonviolent direct action involved
  2. The Enbridge Line 3 Pumping Station at Gretna Manitoba, our own Manitoba part of Line 3, where we will plant seeds of change.  Contact Chris and Carolyn.  See the facebook event here.
  3. Zoom.  Join the Zoom Service to show your gratitude for – and support of – those protecting water and wild rice beds.  Contact Kirsten or Lisa.  See the facebook event here.

Springfield Heights Mennonite podcast interviews Rick Neufeld

Jose Luis Moraga, pastor at Springfield Heights Mennonite Church, interviewed Rick Neufeld for their congregation’s podcast. Learn more about MCM’s Director of Leadership Ministries through Jose Luis’ disarming interviewing.
Listen to the episode here

Pastoral Transition

Rachel Siemens has concluded her ministry at Carman Mennonite Church as of the end of July. We wish her wisdom, peace, and joy as she discerns future ministry, and for Carman Mennonite as they discern pastoral needs going forward.

Steinbach Mennonite Church is hiring an Associate Pastor of Children and Youth Ministry. This position will begin as soon as a successful candidate is found and could be anywhere between .5 FTE and 1.0 FTE depending on the candidate’s availability and specific skills. We are looking for an energetic and outgoing person able to cultivate relationships with SMC’s children and youth, their families and build community beyond the SMC congregation.
If you or someone you know is interested, please send your resume and cover letter to For more information, please visit

Do you know a university student who is still deciding where to live in Winnipeg this fall?  Emmaus House has two openings for the 2021/22 Academic year. It is a place that immediately feels like home and where you’ll find good food, friends, and lots of laughter. Great walking access to U of W and bussing to U of M. or call 204-272-9191 and ask for Rod or Susan.