Mennonite Church Manitoba Update

Mennonite Church Manitoba Update

Prepare the Way! An Advent Celebration at Assiniboia

December 4, 2021. 1:00pm-4:00pm
Including: singing from Voices Together with Paul Dueck and his harp, Advent reflection time, Advent craft for all ages, time to enjoy camp – walk, tour, etc; Weihnachts Tütten (treat bags). Full vaccination and registration required. Donations will be gratefully accepted. Email Janet at jpeters@mennochurch.mb.ca or register online at campswithmeaning.org

Please be in prayer for the people of BC.

Intensive rainfall over the weekend has closed all major highways leading into and out of Vancouver and Fraser Valley, flooding in lower areas has meant evacuations for many people, other people have been stranded away from home because of impassable roads. MCBC has one church (Yarrow) in an evacuated area. Some other churches are dealing with flooding in basements and leaking roofs. From Ken Dueck, MCBC

Mennonite Church Manitoba invites applications for the full-time “Director of Mission Engagement” position. Visit the MCM website for job description. www.mennochurch.mb.ca/get-involved

Nov. 29th is United Nations Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. Please join the MCMPIN* along with others including folks from the Palestinian and Jewish communities at Vimy Ridge Park, 821 Preston Ave. Winnipeg, Nov. 28th Sunday, 12:00-12:30 until 1:30 pm.
Canada Stand Up for Palestinian Children’s Rights. We are asking the Canadian Government to appoint a Special Envoy to monitor and report on the situation of Palestinian children living in occupied Palestine pertaining to the standards of international law and UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, signed by both Israel and Canada.
(*Mennonite Church Manitoba Palestine-Israel Network)

Our Ministry Together as MCM – Video and Info

Michael Pahl reminds us why we are MCM, what we do together, and how you can be involved, in this short video. Feel free to share this Youtube Link, or download a version to share in your congregation at this link.
A pdf document version of this content is also available here.
All the above is also available on the MCM Website here.