Weekly worship service for September 6, 2020 Join Morden Mennonite Church in their homes and backyards this Sunday as they share their worship service with our nationwide community of faith. Drawing on lectionary texts for this Sunday, the service focuses on the relationship between “the law” and “love.” Through song and story, readings and meditation, may we be drawn afresh into Jesus’ way of love. Join us at https://www.mennonitechurch.ca/worshipservices. This will be the last weekly shared nationwide service for the time being. Thank you to all the congregations who shared their worship with us over these past few months.
Meet our Table Talk guest speakers: Gerald Gerbrandt President Emeritus of Canadian Mennonite University Gerald Gerbrandt lives in Winnipeg and will be a guest speaker at Mennonite Church Canada’s study conference Table Talk 2020: “Does the Church still have legs?” on October 24. He will present on worship in the Old Testament. Register for Mennonite Church Canada study conference on Oct. 24, 2020 .
Our latest interview Postures of trust: an interview with Tany Warkentin
Liaison to Ministry in Africa for Mennonite Church Canada Tany Warkentin shares in our latest interview about the relationships formed between our Canadian congregations and the Burkina Faso Church and ways congregations can learn more and become involved in International Witness ministry in Africa.
October 24, 2020 REGISTRATION OPEN www.mennonitechurch.ca/tabletalk2020 Join our nationwide community of faith as we gather virtually for “Table Talk: Does the Church Still have Legs?”, a virtual study conference on the nature and identity of the church and the role of worship. Plenary speakers from Mennonite Church Canada-affiliated universities and colleges will present on themes of ecclesiology and worship.
Help match Mennonite Church Canada’s donation to Mennonite World Conference’s COVID-19 relief fund! This spring Mennonite Church Canada donated $50,000 to MWC’s Global Church Sharing Fund to help our sister churches around the world who are struggling to meet basic needs due to pandemic-response measures in their countries. Now Mennonite Church Canada is asking its congregations to match this donation so that we collectively raise $100,000. Donations will go through regional churches. Click here for more info.