Kathy G Leadership Report for 2017 MCM Gathering from Mennonite Church Manitoba on Vimeo.
MCM owns and operates Camps with Meaning which runs three camp sites: Camp Assiniboia, Camp Moose Lake and Camp Koinonia. Camp started this spring with a number of weeks of “ADV” camp: camp for adults with disabilities. Summer children’s camp … Continue reading
See below for more information on this event. Building Bridges is an annual educational event co-sponsored by Mennonite Church Manitoba and Mennonite Church Canada. Each year a teacher or two is invited to reflect on specific issues that challenge settler … Continue reading
The Song-a-thon took place April 16! We figure it was a grand success! Visit the Songathon page to access the whole livestreamed event: 8 hours worth!! Consider making a donation online via the Canada Helps system. It’s all here: www.campswithmeaning.org/songathon … Continue reading
The Partnership Circle program began in 2004. Its purpose is to build relationships between northern indigenous and southern settler churches through the sharing of gifts, knowledge, and friendship. The Partnership Circle is comprised of several smaller “ministry circles” where two … Continue reading
2016 MCM Youth Retreats invitation from Mennonite Church Manitoba on Vimeo. Contact Kathy Giesbrecht at Mennonite Church Manitoba for more info.
Chatting with Kathy Episode 18 from Mennonite Church Manitoba on Vimeo.
Celebrating the MCM YA Cloth Project from Mennonite Church Manitoba on Vimeo.
Marilyn Houser Hamm is a musician, teacher and lover of the Church. Writing music, leading congregational workshops on music in worship, editing hymnal and song collections (including the Mennonite World Conference Songbook, most recently) are all regular activities. Marilyn is … Continue reading
“There is an Indigenous Christianity that’s been hiding, that’s waiting to come out.” Bishop Mark MacDonald’s keynote address challenged us to interact with Indigenous peoples from this assumption. He challenged us to live into a robust reconciliation that moves beyond … Continue reading