Services & Events
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Arrival: 9:45 A.M. Worship: 10:00 A.M. Church School: 11:30 A.M.
Worship & Study
Worship leading – Ingrid
John Neufeld … from House of Friendship – “C, Start, Send.”
Worship leading –Rudy
Worship leading – Rudy
Shelley Campagnola … from Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support
Worship leading – Rudy
Lay Committee … can be contacted via their email address … firstname.lastname@example.org, or, as always, individually by ‘phone or in person.
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May 16 – “Dutch Mennonites: From Saints to Citizens” … a Mennonite Heritage Club presentation … for details, click on poster.
May 26 – Fellowship meeting … at Griebelings … meet and greet from 7:15 .. meeting starts at 7:30.
June 5 – MMF women are invited … by the Erindale United Churhc Women … to their annual June dinner and social … an informal buffet style dinner … with a short worship time to start … and followed by guest speaker Cheryl Raycraft – RN who worked in a medical mission in Guatemala … starts at 6:00 pm … cost is $15.
Announcements from our Friends and Associates
From Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS)
Beginning May 2oth, volunteers are needed to participate in MDS rebuilding efforts in Williams Lake BC. For more information, or to volunteer, visit https://mds.mennonite.net … or phone 866-261-1274.
From Mennonite Church Canada (MC Canada)
MC Canada Indigenous-Settler Relations
NAIITS is an Indigenous Learning Community that hosts annual theological gatherings intended for young and older, pastors and activists. Mennonite Church Canada’s Indigenous-Settler Relations would like to help sponsor a group of women and men from across our nationwide church to attend this year’s symposium on “White Supremacy and Indigeneity,” June 7-9, 2018 @ Acadia Divinity College (Nova Scotia). Sponsorships will help cover the cost of registration and food. If you are interested, please email Steve Heinrichs for details (firstname.lastname@example.org).
From Conrad Grebel University College
July 30 to August 3 – Peace Camp … for youth in grades 6 to 8 … at Conrad Grebel … $210 registration … more info at uwaterloo.ca/grebel/peace-camp.
From Canadian Mennonite University
Thinking about a unique option for after high school? Outtatown is a unique, one or two-semester certificate program of CMU. It’s an incredible year for recent high school grads looking to travel, serve others, learn more about God and the world, make lifelong friends, and experience ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ adventure. Limited space is available so apply today! For more info: Outtatown.com