Announcements

From MMF …

May 15 … at 3 pm … Session 5 of group study … Episode 2 … Chapters 5 through 8 from the book “God Conversations: stories of how God speaks and what happens when you listen”.  Please feel free to join our group study even if you have not completed the reading as this information is not required to participate in the group discussion … based on these documents …

God Conversations Session 6 – Episode 3 – Apr 10 2022

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Meetings will be via ZOOM until COVID is sufficiently abated.  If you wish to participate, please eMail info@mississaugamennonite.com to request the ZOOM link.

From Mennonite Church Canada

Leaders of Mennonite Church Canada issue a call to join in climate-emergency response.  They highlight six initiatives that reflect our working commitments as a nationwide church arising from consultation with working groups and regional church boards across Mennonite Church Canada,  Read the press release and visit the Mennonite Church Canada webpages.

From Conrad Grebel University College (CGC)

May-12 – 15 – “Indigenous-Mennonite Encounters in Time and Place” at Conrad Grebel University College.  Pre-registration is open for this gathering offering stories and analyses of encounters and relationships between Indigenous peoples and Mennonite settlers from point of contact through to the present.  Visit the conference website for more information and to pre-register: https://uwaterloo.ca/indigenous-mennonite-encounters

 June 3 – 10:00am to 4:00 pm – “With Open Eyes & Open Hearts: Recognizing and living the journey of dying and death together” … The Spirituality and Aging Seminar with speaker Linda Hochstetler.   This hybrid event will be hosted at Conrad Grebel University College and via zoom. Visit the Spirituality and Aging Seminar webpage for registration details: grebel.ca/sa

Until August 19 – “Voices Together: a Celebration of Art and Music” features over a dozen works of art found in Voices Together, the new Mennonite hymnal.  More information at https://uwaterloo.ca/centre-peace-advancement/grebel-gallery