Upcoming Events

Apr
2
Thu
7:30 pm The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James
The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James
Apr 2 @ 7:30 pm
The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James | Abbotsford | British Columbia | Canada
GOOD FRIDAY BLUES SET TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CYRUS CENTRE Popular Worship Experience at House of James for 4th Consecutive Year   Abbotsford, BC –The Good Friday Blues Band is in rehearsals preparing for their[...]
Apr
3
Fri
7:30 pm The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James
The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James
Apr 3 @ 7:30 pm
The Good Friday Blues Set @ House of James | Abbotsford | British Columbia | Canada
GOOD FRIDAY BLUES SET TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CYRUS CENTRE Popular Worship Experience at House of James for 4th Consecutive Year   Abbotsford, BC –The Good Friday Blues Band is in rehearsals preparing for their[...]
Apr
11
Sat
9:00 am Life in the Neighbourhood (Vanco... @ First Untied Mennonite Church
Life in the Neighbourhood (Vanco... @ First Untied Mennonite Church
Apr 11 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Life in the Neighbourhood (Vancouver) @ First Untied Mennonite Church | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada
Please register by filling in the form below.The day is geared to helping begin a movement of neighbourhood churches across the city. Our belief is that there is a spiritual appetite among the people of[...]
9:00 am The Blanket Exercise @ Emmanuel Mennonite Church
The Blanket Exercise @ Emmanuel Mennonite Church
Apr 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Blanket Exercise @ Emmanuel Mennonite Church | Abbotsford | British Columbia | Canada
The Blanket Exercise is a workshop that explores the nation-to-nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. Blankets arranged on the floor represent land and participants are invited to step into the roles of[...]
Apr
18
Sat
all-day Camp Squeah Paddle-a-thon
Camp Squeah Paddle-a-thon
Apr 18 – Apr 19 all-day
Camp Squeah Paddle-a-thon
Please consider paddling or supporting a paddler in the April 18-19 2015 Camp Squeah paddle-a-thon, which raises bursary funds to assist summer volunteer students returning to post-secondary studies in the fall, after their summer labours[...]

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Mennonite Church British Columbia exists to help congregations be Missional, Vibrant & Healthy, and Connected.

Our Identity and Purpose

Mennonite Church British Columbia is a faith community of Christian churches with a passionate allegiance to Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Lord. Our purpose is to enable congregations to individually and collectively engage most fully in the mission of Christ.



Going Forward with New Imagination

Going Forward with New Imagination

Written by Garry Janzen. Photo: Delegates discuss different issues at February’s MCBC AGM. Photo by Amy Dueckman. A big thank you to MCBC for the gift of a sabbatical in the fall of 2014.  The three aspects of our sabbatical were: refreshing, learning and serving. ...
Annual Squeah Paddle-a-thon Makes an Impact

Annual Squeah Paddle-a-thon Makes an Impact

Written by Angelika Dawson. Photo: Elizabeth Hoock giving her camper Jayla a piggyback at Squeah this past summer. When the paddles hit the water of the mighty Fraser River in this year’s Squeah Paddle-a-thon, the participating paddlers will already have made an...
God, Mission and a People

God, Mission and a People

Written by April Yamasaki To read the Task Force report, please click here. Following consultation with MCBC and other area churches, Mennonite Church Canada called together a Future Directions Task Force to address two central questions: What is God’s Spirit calling...
How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers A Discussion About the Future of MCBC and MC Canada Summarized by Aften Thiessen At this past February’s MCBC AGM, delegates watched a video entitled, “How Wolves Change Rivers” (youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q). The point of the video was...
First Baptisms for Vietnamese Christian Church

First Baptisms for Vietnamese Christian Church

Written by Amy Dueckman. Photo of Pastor April Yamasaki, assisted by Pastor Ken Ha, baptizes Nicky Nguyen, while Ruth Ha at left looks on. Photo provided by Amy Dueckman    Sunday evening, November 2 was a special night for the Vietnamese Christian Church. Five young...
Being Loved and Loving: A Personal Reflection

Being Loved and Loving: A Personal Reflection

Written by Lydia Cruttwell. “How do you receive love?” This was the question that Jerry and Renee Ritskes posed to 50 or so Pastors, Spouses, and Pastoral Care Representatives at the MCBC Pastor/Spouse retreat this past October. It came at the end of a session on...