Upcoming Events

Aug
21
Thu
all-day Sharing Our Stories: CANCELED
Sharing Our Stories: CANCELED
Aug 21 – Aug 24 all-day
Sorry to say that this event has been canceled. Please contact Brander McDonald at branderbearmcdonald@gmail.com if you would like to know about upcoming Indigenous Relations events.      
Sep
23
Tue
1:00 pm CCCC Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN... @ Langley Mennonite Fellowship
CCCC Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN... @ Langley Mennonite Fellowship
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
CCCC (Canadian Council of Christian Charities) Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN RESOURCE” This seminar will cover: The Hiring Process How do I write a job description? What can I ask in an interview? What are[...]
6:30 pm CCCC Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST I... @ Langley Mennonite Fellowship
CCCC Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST I... @ Langley Mennonite Fellowship
Sep 23 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
CCCC (Canadian Council of Christian Charities) Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST IMPORTANT RELATIONSHIP This session will cover: Ideal Christian relationships and the pressures which could damage them Four foundational biblical principles From the perspectives of both[...]
Sep
24
Wed
1:00 pm CCCC Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN... @ Broadmoor Baptist Church
CCCC Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN... @ Broadmoor Baptist Church
Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
CCCC (Canadian Council of Christian Charities) Seminar: MORE THAN A “HUMAN RESOURCE” This seminar will cover: The Hiring Process How do I write a job description? What can I ask in an interview? What are[...]
6:30 pm CCCC Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST I... @ Broadmoor Baptist Church
CCCC Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST I... @ Broadmoor Baptist Church
Sep 24 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
CCCC (Canadian Council of Christian Charities) Seminar: THE BOARD’S MOST IMPORTANT RELATIONSHIP This session will cover: Ideal Christian relationships and the pressures which could damage them Four foundational biblical principles From the perspectives of both[...]

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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.


Intergenerational Eden

Intergenerational Eden

Written by Aften Thiessen. One of Eden Mennonite Church’s main objectives is to foster fellowship and relationships among its congregants – especially across generational lines. It’s so important to them in fact that they plan three large events every year with the...
My Sabbatical

My Sabbatical

Written by Garry Janzen. I like our new MCBC “Sabbatical Good Practices” document that was introduced by our Church Health Committee in February at our Annual Meeting.  It is not a “policy,” nor is it a set of “guidelines,” but a set of ideas for good practices.  See...
Stó:lo, Sacredness and Salmon

Stó:lo, Sacredness and Salmon

Mennonites & First Nations Dialogue at Former Residential School Story and photo by Amy Dueckman. The former St. Mary’s Indian Residential School drew together 50 Fraser Valley Mennonites on May 10, 2014 to hear stories of history and culture by the Stó:lō First...
Camp Squeah – Building Leaders

Camp Squeah – Building Leaders

Written by Angelika Dawson. Summer is nearly upon us and soon your children will be heading up to Camp Squeah for a week of fun, friendship, and faith-building. What is also “built” at Squeah each summer is leaders – young adults who give their time and talents and...
Whose Land Is It Anyway?

Whose Land Is It Anyway?

Written by Lydia Cruttwell, on behalf of the Faith & Life Committee. As Tim Kuepfer said at the MCBC AGM this February, we’re ‘the committee that doesn’t do anything’.  That is, we don’t produce conferences or workshops or resources – rather, we try to give ‘sober...
LEAD & AGM Reflections

LEAD & AGM Reflections

Written by Garry Janzen. I appreciated that our LEAD Conference speaker, Rick Faw of A Rocha, gave some personal examples of his practical actions to care for creation, such as using a handkerchief. He did not push his personal sense of what to do on the participants...