After a successful first year, Mennonite Disaster Service Canada has announced a new round of funding from the Spirit of MDS Fund.
Congregations across Mennonite Church Canada have matched a $50,000 donation made by MC Canada to a Mennonite World Conference COVID-19 relief fund.
Mennonite Brethren participants addressed how to hold a position opposing Medical Assistance in Dying, yet offer a pastoral presence in a culture that says yes to it, in a Nov. 24 Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary webinar titled “Navigating MAID.”
John Fumana of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Bruce Yoder of Canada have been appointed to work as a team leading Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission as executive coordinators.
Ancient cave drawings illustrate that artistic expression is endemic to humanity. And throughout history, artists have pushed boundaries and come into conflict with their communities.
Closing churches when the pandemic hit was easy — nobody had a choice in the matter. What’s harder is reopening. That’s one of the things leaders of Canada’s four largest Mennonite conferences are finding as the country begins to emerge from lockdowns due to COVID-19.
For Mennonite Economic Development Associates, taking care of clients — and business in general — during the COVID-19 pandemic has meant providing new services in several countries, including Tanzania, Ethiopia and Myanmar.