At least four Mennonite church members in Ontario are facing legal charges after their congregations held large in-person gatherings in December.
We have done violence to one another by using partisan political positions as a litmus test for Christian faithfulness.
Members of churches in many Mennonite World Conference national bodies are experiencing unemployment and hunger due to shortages of food and income. This has led to contributions that are below budget, reported chief operating officer Len Rempel in November to the MWC Executive Committee during a virtual meeting.
Following an extensive review, Multiply — the global mission organization of the Canadian and U.S. Mennonite Brethren Churches — has decided to release its president, Randy Friesen.
Anabaptist Disabilities Network and Discipleship Ministries of the Church of the Brethren will co-sponsor a free webinar with Amy Julia Becker, “Do We Want to Get Well? Healing What Divides Us,” Jan. 21.
A new children’s book by a Manitoba author and illustrator addresses racism through hockey and adoption.