MCA Priorities:   * Nurturing Connections     * Supporting Congregations    * Celebrating Faith in Action

"For we are what God has made us, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life." 

Ephesians 2:10

PIN October events

Dr. Munther Isaac (Bethlehem Bible College) is no stranger to any of us who have joined MCC and CMU learning tours in Palestine-Israel. A native Christian Palestinian from Bethlehem, Palestine, he brings a Palestinian Christian perspective on the 55+ year Israeli state occupation of Palestinian land and people, through a lens of peacebuilding.

Plus...Jack Sara, President of Bethlehem Bible College

You are invited to a time of conversation with Jack Sara, President of Bethlehem Bible College.  Come for stories and discussion about the challenges and hopes of the situation in Palestine-Israel.

2:30 pm on October 12 at the MCC Offices, 2946 32 St NE, Calgary

Mennonite Church Canada has a Witness partnership with BBC. The staff of BBC are also going to be coordinating a learning tour in May 2024:
Jack’s visit is being held in conjunction with a visit by Munther Isaac, Dean of BBC. Information about that visit is available on our MCA website,


ACWAB (A Common Word Alberta) is a legacy of Donna Entz's North Edmonton Ministries work, supporting events that are interfaith to bring together Muslims and Christians for understanding and friendship.  In the last two years, the planning committee has been focusing on the topic of our scriptural responsibility to act upon the TRC Calls to Action.  This year, we are excited that we will be in the care of an Indigenous Elder from the Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples to learn together, and dialogue together about what are called to do in the context of historic harm and current systemic injustices experienced by the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people.



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For Your Prayers

Please continue to pray for Werner and Joanne De Jong 

Mennonite Church Canada Witness Workers in Ethiopia!

Invitation to the De Jong's Support Network. 

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Continue to keep the people of Myanmar in your prayers as conflict there continues, forcing people to leave their homes. 

Pastor Leng Thang of the Calgary Chin Christian Church reports that many cities and villages are struggling with food shortages as the transportation links are being used by the military. Food prices have significantly increased. Internet lines have been cut creating communication challenges. Children haven’t been in school for two years, since the coup, and now idle youth are damaging their lives with drugs and alcohol. Some pastors are being tortured, arrested and some churches have been burned down. 

Please pray for the Chin people both those in Myanmar and those who have left their homes and families behind. Consider making a donation to meet the urgent needs of the Chin people.

As leaders within Mennonite Church Canada, we commit ourselves anew to working for climate justice and a sustainable future for all God’s creation and all God’s children. We commit to engaging deeply as a nationwide community of faith, inviting congregations and regional churches into discernment regarding the ways we as a church can respond to the climate crisis. 

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