Encountering, Embracing, Embodying Christ
in life, in community, in the world

“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

Photo by Ruth Bergen Braun

Starting December 1, open the virtual “doors” each day on the MCA E3 Advent Calendar 

to reveal Advent thoughts, scriptures, and activities
along the theme of Encountering, Embracing, Embodying Christ…in Life.

How might we prepare to “encounter” anew Christ’s presence this Christmas?
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Includes Jon's Camp Valaqua presentation

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Pandemic and Anti-Racism

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Pastoral and Spiritual 

Who We Are

“Community” is what MCA is about! 

by Brenda Tiessen-Wiens, Moderator MCA

MCA is made up of 12 congregations that have committed to building community together. In community, we build a foundation for our identity and we find a place of belonging. In community, we draw on each other’s strengths and gifts to explore faith and pray, celebrate and mourn. We become enlivened, we practice generosity, and we share resources to do together what we can’t do alone.

Community is a place to ask the question, “And who is my neighbour?” and then to explore the nature and breadth of our neighbourhoods. The richness that we experience as members of a regional, nationwide, and global church is a taste of the Kingdom of God. 


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Mennonite Church Alberta is a community of twelve congregations.

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