And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:19

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Worship Resources for Congregations  

Guest Speakers

Many of our congregations continue to meet virtually via Zoom or live streaming. 

Zoom worship means that guest speakers can be invited to speak without the cost of travel and time.

 

The following persons are open to invitations to preach occasionally in our churches  -- Guest Speaker profiles 

 We welcome your further suggestions of potential speakers. Please send suggestions to communications@mcab.ca 

 

E3 Year Two Resources

Resources provided by  our own E3 Reference Group. 

 

Resources from Our Schools

Canadian Mennonite University

           CMU Portables. https://www.cmu.ca/community/portable

                  CMU Portables are 1-3 hour sessions with a CMU professor. Portables may be scheduled to fit a congregation's needs.

                       Contact: PortableCMU@cmu.ca

            Audio Recordings. Live on Manitoba radio stations with recordings available. https://media.cmu.ca/cat/audio/sundayatcmu/ 

Rosthern Junior College High School

            https://www.rjc.sk.ca/

           Contact:  office@rjc.sk.ca or alex.tiessen@rjc.sk.ca for more information

Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

            Contact:  https://www.ambs.edu/about/contact

           AMBS Faculty  Guest Speakers          

            Worship Resources 

            Recorded sermons 

  

Resources from our Nationwide Family of Faith

Meeting virtually has made it possible for speakers from other congregations and regions to join our worship services without travel time or cost. Some may request an honorarium.

Mennonite Church BC

     Online worship services https://mcbc.ca/resources/onlineservices

Mennonite Church SK 

     https://mcsask.ca/mcsaskworshipservices

     https://mcsask.ca/what-we-do/guest-speakers

Mennonite Church MB

     https://mennochurch.mb.ca/resources/worshipresources

Mennonite Church Eastern Canada  

     https://mcec.ca/leadership/guest-speakers


Meeting together

Joint Services

Joint services may take different forms.  For example, a joint service may have one pastor offering the sermon and the other church responsible for other aspects of the service.  Or a joint service may take place virtually via zoom with the intention to get to know each other. Sharing from congregational members could be prearranged. A joint service could include a commitment to pray explicitly for each other in subsequent services.

Congregations open to Joint Services

Springridge Mennonite

    Contact: springridgepastor@gmail.com 

 Foothills Mennonite

    Contact: connect@foothillsmennonite.ca