March 7-9, 2014
with John L. Bell
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a Vision ....
Centred and Sent..."
was adopted at the February 2006
as the vision for our area church
Church Saskatchewan (MCSask)
is 32 churches
with 3201 members,
build up Christ's body and serve God's kingdom here and around
promote spiritual growth and unity of spirit among the members
of the Conference and
perpetuate our common Mennonite faith as a witness to the world.
meet together to worship and discern God's will,
in delegate sessions,
celebrating in Songfests or studying in pastors'
or Bible conferences. Our shared ministries include:
youth organization (SMYO), camps and school (RJC)
and support services for congregations and pastors through the
Pastoral Leadership and Christian Education Commissions, the Conference
Minister and Youth Minister
and witness ministries such as P2P
(Person to Person), nursing
homes and other
Ministries Commission and Women in Mission initiatives
(Note that this is not an exhaustive list.)
Starter Kit for 'Doing the
on MC Sask Covenant
Church Saskatchewan partners
with other area conferences
to form Mennonite Church Canada,
and with other national churches
to form the Mennonite
Mennonite Church Saskatchewan
is grateful for the donations
from individuals and churches
who support our work.
For your convenience we are now able
to accept Pre-authorized Debit.
Please contact the office for further information.
Area Church Minister
Area Church Youth Minister
Office and Financial
Coffee order form coming soon!
Commonly Used Acronyms
Lutheran-Mennonite Study Guide
Support Group GLBTQ
MC Sask Documents
Annual Delegate Session Report Booklet 2013
Consultation Report Fall 2011
Congregational Leaders Handbook
Safe Church Policy February 2012
Vibrant Rural Church Report
Vibrant Rural Church Discussion Guide
for Rural Community Leadership and Ministry
by the Pastoral Leadership Commission and distributed at the Pastor's
Gathering. Congregations wishing to work further on sexuality questions
to use this guide. This is primarily a description of helpful process
listing of readily available Mennonite resources.
Seed Study Guide
The introduction to this 2004 study guide explained:
We want to use this as a resource for reaffirming our common
faith, for exploring further ways to apply this faith in our current
contexts, and for opening ourselves to Gods call for us as
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