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Prayer Request
We are called to join our brothers and sisters in MC USA in prayer following the events that unfolded in their country yesterday. Glen Guyton, the executive director of Mennonite Church USA, has written a response to the attack on their Capitol yesterday and included this prayer:
Dear God, Grant us your peace this day.
Help us to be effective instruments of your peace as we live out our call.
Help us to love our neighbor and trust in your transforming power.
Grant us wisdom in conversations. Let us appreciate each and every one of your creations.
Watch over us and protect us in this time of uncertainty.
In Jesus’ name, Amen

Here is a link to Glen’s response to the attack on the Capitol:

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Camp Elim is inviting applications for the position of Executive Director, starting May 2021. This is a full time position, based at Camp Elim, 48 km south of Swift Current, SK on beautiful Lac Pelletier. More details available here


MC Sask's Ministries Commission invites you to join the next Treaty as Sacred Storytelling session on January 20 at 7pm EST (zoom). This series, hosted by MCEC,  has included Indigenous and Mennonite Settler voices, shining light on the history of broken covenants and illuminating pathways of hope to a more just future for all nations on this land. For details and to register go to


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Who We Are:

Mennonite Church Saskatchewan is a community of 26 Mennonite congregations across Saskatchewan who have convenanted together to be Christ Centred and Sent as we support each other in ministry, to do things together which we cannot do alone, to be Church together throughout the province, and to connect to the larger Mennonite Church in Canada and around the world.

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We Believe in Community

From young to old, we believe all have something to contribute.

God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to grow as communities of grace, joy, and peace, so that God's healing and hope flow through us to the world.

- Vision Statement of the Mennonite Church 

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MC Sask is a body of churches covenanted together to be Christ Centred and Sent. We are large and small, rural and urban, old and young, but most importantly, we are a family of believers learning together what it means to be disciples of Jesus Christ. Visit one of our churches today!

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Mennonite Church Eastern Canada is hosting an Online Story-Telling Series called Treaty as Sacred Covenant.
This series is centered on covenants made, broken and renewed. Both Indigenous and Mennonite Settler voices
will shine light on the history of broken covenants and illuminate pathways of hope to a more just future for all nations on this land.
Click on the image to see the stories that have been told thus far.
Following the completion of the story telling from Ontario, Walking the Path,
an ad hoc group of MCSask's Ministries Commission, will facilitate a conversation
based on the documentary prepared by Tasha Hubbard on the Colten Boushie/Gerald Stanley story.

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Youth Ministry

The youth ministry programming of MC Sask has two primary goals:

• Providing opportunities for youth to spend time together in a safe space, and
• Helping youth strengthen their faith and learn about the God who created and loves them.

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Level Ground Coffee Fundraiser

Through Level Ground Trading Co., funds are raised each year to help youth attend the two SMYO retreats, for large assemblies and trips, and scholarships. To date over $5,000 has been raised, and we are very grateful for this support!
Orders are welcome on an individual or congregational/corporate level.

We collect orders until we can complete a full order (usually in 1 or 2 weeks), and our order takes approximately 5 business days to arrive
No stock is kept on hand.

Online ordering available here: Online Coffee orders

View product list and pricing below, contact the MC Sask office ( 306-249-4844 ext 3) to place an order or find out more.

SMYO Coffee Order form

CommonWord is the national bookstore and resource centre
of Mennonite Church Canada and Canadian Mennonite University.
We serve the Mennonite and wider ecumenical church, the university community and the general public.
We hold the values of Anabaptism – community-building, peacemaking, and Christian discipleship
– and offer personal and congregational resources that inspire such faith.

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Our Office Team

Ryan Siemens

Executive Minister

Kirsten Hamm-Epp

Regional Minister

Josh Wallace

Church Engagement Minister

Marianne Siemens

Office & Financial Administrator

Mennonite Church Canada

Mennonite Church Canada is a covenanted partnership among:

MC Eastern Canada MC Manitoba MC Saskatchewan MC Alberta MC British Columbia

The overall mission of the partnership is the vision healing and hope statement:

God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ
and, by the power of the Holy Spirit,
to grow as communities
of grace, joy and peace
so that God's healing and hope
flow through us to the world.

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