We are a Mennonite congregation. What does this mean?
As you can see, the Mennonites are quite a diverse group of people! For us at MMC, being Mennonite simply means living as followers of Jesus, our Lord and Saviour. In particular this means we are committed to Jesus’ teachings and example of faith and love toward greater peace and justice in our homes, our community, and around the world.
We are a Mennonite congregation in Morden, Manitoba. Where is this?
We are very much a part of our community: most of us live in Morden, and as a church we participate in and host community events throughout the year. For more information about the city of Morden, you can check out Morden’s Wikipedia page and official website.
We, as a Mennonite congregation in Morden, seek to express the reconciling and transforming love of God through Jesus Christ, being guided by the Holy Spirit to be a nurturing community of peace, witness, and service to one another and the world. This vision is expressed in seven values which we seek to live out as we walk on this journey with Jesus.
For more information about the history of Morden Mennonite Church, check out the church’s description at Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. For more information about our distinctive beliefs and practices, see the confession of faith of Mennonite Church Canada. Also, feel free to explore the links on the right of the page.