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What Are You Waiting For?

This Advent we are asking the question, “What are you waiting for?” God, what are you waiting for? We need you to act! God, what are you waiting for? Maybe our repentance, or a step of faith or obedience? What … Continue reading

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One Another

Did you know there are a few dozen “one another” encouragements in the New Testament? “Welcome one another,” “be patient with one another,” “forgive one another,” “bear one another’s burdens,” “live in harmony with one another,” and more—all expressions of … Continue reading

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“Together we are a Church”

This Sunday is our fall kickoff! As of this Sunday we get back to our regular routine of Sunday School, Adult Sunday Study, Youth events, and other church programs. Join us on Sunday at 9:00 am for Morning Prayers, at … Continue reading

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Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel

Our summer worship series is focused on Paul’s letter to the Colossians, exploring “The Fullness of the Gospel.” Please join us in worshiping the Creator who reconciles all creation! Here are the four sermons preached by Pastor Michael Pahl in … Continue reading

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Reading the Bible with Jesus

How did Jesus read his Bible? It’s actually an odd question, since Jesus didn’t have a “Bible” like we do today. In Jesus’ day there was no such thing as a bound collection of written Scriptures in book form, let … Continue reading

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“On a journey with Jesus…”

“On a journey with Jesus…” It’s a phrase we hear often at Morden Mennonite Church, a way of describing who we are and what we’re about. It is, in fact, a phrase plucked from our mission statement as a church, … Continue reading

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Between Me & You

Join us Sunday mornings during Lent as we journey to the cross and empty tomb of Jesus together. This year’s Lenten theme is “Between Me & You,” a focus on biblical covenants culminating in the New Covenant promised in the … Continue reading

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