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Bruxy Cavey on Engaging New Missional Leaders.
Tuesday, January 14, 7:30 pm at The MeetingHouse in Oakville.
You are invited to hear Bruxy as he addresses the leaders of the Council of International Anabaptist Ministries on this critical and timely topic.  Concurrent sessions will continue throughout the day on Wednesday, January 15, from 9 am to 4 pm.  No meal provided.  Sessions are free and open to the public.  For more information contact

MC Canada Witness is our connection to the Council of International Anabaptist Ministries. Their annual conference is held in Ontario this year. For more information on CIM, please see the Mennonite World Conference website.


Please join MCEC women at the K-W Cluster Annual Winter Breakfast.

Saturday, February 1, 2020
9:00 a.m.
W-K Mennonite Church. 15 George St., Waterloo, ON

Speaker: Melissa Miller a Mennonite pastor, counselor and writer, who most recently wrote the Family Ties column for Canadian Mennonite.

Topic: The Spirituality of Letting Go

Tickets are $10.00 each Cash or (Cheques to: WKW Cluster)

Available until Jan 26 by email: KW Cluster

Thinking about seminary? Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary offers scholarships and need-based financial aid to help make your education affordable. Complete your admissions application now so you can be eligible to apply for merit-based scholarships by March 1 and ministry scholarships by April 1.

Understanding Anabaptist Approaches to Scripture: Feb. 12 – March 24. Join Loren Johns, Ph.D., in this six-week online AMBS short course to study how the early Anabaptists approached Scripture both similarly to and differently from Catholics and other Protestants, and to understand this in light of today. No grades, no papers! CEUs available. Sign up by Jan. 22 and save $50.

Professor of Pastoral Care and Director of Contextual Education position open. Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana, is hiring a full-time professor to start July 1, 2020. Preferred qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent; expertise in pastoral care; strong organizational, interpersonal, intercultural and communication skills; preparedness to oversee ministry placements and chaplaincy requirements; and the ability to inspire students in face-to-face and online learning environments.

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Interested in graduate studies in theology? The Master of Theological Studies program at Conrad Grebel University College is a two-year degree designed for those who may be exploring vocations of ministry and service, those preparing for further graduate studies, and those seeking personal enrichment. Application deadline is Feb 1, though late applications are welcome. You can contact the MTS department at

Become an agent of meaningful change at community, institutional, and systemic levels! Conrad Grebel University College’s 16-month Master of Peace and Conflict Studies program is a vibrant, interdisciplinary, professional program that seeks to empower students with the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to nonviolent peacebuilding. Applications will begin being reviewed February 1. Apply now!

Nunsense: The Musical! – Conrad Grebel, in partnership with Aha! Productions presents the off-broadway hit musical Nunsense as part of the Fill the Table campaign. All proceeds will be used for expanding the college kitchen and dining room space. February 20-23, 2020. $40 adult, $20 student. Order tickets now at