|November 11||Christian Peacemaker’s Team
Swords into Plowshares (Isaiah 36:1-3,13-20;37:1-7; 2:1-4 Matthew 5:14)
|November 18||Micah (Micah 5:2-5a; 6:6-8 Matthew 9:13)||Susan Allison-Jones|
|November 25||Jeremiah's Temple Sermon (Jeremiah 1:4-10;7:1-11 Matthew 21:12-13)||Susan Allison-Jones|
|November 11||Christian Peacemaker’s Team||Rachelle Friesen|
|November 18||Annual Meeting|
|November 25||Creation Care||Susan Allison-Jones|
|November 12||Mindful Movements||6:30 p. m.|
|November 18||Annual Meeting & Pozza Lunch||11:00 a. m.|
|November 20||Girls Club||7:00 p. m.|
|November 26||Mindfull Movement||6:30 p. m.|
|November 27||Kitchen Table||12:00 noon|
|November 29||Gathering Worship Band||7:30 p. m.|
|December 8||Chrisstmas Breakfast||8:30 a. m.|
Will be held at 8.30 a. m. at the Schmidtsville Restaurant, Wellesley, on Saturday, December 8th . A sign-up sheet will be placed on the bulletin board. Cost: $13.00 each and includes gratuity.
Hidden Acres thanks us for our donation to the Single Moms Camp. The children enjoyed a camp experience while the moms met with other moms in similar situations. Our contribution was greatly appreciated and vital to the program’s success. Our dollars supported one mother and her children to attend the camp.
Plan to join Susan at “Aging as Natural Monastery:Spirituality in Later L ife” on Thursday, November 15 at 4 p.m. at Steinmann’s. A light supper will be served at 5. Cost: $20 at the door. To reserve your spot sign the sheet on the bulletin board or call Steinmann Church by November 9. If you are interested in attending the Friday seminar “Spirituality, Aging & Narrative: The Sacred Art of Story Listening” talk to Susan.
We grieve with those who have lost loved ones, been injured or traumatized by this act of intolerable violence. We lament the loss of personal safety this attack signals for Jews worldwide, and especially in Pittsburgh. As people of faith, we are resolved to stand for the dignity and equality of all people, to combat prejudice, stereotyping and hatred in all its forms, and to work toward a peaceable society marked by compassion and goodwill. We invite the churches and faith communities in our area to join us in this important and ongoing mission.
9:00 a. m. to -3:00 p. m., November 10 at Forward Church, 55 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge
Attend the MCC Peace Conference, be inspired and learn how your partnership with MCC changes lives and communities around the world. For more info and to register, go to mcco.ca/peace-conference or call 519-745-8458 Cost is $20:00/person $10:00/student.
Our first concert of the season entitled, “Inspiration” is Saturday, November 10 at 7:30 p.m. – (St Matthew’s Lutheran – 54 Benton St, Kitchener) Music will include choral works by English composers on themes of inspiration and will feature collaborative pianist and 2017 Abner Martin Music Scholarship winner, Emily Rempel. Tickets are $20 per adult, $5 per child/student. They can be purchased from choristers, at the door and online at www.mennosingers.com.
Saturday, November 10, 7:00 p. m. at Steinmann Mennonite Church. Come to a fundraising evening of story and song for Hidden Acres, featuring music from Shane and Angela Wiebe. Tickets: $10, available by calling the camp 519-625-8602 or email. Freewill offering to support Single Moms ministry.
Plan to join Susan at “Aging as Natural Monastery:Spirituality in Later Life” on Thursday, November 15 at 4:00 p.m. at Steinmann’s. A light supper will be served at 5:00 p. m.
Cost: $20 at the door. To reserve your spot sign the sheet on the bulletin board or call Steinmann Church by November 9.
If you are interested in attending the Friday seminar “Spirituality, Aging & Narrative: The Sacred Art of Story Listening” talk to Susan.
SAWW is hosting a Mental Health Awareness Breakfast at Steinmann Mennonite Church Wed. Nov. 21 9 to-11:00 a. m., with Speaker Scott Founder, The Collateral Damage Project. Tickets – $30:00 are available through Eventbrite or call ICC at 519-662-3092. “Our work is not just about saving lives, it’s about helping people feel that their lives are worth living."
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Bring your own lunch and join us in the community room at 50 Kent St. Can't be there in person? Watch online! More info at mcco.ca/events .
Nov 6 - Stories from Central America and Haiti with Cesar Flores
Nov 20 - The Power of Restorative Justice with Ray and Vi Donovan
In the Atrium at 50 Kent St, November 16,17 and Dec 14,15 Check out the Marketplace featuring gourmet soup, handmade aprons, bags, comforters, items created by Indigenous artisans and more! Go to mcco.ca/marketplace for more information.
All are welcome to join us for the MEDA breakfast on Thursday, November 15 at 7:30 am at the Stone Crock Restaurant in St. Jacobs. We will hear from James and Michelle Herrle, the 5 th generation to farm the Herrle family land in St. Agatha. They will share about some of their challenges and achievements working in the agricultural sector, and how they have been intentional about setting goals that support community and the lives of others. Breakfast is $15 (cash or cheque). No RSVP required.
Saturday, November 17, 7:30 p. m. and Sun. Nov. 18, 3:00 p. m. Grebel’s UW Chamber Choir and the Grand Philharmonic Chamber Choir present a musical memorial to Matthew Shepard who was targeted for his sexuality and killed 20 years ago. Tickets are available at the door or online at www.uwaterloo.ca/grebel/shepard . $29. University of Waterloo Humanities Theatre. Note: This piece contains intense emotions and strong language.
December 1, 10 a.m.-4 p. m. Enjoy fair trade vendors, food, and music, with proceeds going to Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support! The event takes place at Conrad Grebel University College. For more info. find us on Facebook @MakeADifferenceMarket or email
Steinmann Mennonite Church Fellowship Hall. Area Mennonite Churches Joint Christmas Choir Concert featuring 5 church choirs, mass choir, instrumentalists and carol singing. Freewill offering for Rohingya Refugee Crisis, project of Mennonite Central Committee.
The Lions and Lioness Clubs’ 35th Tree of Light ceremony takes place on November 30 at 6:30 pm beside the Centennial Fountain. Proceeds are donated back to the community.
December 1, 10am-4pm. Enjoy fair trade vendors, food, and music, with proceeds going to Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support! The event takes place at Conrad Grebel University College. For more info find us on Facebook @MakeADifferenceMarket or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Steinmann Mennonite Church Fellowship Hall. Area Mennonite Churches Joint Christmas Choir Concert featuring 5 church choirs, mass choir, instrumentalists and carol singing. Freewill offering for Rohingya Refugee Crisis project of Mennonite Central Committee.
Menno Youth Singers Christmas Concert at Mannheim Mennonite Church, 1494 Bleams Road, Petersburg , on Friday, December 14, 2018 ~ 7 PM . Come join our choir in celebrating Christ's birth through song. It's a great event for youth to attend--there will be snacks!
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