Aquifers in the West Bank, Palestine, hold enough water to supply its inhabitants, but distribution is controlled by the Israeli government. Most of the water is directed toward the neighbouring nation of Israel and the Jewish settlements dotting the West Bank.
Canoe trip, anyone? Mennonite Church Canada Youth Assembly 2016 may have been cancelled due to low registration, but that hasn’t dampened the desire of the host Area Church, Mennonite Church Saskatchewan (MC Sask), to create a fun-filled, faith-forming get-together.
Conrad Stoesz, Mennonite Heritage Centre (MHC) Archivist, had the unique opportunity to serve as a judge at the first ever Hutterite Heritage Fair on May 20, 2016. The fair took place at Silverwinds Hutterite Colony near Sperling, Man.
This June, Mennonite Church Canada is honouring the first anniversary of the final Truth and Reconciliation Commission event with the release of a new three part video series exploring the TRC’s 94 Calls to Action.
You planned a party for 200 people with games geared for groups of 20. Food quantities have been tallied and overnight lodging arranged for guests who are coming from far away. And then you find out that only a handful of the invited guests are able to come.
For the first time ever, Mennonite Church Canada youth are preparing to actively participate in organized discussions and votes taking place during the national assembly – Assembly 2016, God~Faith~People, July 6-10, 2016 in Saskatoon, Sask.