News & Events
Please stay after the service for our potluck lunch and attend the congregational meeting where the business of the church will be transacted. Members and regular attenders all welcome.
If Canada is a settler colonial society, how does that shape discipleship? If dispossession is the fundamental injustice that needs repair, what Biblical resources do we have to address it?
The Cost of Colonialism: the Joy of Jubilee
February 7-9, 2020
Friday: 7pm – 9pm | Saturday: 9am – 4pm
Peace Church on 52nd, 659 East 52nd Ave, Vancouver, B.C.
Join Steve Heinrichs, Mennonite Church Canada’s direct of Indigenous – Settler Relations for 1-1/2 days of courageous conversation as we contemplate the practice of Jubilee. No cost, food provided everyone welcome. To confirm your presence, please email Lucia Eitzen at firstname.lastname@example.org. for schedule and details, see www.tinyurl.com/JoyofJubilee
Co-sponsored by the Vancouver Monthly Meeting (Quakers) Reconciliation Committee & Mennonite Church BC’s Indigenous Relations Working Group
Together with the Menno Simons Centre Alumni Committee, the PGIMF Social Committee is coordinating an informal afternoon celebration and tea on March 14th, 2020 to remember the many faces who have passed through the doors of the Menno Simons Centre as student residents, as residence coordinators, and a church attenders and members.
With a brief time of worship and singing, there will be some remembrances of the many residence coordinators, time for stories and speeches, a memory board or wall, and a public time to recognize the key people who envisioned the Menno Simons Cnetre and kept it going for so many years.
For more information, contact Nimaya on the MSC Alumni Committee or Diane or Chan on the PGIMF Social Comittee
We are hosting the Mennonite Church British Columbia (MCBC) Vancouver-area pastors’ lunch in the dining room of the Menno Simons Centre at 4000 West 11th Avenue on Tuesday, April 21st from noon to 1:30pm.
Read the article Many people, one church by Henry Neufeld published November 6, 2019 in Volume 23 Issue 21 of Canadian...
The Canadian Mennonite published an article by Henry Neufeld on Community: ‘The easiest way to live the Christian life’ on November 1, 2017....
Katie Doke Sawatsky found a home at our fellowship with her husband Glenn and son Leo for a couple of years before they moved to Regina. We're pleased to be remembered in her thoughts in this article in the Canadian Mennonite where she was a contributing writer. Read...
Rachel Bergen, Young Voices Co-Editor, interviewed PGIMF attender Victoria Pelletier for the June 17, 2015 issue of the Canadian Mennonite entitled, Where are the young board members? (5 tips from young Mennonites who serve on boards)....
Julianne Funk is a peacebuilder. The Wheaton doctoral grad, now teaching in Zurich, travels to Bosnia to work with the community there to help restore broken relationships and bring communities together that sometimes have no contact with each other despite hundreds...read more
Former Canadian Ambassador to Russia and Ukraine as well as Canadian Ambassador for Peace addressed a large crowd at Carleton University on September. His comments were prefaced by Canada's grand old man of nuclear disarmament and peacebuilding, Ernie Regehr. Mr....read more
Jim Fine, the Mennonite Central Commitee's outgoing program coordinator in Iraq, was interviewed by Terry MacLeod on CBC radio [Aug. 30, 2014] about life in Erbil.You can donate to the MCC's Iraq response fund to assist displaced...read more
Read the article ‘Taste and see that stuff is good’ by Thomas Bergen on November 6, 2019 in Volume 23 Issue 20 of Canadian Mennonite.
Read the article The purpose and joy of congregational singing by Henry Neufeld, published October 21, 2019 in a Special to Canadian Mennonite (web...
Watch the 27-minute movie about our congregation and share it with your friends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s08vMTMBUds
Read the Advent devotional of former Menno Simons Centre Residence Coordinator Kathryn Schmidt on her Goshen College blog post: Lord of Changes.