MCC Connects

MCC Connects: MCC Saskatchewan is looking to respond to a request put out by the OTC (Office of the Treaty Commissioner) and we need your help! As COVID-19 continues to impact communities in northern Saskatchewan, the need for masks becomes more urgent. If you are willing and able to sew, we ask that you join us in helping to meet …

Online Worship

During this period of time, due to COVID 19, we will be posting our services live on our Facebook Page. Grace Mennonite Church Regina. Please like and follow us. The service will start live at 9:55 am each Sunday. We hope you can join us for our live services until further notice.

MDS Update

MCC Connects: In a time of uncertainty and social distancing, we want to offer you a selection of educational and engaging resources. From prayers to recipes and cooking videos, from colouring pages to stories that give you a glimpse of life across the world, we hope you can find something just for you. Visit mcccanada.ca/resources-time-uncertainty-covid-19. To access a colouring page specifically suited for the Easter …

Letter to the Congregation

Dear Family of Grace Mennonite Church: I am writing this letter to you on Wednesday April 8, the eve of Maundy Thursday when we start the celebration of Easter.  On Maundy Thursday at 6 p.m. I encourage each of you to attend our virtual Grace Mennonite Church service on Facebook Live.  (This means without being in the actual physical company …

Letter to the Congregation

Dear Congregants of Grace Mennonite Church: I am writing to you at this difficult time during the Covid 19 Pandemic as both your Chair and as a Physician.  As you are all aware the church building is closed for the foreseeable future. We also cannot gather in large groups so meeting together is not possible. (I do acknowledge that the …

COVID 19 Update

Due to rising concerns regarding Covid 19. All church events & activities have been cancelled indefinitely; as well the church office is closed to the public.  We are sorry for any inconvenience but we want to not only protect you but ourselves as well. If there are any questions or concerns please feel free to contact either Dolores or Pastor …

Mission Update:

In the last week the rise of coronavirus in South Korea has changed affected millions of lives. Bock Ki Kim and Sook Kyoung Park, Witness workers in Chuncheon, write:   “In the last four to five days there was a public announcement that most public systems will be closed for one or two weeks. These include kindergarten, public libraries, public schools, universities …

MC Sask Website

It’s finally here! The new MC Sask Website is up and running!             Go to www.mcsask.ca and check it out!     More features still to come….keep watching.

Mission Report

Witness Worker Sook Kyoung Park spends four afternoons per week hosting students for several hours of conversation, activities & English practice at her home in Chuncheon, South Korea. Sook Kyoung models restorative practices in communication & helps the students practice skills of good communication. She uses education practices that focus on cooperation, which is in contrast to the relatively competitive nature of the school experience.   Prayer: Please pray that these students will carry …

Witness Workers Report

Witness worker on-demand for conflict-transformation presentations  During the first week of December, South Korea Witness worker Bock Ki Kim will do three presentations for groups of 300 teachers in several school districts. The presentations will be about restorative justice and conflict transformation in a school setting. Bock Ki asks for your prayers as he introduces these ideas and practices into schools that are …