Peace & Friendship program
Located at the Tatamagouche Centre in Nova Scotia, the Peace & Friendship project raises awareness and enables healing through Peace & Friendship gatherings. Last year, MCC supported the construction of a traditional long house for ceremonial gatherings.
St. Stephen's University
SSU’s Reconciliation Studies Certificate program provides a rich and immersive experience in Indigenous history, culture, ceremony and values. MCC provides financial support for the practical land-based components of the curriculum and for the Indigenous elders who facilitate the program.
Kits and comforters
People from Petitcodiac Mennonite Church and the Church of Christ in Digby provide comforters and relief kits for those in need around the world. You can too!
MCC resources are designed to help you, your family, your class or congregation learn, pray and take action on issues that matter. With videos, readings, activities, toolkits and more, we hope you find something that encourages or nourishes you!
Nine simple ways your church can engage with MCC in Ontario — Connect with MCC today
MCC Ontario: Welcome the Stranger
Advocacy Toolkit (U.S.) — How to be an advocate
A Cry for Home
MCC Guide for Having Better Conversations on Divisive Issues
Peace by Peace: Meet the speakers — Take a look
MCC Manitoba: Welcome the Stranger
2023 Peace Sunday packet
Ep 23 - Water Walking transcript
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