Just a reminder if you would like a “jump” on the announcements each week they can be found at http://www.glenleamennite.wordpress.com by Friday morning each week.
The book group for Henri Nouwen’s book “Love Henri, Letters on the Spiritual Life,” will begin on Wednesday at 7:30 the church. We will be looking at pages 25-50 (ish). Books can be purchased at your favorite local book seller. If you do not have a book and want to check it out, please come!
Next week’s Scripture passages are Psalm 112: 1-9 and 1 Corinthians 2: 1-12
Our AGM will be February 4 at 9:00 am at the church.
Special Event: Ukraine Update
Thursday, February 2, 7:30 pm, 159 Henderson Hwy
Join Amela Puljek-Shank, MCC’s Area Director for Europe and the Middle East, at Sam’s Place for a discussion on the current situation in Ukraine and MCC’s efforts in the area.
Classical Guitar Concert with David Letkeman
Friday, February 10, 7:30 pm, 159 Henderson Hwy
Join us for a concert featuring classical guitarist David Letkeman in support of MCC Manitoba’s refugee resettlement efforts. $10 per ticket with limited availability. For more information visit http://mccmb.ca/classical-guitar-concert and call (204) 925-1910 to reserve tickets.
MCC Canada welcomes applications for Humanitarian Relief & Disaster Recovery Coordinator based in Winnipeg. Applications are accepted until February 3. For more information and to apply, please visit http://mccmb.ca/serve/humanitarian-relief-disaster-recovery-coordinator.
Ten Thousand Villages Henderson Hwy location welcomes applications for Assistant Store Manager. For more information about this position, visit http://www.tenthousandvillages.ca. To apply, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospective students (and their parents) – explore CMU through two upcoming opportunities: Friday, February 3 (a day to explore campus, learn about CMU programs, attend a class and interact with professors) and Friday, February 10 Outtatown Campus Visit Day (CMU’s unique, one or two-semester discipleship, travel, service and learning program). For information go to cmu.ca/campusvisit.
Join us on Wednesday, February 1 for a public lecture titled Talking Climate: Why Facts are Not Enough with CMU’s 2017 Scientist in Residence, Dr. Katharine
Hayhoe of Texas Tech University. Dr. Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist who studies climate change and was named to TIME magazine’s 2014 list of 100 Most Influential People in the World. More information at cmu.ca/sir.
On Wednesday, April 5 plan to attend “Gather. Give. Celebrate. Spring at CMU”, a celebrative evening in support of CMU. The evening will include awarding Christian Peacemaker Teams with the CMU PAX Award; recognizing the leadership of the Capital Campaign Cabinet in constructing Marpeck Commons; music by the CMU Singers; and input and reflection from faculty, alumni and students. More details to follow.