May 5, 2019

Focus Statement: Faith and doubt go hand in hand…we walk by faith, not by sight.

Scripture passages: John 20:19-31

Children’s time: Lori and the kids did a bunch of really cool experiments that test our understanding of believing what we see and then talked about how important it was for Thomas to see Jesus again after he had risen from the dead.

Sermon slides/info: A doubt-full faith

Songs we sang:
The Lord is King HWB69
Will you come and follow me STS39
My faith has found a resting place STJ43
We walk by faith HWB570
My faith looks up to thee HWB565
Lead me, Lord HWB538

And, a few announcements…
Stay for a delicious lunch and exciting auction after church today! It’s a fundraiser for our refugee sponsorship fund. There are some fantastic items up for auction…quilts, plants, baking, gift cards, host a supper party, art, pottery, and more!

One of the initiatives decided during our goal setting for building community through social interaction, is to have coffee and tea and other, between Sunday School and the worship time. If you are interested in being on a rotating list to get this organized on a Sunday morning, please talk to Jenn Baerg. It takes about 30 minutes to complete and a small cream donation. If you can remember your travel mug please bring along. Cups will also be available.

Don’t forget to sign up for the “This Ground” event at Camp Assiniboia. Sign up sheet is on the bulletin board in the foyer. Talk to Rebecca if you have any questions or need more info.

Schools
The CMU Spring Scholarship Contest is open to all high school and post-secondary students who are new to CMU and who have not yet received a scholarship. Three winners will be randomly selected. Winners may select from three prize options. The contest closes May 15, 2019. See cmu.ca/scholarshipcontest.

CMU presents Emerging Perspectives on Ministry II with Diana Butler Bass – a resource gathering for pastors, ministry and lay leaders from diverse Christian communities. Tuesday, May 7 (afternoon), 12 ‘Ted Talk’ presentations from ministry practitioners, at CMU. Tuesday evening, free public lecture with Diana Butler Bass at UW (on her latest book, Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks). Wednesday, May 8 (morning) workshop with Diana Butler Bass at CMU. For details and registration see cmu.ca/emergingperspectives.

Attend The Future of Anabaptism as a Global Movement, a conference sponsored by Canadian Mennonite University and Providence University College & Theological Seminary, featuring keynote speaker Dr. John D. Roth of Goshen College. May 21-22 at CMU and Providence. See cmu.ca/events.

The Wider Church
Sign up for the weekly MCM and MC Canada email update. This is your best place to learn about what’s going on with your ministry through MC Manitoba and MC Canada. http://www.mennochurch.mb.ca/2019/01/sign-up-for-the-mcm-mc-canada-update/

WMSCI would like to announce the Annual General Meeting for the 2018 fiscal year, which will be taking place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 7 p.m., in the Heritage Room at Lindenwood Manor, 475 Lindenwood Drive East.

Mennonite Disaster Service Canada (MDS) has two exciting opportunities to repair or build new homes after disasters in Canada.
MDS: Westport, Newfoundland: MDS is building a house for a family of 5 who lost their home in a house fire in Westport, Nfld. The project begins on June 2 and will run till July 27, 2019. Weekly volunteers are invited to serve in up to two week blocks. If serving for two weeks MDS will reimburse the cost of travel. For scheduling call Lucille Toews at 866-261-1274 or email ltoews@mds.mennonite.net.
MDS: Grand Forks, BC: On May 10, 2018 a major flood hit Grand Forks, BC with much of the town engulfed in water. Beginning May 5, 2019 MDS will repair houses and possibly build new houses for those that flooded. MDS is scheduling weekly volunteers to serve for 1-3 weeks. Schedule your week(s) online or call 800-241-8111.

MCM will be inviting us to pray for each of our sister churches over the coming months. This Sunday we pray for Fort Garry Mennonite Fellowship who celebrated 50 years as a congregation last year. In its early years a “Covenant” was articulated that gave expression to some key commitments, including the notion of shared ministry (lay leadership) around a theology of the priesthood of all believers. In January a significant revision of the original Covenant was formally adopted. The fellowship continues to be active with refugee sponsorship, and in exploring new ways of offering children’s multi-age programming on Sunday mornings. A process of discerning four new lay ministers is underway and currently around 150 people attend each Sunday.

Mennonite Church Manitoba (MCM) invites applications for the new 0.5FTE Director of Church Engagement job position. Responsibilities will include: nurturing relationships with congregations and our Mennonite Church Canada International Witness workers; promoting and supporting the ministries of MCM; and developing relationships with donors. For more info, visit http://www.mennochurch.mb.ca or contact Ken Warkentin at 204-896-1616.

The Faith and Life Choirs invite you to their Spring Concerts: “Come Let Us Sing”. May 11, 2019 @ 7:00 pm. First Mennonite Church, Winnipeg; May 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm. Morden Mennonite Church, Morden, MB. A freewill offering will be received.

Day Away at Assiniboia for 55+: May 7th, 9 am–3 pm. Enjoy lunch and a day of hiking, fireplace conversations, music, games and more. $20. Call Linda at camp at 204-864-2159 ext. 104, or Jesse at the office at 204-895-2267 to reserve a spot.

Join us for Spring Fest! Come shake off the long winter at Spring Fest on May 24 and 25 in support of families whose lives have been disrupted by conflict and disaster. At Spring Fest, we’ll have our annual Quilt Show & Sale, Plant Sale, and BBQ all at 134 Plaza Drive. Plant Sale donations and volunteers welcome! Contact Bea Shantz at 204-261-4474, or manitoba@mccmb.ca. Find out more at mccmb.ca/SpringFest.

#ChurchToo Conference – This conference will tackle difficult and often-avoided questions, providing theological insights, practical guidelines, and personal stories. Pastors, ministry leaders, and members of the Christian community are warmly invited to join us for a time of learning together around a crucial topic. Find out more at mccmb.ca/ChurchToo.

Reconciliation in our watershed All are welcome to join a workshop presented by KAIROS Canada on renewing relationships with Indigenous Peoples and our local Manitoba watershed. The workshop will be held on May 11 at 134 Plaza Dr. in Winnipeg. Find out more by visiting mccmb.ca/Events.

This fall, join MCC on an eye-opening opportunity to hear from grassroots peacebuilders within the Palestinian and Israeli community. Dates are Nov. 1-13, 2019. Find out more by contacting Brad Reimer at 204-261-6381 or bradreimer@mccmb.ca.

Camps with Meaning Summer Camp Registration is open. Visit campswithmeaning.org to sign your children/grandchildren up for a great week at Camp Koinonia or Camp Assiniboia. You can also call the office for more info. 204-895-2267
We are in need of Head Cooks at both Assiniboia and Koinonia for the spring and summer months. For more information contact Matt Heide at campkoinoniamatt@gmail.com or David Hogue at assiniboia@campswithmeaning.org.

Shake: Rattled by the Radical, July 28- August 1, 2019 at Shekinah Summer Camp, SK – what you need to know! Cost: $375/person. Travel subsidies and sponsor discounts available before the early-bird registration deadline: April 26, 2019. Final registration deadline: May 31, 2019. Our days will include: Biblical reflection and storytelling, shared meals, activities and play, special guests, and more! Visit http://www.prairieyouth.ca for full details and registration.

Lindenwood Estates (495 Lindenwood Dr. E.) has a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom suite on the 2nd floor (F suite), available for lease re-assignment. The suite is 1050 sq. ft. The open house exclusively for sponsoring Church Members will be held on Saturday, May 4th from 12 – 2 p.m. There will be a 2nd open house on Wednesday, May 8th from 4 – 6 p.m. for the public. Offers will be read on May 13th. For further information please contact realtors Karen Girard-Smith at 204-232-7248 or Dave Watson at 204-782-1535.

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We are a small Mennonite Church located in Glenlea Manitoba. We have Sunday School beginning at 10:00 and our worship service starts at 11:00. Call two two six - seven five zero five if you have questions. email glenleadale (at) gmail (dot) com We are located here https://maps.google.ca/maps?ie=UTF8&cid=6449400202987910546&q=Glenlea+Mennonite+Church&iwloc=A&gl=CA&hl=en (sorry you will have to copy and paste this)
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