Friday October 16th Announcement Sheet from EZMC Office
Please remember the importance of the contact tracing sheets. We ask anyone who enters the church building to, record the relevant information on the sheet located just inside the mailbox lobby door and the office entry door. Please note when and where you were in the building and then use the disinfecting wipes provided to wipe all surfaces that were touched before leaving. Thank you for your help with this.
Register for in-person worship on Sunday morning by contacting Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 519-655-6824 by Friday evening. If Lisa is unable to take your call, please leave a message that includes your name and phone number. Your registration will then be confirmed either by email or phone.
Saturday October 17th NHMRS Online Fall Auction – New items added this week!
Check out the stunning quilts, vintage tractors, handmade crokinole boards and more. Register to bid today and help share God’s love through MCC as they respond to basic human needs and work for peace and justice. The catalogue can be viewed at nhmrs.com.
Friday October 23rd MCC Webinar Series: Journey of a Kit
Pack your (virtual) bags and learn how relief supplies generously donated to MCC travel across the globe and touch the lives of those in need. Register online at mcco.ca/mcc-webinar-series.
Empty Bowls for Haiti
Ontario potters donate the bowls, local restaurants and organizations donate the soup and you keep the bowl! The 2020 Empty Bowls for Haiti event has an alternative format this year. Here’s how it works:
· Purchase your ticket online to secure your uniquely potted bowl.
· Pick up your bowl at Dundee Pottery between October 17th and October 31st. You’ll be given a soup voucher to redeem at one of our participating restaurants.
· Visit one of the restaurants (either dine-in or take out) with your soup voucher to fill your bowl with delicious, warm soup. *
*Voucher valid until November 30, 2020. Dine-in options only available with additional food orders.
This event supports MCC Ontario and its commitment to sustainable change in Haiti.
Tickets will be available to purchase beginning September 1.
Go to MCCO website for more information.
Join the Online Screening of Jingle Dress – First Dance
Thursday November 5th, join filmmaker James Buffin, Jules Koostachin, and MCC’s Indigenous Neighbours team for an online screening of Jingle Dress – First Dance. This biographical film documents the healing journey of Jules Koostachin (Cree, Attawapiskat). Register at mcco.ca/events.
Saturday November 14th MCEC Fall Gathering
Hold the date. This is happening!! It will be a virtual meeting on Zoom from 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Come together to connect with your sisters and brothers across MCEC. Discover how God is moving in this pandemic times. What good/new thing has been made possible during Covid? – A time of listening, sharing and encouragement. Installation of Leah Reesor-Keller, MCEC Executive Minister, as she has begun her work this fall. Installation of Fanosie Legesse, International Mission Minister, who began his work this past spring.
Friday November 20th & Saturday November 21st
Becoming Peacemakers: MCC’s Virtual Peace Conference
Join MCC staff and friends as we discuss what it means to be a peacemaker, especially in the midst of a global pandemic and increasing racial tensions. This year’s Peace Conference will take place online. Register at mcco.ca/peace-conference.
Saturday November 21st at 8 p.m. EST MCC Centennial Celebration
You’re invited to gather with MCC across Canada to celebrate a century of relief, development and peace in the name of Christ. Join us for a time of storytelling, music, prayer and thanksgiving.
RSVP at mcccanada.ca/centennial-celebration.
Conrad Grebel University College’s Noon Hour Concert Series is going virtual for fall 2020! The pre-recorded concerts will be released at 12:30 p.m. on the Grebel YouTube channel on Wednesdays from now until November 25. https://uwaterloo.ca/music/events/noon-hour-concerts-home
Shop Niska Noël
This Christmas, celebrate this fairly traded, unforgettable work that supports more than 25 Indigenous Artisans living along the James Bay Coast in Ontario’s North East. Please contact Wendy at email@example.com to schedule your appointment Thursdays before Christmas at 50 Kent Ave. Meegwetch, and our thanks for supporting Niska this season.
Employment Opportunity at Rockway Mennonite Collegiate: Supply Teacher
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate invites applicants for the position of Supply Teacher (for Grades 7-12). Rockway is a dynamic Christian school of more than 270 students from many faith backgrounds and countries, that walks with students as they become responsible, reflective, compassionate and globally minded learners. Interested applicants should send their resumes to William Grobe, Vice-Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate welcomes applications for Term 2 starting on November 16th. All Rockway students are in person, everyday, all day and there are spaces in Grades 7-12. Connect with email@example.com for more information.