Sunday Morning Worship Service
10:00 am Worship Service
Children’s Church for ages 3 – Grade 8 during the last half of the service
11:00 am – Join us for coffee in the foyer after the service
11:15 am – Christian Formation for Adults
September – May
Children ages 3 – Grade 8 are welcome to join Children’s Church during the Worship Service and engage in singing, story and community building through play and activities.
June – August
Children come up for ‘Time with the Children’ and can enjoy a ‘quiet bag’ with books and activities as they remain in Worship with the congregation.
Through deepening encounters with the Bible – interpreted from an Anabaptist perspective – we seek to engage and nurture the hearts and minds of children youth and adults. We offer various faith-based options for Christian learning and continuing spiritual growth.
Sisters of Grace
Women are invited to meet after the worship service for Bible Study as well as to share stories of their faith journey.
Extending the Learning meets following the worship service to discuss the morning sermon, listen to resource people regarding relevant topics or spend time in prayer together.
Little Bits of Grace
Mothers, Fathers, Caregivers etc. with young children are invited to join us for a “Come and Go” monthly morning coffee.
Little Bits of Grace hosts two Sunday lunches each year for all families with children.
Kyle Penner will be planning the youth program.
Teenagers in grades 7-12 are invited to join us for retreats, community events, and service projects throughout the year. Contact the church for more information.
Creating New & Building On Old Friendships
Small Groups at Grace have been meeting for many years. The groups may vary from year to year and some may stay the same for many years. Most groups meet approximately one time per month.
Everyone is invited to join a group which usually restructures in the fall, however, if interested, you may join a group or form a new one at any time.
Small groups at Grace’ is open to everyone who is visiting and/or attending Grace. All are welcome!
If you would like to inquire or join a small group at Grace you may contact the Church.
Women's Coffee Time
ALL women from Grace are invited to a Women’s Coffee on the third Wednesday of each month in the lower auditorium of the church.
You are invited to Stories with Seniors Bible Study on the second Thursday of every month at 2:00 pm at the church.
Daniel and Damaris Loewen-Rudgers
Daniel and Damaris have been serving with MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) in Kenya since 2008 where Daniel is a pilot. He flies as well as helps to train arriving MAF-pilots. Much of the flying in the Kenya program takes Daniel to the remote areas of northern Kenya and other parts of East Africa. MAF transports relief supplies to refugee camps, flies doctors to remote villages or sometimes flies patients in and out of remote communities for medical attention. They bring more than just tools and supplies to a hurting world – they bring the Gospel of God’s love in a tangible way. You can learn more about their work in their latest newsletter.
Mike and Cheryl Nimz
Mike and Cheryl Nimz are working with Mennonite Church Canada as Witness Workers in the United Kingdom. Mike is serving with the Mennonite Centre Trust (MCT) in nurturing and resourcing groups in the emerging Anabaptist Network of Communities (ANC), part of the Anabaptist Network. He helps congregations and other communities who wish to learn from one another and from the Anabaptist tradition. Cheryl accompanies Mike and serves in various volunteer capacities. Mike and Cheryl create opportunities where people from all walks of life can engage in conversations about faith. Many times these conversations happen around a meal shared together in their home, with those who are “done” with church, but not with faith. Mike and Cheryl live in Birmingham.
The Connecting People Coordinator in Honduras with MCC has two areas of responsibility. The first is to oversee the young adults, ages 18 to 30, international exchange and service programs. These programs include Serving And Learning Together (SALT), Young Anabaptist Mennonites Exchange Network (YAMEN) and International Voluntary Exchange Program (IVEP). These programs offer people the opportunity to go to a different country to learn about their culture, their lives, the way they practice their faith, and to volunteer in a local humanitarian project. SALT allows North Americans to serve anywhere in the southern part of the world, whereas YAMEN is a south to south exchange and IVEP is a south to north exchange. The second part of the job is to conduct Learning Tours. If/when groups of people from churches, schools, universities, clubs, or anywhere for that matter, decide they would like to learn about a particular country – economics, politics, society, culture, local issues, community development – a tour will be organized for their preferred length of time, and focused on their particular interests.
John and Karen
John and Karen are working as MCC Country Representatives in the Middle East and are involved with relief, development and peacebuilding in the name of Christ. They serve together with their partners from the Coptic Orthodox Church, the Anglican Church and the Evangelical Coptic church. They accompany their church partners in the many needed ministries they have, providing water, education, health services, refugee support and assistance as well as prison ministries, trauma support and care for the orphaned and marginalized. John and Karen also have a great team of volunteers and National Staff all of whom they learn from, fellowship with and journey together in peace to love and serve.
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Steinbach, MB R5G 0K5
Tuesday - Friday
9:30 am - 1:30 pm