Weekly Newsletter

  Sunday Morning Worship

Live Stream for July 21, 2024

All other recorded services

Service @ 10:00am

Sunday - July 21
Guest Musician: Eduard Klassen (Paraguayan Harpist)

Kids Church for Ages 2 - Grade 2


Kid Zone @10:30


(July 17 - July 23, 2024)


  • Friday - Seniors Coffee @10:00am
  • Monday - Pickleball @7:00pm
  • Tuesday - Focus Partnership Bible Study @6 pm (Pembina Place apartments)
  • Wednesday - Pickleball @7:00pm (For enquiry: Bob Kroeker - uncccbob@gmail.com)



Summer Camp:
July 5 - Aug 16, 10am - 12 noon

Volunteers needed

For more info please contact intern@fgmb.ca


Scuba VBS:
August 19-23, 9:30am - 12 noon

Register on fgmb.ca

Volunteers needed

For more info please contact intern@fgmb.ca



Employment Opportunities


Community News


Simonhouse Bible Camp

Check out the 2024 camping schedule HERE and to read more about this amazing ministry.




Daily Prayer Guide




Melanie, a nurse from Kansas is discerning a long-term call. Navigating how to use her gifts and professional skill-set while adapting to culture is a challenging adventure. This season has provided an opportunity for Melanie to explore her identity in Christ as an ambassador of the Gospel and her call to support national workers in new ways.

Joanna’s assignment of entering into a language proficiency program at a university with students from numerous other countries has been an amazing opportunity. She is among people who are new in the country, learning culture, the local language, and discovering what it is like to be the newcomers in a foreign country. As Joanna grows in relationship with her new friends, she is finding opportunities to share the love of God and how Jesus is the one that gives her strength and comfort in complicated situations. It was so encouraging to learn that she has made many close friends who are curious about Jesus.


The TREK team was adjusting to cultural differences and being stretched in every aspect of life and discipleship. Each was growing in specific areas of their faith. We helped them set new goals as they anticipated the start of the school season, where they could serve the Kings Kids school, our major partner in Uganda. Their youthful enthusiasm was a joy to be around and we look forward to hearing how their time at the school has gone.

The Meeting Place Vision Trip – Church to church to church

Our home church’s mission committee met us in Thailand for a whirlwind vision trip tour of the first-generation church planting movement in Thailand. We were able to meet with four Thai churches in the Chachoengsao area, a Myanmar church movement in 5 different outreach locations in Mae Sot, 2 more church plants and a missional business, Naomi House, in Chiang Mai. Along the way Pastor Bank and Jeremy Penner were timely and instrumental resources helping our team understand Thai and Myanmar Buddhism and how the Gospel of Jesus is contextualized among their communities.

The vision trip was a success! We were all inspired to discern ongoing partnerships and to live out our salvation with new vigor in our home contexts. The passion, sacrifice, and intentionality with which our Thai and Myanmar brothers and sisters modeled is only comparable to the church we read about in Acts 1-3.

Thailand FOCUS retreat

Finally, Dave Sinclair-Peters joined Carol and I in facilitating a retreat for DJ and Rose Gerrie and their two girls, Kiana (3) and Jasmine (1). The Gerrie's assignment is in the concrete jungle of Bangkok among Myanmar immigrant workers. They are learning how to be dependent on the Holy Spirit and the Myanmar community as they navigate learning a new language and living in a different culture. The Gerrie’s are learning language and resiliency being a Christian family among Myanmar believers transitioning from Buddhism and a war-torn country. It was so good to worship, pray, process, and play together. Kiana and Jasmine love water, so we spent a lot of time near the ocean and pool at the retreat centre.

If you want to read more reports from Multiply, check here



CMU Bulletin Announcements

June 16, 2024

CMU Employment Opportunities – CMU invites inquiries and applications for a full-time Payroll and Benefits Administrator (both positions permanent, salaried with benefits). Other opportunities include Business and Social Work faculty positions. Visit cmu.ca/employment for information on all employment


MCC Manitoba Bulletin Announcements for June 30, 2024


Sponsor an acre of Manitoba farmland and provide essential food to displaced families across the world! Your sponsorship of Grow Hope acres in Manitoba can help distribute food to families in vulnerable circumstances and equip farmers with access to the tools and seeds they need for sustainable farming. For more information and to donate, visit mcc.org/manitoba/growhope


Explore the Transforming Relationships: Indigenous Art Gallery, featuring evocative artworks and powerful stories by Indigenous artists, including three from Manitoba. The gallery is part of MCC’s ongoing work towards reconciliation between Indigenous and settler peoples. See the gallery online at mcc.org/indigenous-art-gallery


Are you a parent, Sunday school teacher or VBS instructor looking for a summer lesson plan that teaches kids how to share God’s love with children around the world? Download the School Kit Challenge activity resource! It’s packed with ideas and instructions to transform the act of donating school supplies into a meaningful experience for kids of all ages. Plus, join MCC’s School Kit Challenge and help 24,000 kids around the world this summer. mcc.org/school-kit-challenge



Click HERE to read Assembly 2024 Report

If you want to read more eNews from MBCM, Click HERE



Download the MB Herald Digest Here



Winnipeg Mennonite School is searching for caring and capable individuals to fill important positions within our school. If you or someone you know would thrive in this position, learn more and apply online at mennoniteschool.ca/jobs.

  • Grade 1 Teacher (Katherine Friesen)
  • K-5 Music Teacher (Bedson)
  • 6-8 Band Teacher (Bedson)
  • Head Custodian/Maintenance (Katherine Friesen)
Thank you for being a part of our community. If you have any questions about our school, please email hello@mennoniteschool.ca.





Recovery of Hope is Hiring! Recovery of Hope Winnipeg is seeking a half time (21 hours/week) administrative assistant. The ideal candidate will provide support to the staff and counsellors through scheduling appointments, taking payment, offering client support, managing counsellor schedules, invoicing, billing, and helping to create an overall safe and caring environment for staff, counsellors, and clients. The administrative assistant will work as part of an administrative team. Previous administrative experience an asset. Starting wage: $19.76/hr.  Interested candidates can send a cover letter and resume to: kim.thiessen@recoveryofhope.ca

Greetings Fort Garry Mennonite Brethren Church,

It's always a great time to volunteer with MDS and there are opportunities for everyone! We are excited to have project openings through the spring and summer at traditional sites and Summer Youth Program weeks. Click here to see all the ways to volunteer with MDS.

Sign up for the Family Project!

Youth, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, family groups are all invited to participate in our Family Project! This is a great opportunity for the whole family to serve together! Our Family Project locations this summer include Sakanaga Camp, SC and Fraser Lake Camp, ON. See the calendar here to schedule your family for the South Carolina project and see the calendar here to schedule for the Ontario project.

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As I write these words, the cycle of violence and retaliation continues to deepen. It is almost impossible to say anything about that situation without angering someone somewhere, as was the case with the Reconciling response to war in the Middle Eaststatement we wrote in October 2023. And yet, we are called to respond, as a Global Communion, to this and many other terrible scenarios of war we see today. That is why we invite you, in this issue of Courier, to reflect on understanding biblical messages in terms of today’s realities.

César García is general Secretary of Mennonite World Conference. Originally from Colombia, he lives in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.





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