Aberdeen Mennonite Church meets for worship every Sunday at 10:55 am; all are welcome. We observe communion service about six times per year, and all are welcome to participate - it is God who invites us to the table, not human beings.
Join us every Sunday morning from 10:00-10:45 for a discussion of the next Sunday's Bible readings.
-- World Day of Prayer (March) and other inter-church events with Catholic and Lutheran area congregations.
-- Borscht and pie supper in October, to which the whole Aberdeen community is warmly invited; proceeds go to Mennonite Disaster Service aand Mennonite Central Committee.
-- Cooperation with the Aberdeen Community Seniors activities.
-- Annual book studies (of comtemporary interests) and educational series (history, family dynamics, theology).
Aberdeen Mennonite Church
Aberdeen Mennonite Church Events
Prayer time 6:15 a.m. Monday mornings at the church - suspended until spring.
Due to concerns over the coronavirus RJC has postponed the Choirs & Cakes event scheduled for this Sunday. We are monitoring the situation closely and hope to host the event at a later date.
Coro Nova Spring Concert - March 28th - 7:00pm at Knox United Church. Growing from choral experiences in RJC, Sonrisa, and A Buncha Guys this new choir continues to sing in community. Please join us for an evening of song!
New RJC website now live! It is now possible for prospective students to apply online, it more convenient for supporters to make online donations, and easier to find information on school events. Visit us today at rjc.sk.ca.
It's not too late to register for the Mission in Perspective Course, Jan 9 - April 12. Mission in Perspective is a Master's-level course exploring our place in mission—historically and locally, as colonial empires, oppressed minorities, and places in between.Thursdays, 6:00 to 8:45 p.m., at the MC Sask office with instructor Josh Wallace. Presented by CMU & MC Sask. Go to www.mcsask.ca/registrations for more info.
MCC Connects: By supporting your local MCC Thrift Shop, you are making a difference in the lives of others both locally and globally. Your donation can have a huge impact on the life of someone else. The profits earned by your local MCC Thrift
Shop go to support the work of the Mennonite Central Committee. Donate. Volunteer. Support. For more information contact your nearest MCC Thrift Shop. Visit thrift.mcc.org to find a store near you.
MCC Connects: Remember to encourage those in your church and community who sew blankets for MCC. These blankets bring hope to thousands who are dealing with crises in their lives. Cheer the blanket makers on as they begin a new season of sewing!