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).
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Sept 27, 2020 Announcement
We will be starting in church services on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. Please read our guidelines below.
Aberdeen Mennonite Church
Indoor Worship Information Sheet
-- Just like most stores and other public places these days, hand sanitizer will be available at the door for your use on the way in and out.
-- When finding a seat, please allow for 2m space between you and anyone outside of your extended household bubble.
--If you cannot maintain 2m distance at any point, please wear a mask. Additionally, please wear a mask while singing - per the provincial places of worship guidelines. Once you are settled in your seat with 2m distance, masks are optional.
-- instead of passing around the offering plate, offerings can be placed in the plate as you walk by on your way in or out.
-- Upon the end of the service, head outside without delay in the foyer. This area of the church building represents the hardest place to maintain 2m distance.
--Services for the month of October will exclude Thanksgiving Sunday. This is to accommodate the constraints of a half-time pastor and the reality that inviting guest speakers should be approached with caution. Additionally, the number of extra numbers that may arise from family members attending on that holiday weekend is best avoided at this time.
-- Bring an open mind to church and grace for moments of inadequacy. Things may change as we do our best to create a worshipful environment for all members of the congregation.
"Where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them." (Matt 18:20)
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