The CCMBC communications team encourages and facilitates greater connection and understanding among the national and worldwide Mennonite Brethren fellowship by fostering community and telling stories of Mennonite Brethren through publications, social media, videos and resource development.
CCMBC’s website, www.mennonitebrethren.ca, is a source for information and resources available through the Canadian conference and is a place for up-to-date stories and news from the conference and Canadian MB churches.
Pray With Us. Prayer and praise items, compiled by CCMBC, focus on CCMBC’s ministries, the work of CCMBC partner organizations, and items that affect the MB community around the world. Follow us on Twitter to join us through regular prayer requests.
CCMBC interim executive director Steve Berg offers video updates, sharing news from recent meetings and inspiring stories from MB churches, staff and leaders across the country.
CCMBC supports the publication of four Canadian MB magazines
1. MB Herald
The MB Herald, a magazine published monthly, serves the MB community at large. Each issue tells stories of the people and churches in the Canadian MB family, offers theological insight into current issues, and shares news from MB churches, partners, and organizations nationally and globally. Subscriptions are available in print and electronically for members of MB churches.
The MB Herald Facebook page is also a lively space for conversation and up to the moment news. To stay in the loop during events and for instant news updates follow the MB Herald on Twitter and add your voice to the conversations.
If you have a story to tell, or your ministry has news to share, or you are interested in advertising opportunities in the print edition, contact the MB Herald by email or phone.
The MB Herald also provides an online job bank where ministry position openings can be posted.
3. Mennonite Historian
The Mennonite Historian is a quarterly, 8-to-12 page magazine telling the Mennonite story – past and present – since 1975. It is jointly published by the Centre for MB Studies (CCMBC) and the Mennonite Heritage Centre (MC Canada). It aims to stimulate research on Mennonite themes and to publish book reviews and articles of historical interest to the constituencies served by both archival centres.
Kindred Productions is a ministry of the Mennonite Brethren Churches in Canada and the U.S. that publishes and distributes resources unique to the Mennonite Brethren faith. Publications include: Bible translations, devotionals, Bible studies, Christian education curricula and historical books.