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The Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches is a community of about 250 diverse Mennonite Brethren (MB) congregations spread across Canada, united by Jesus Christ through our evangelical Anabaptist beliefs and values and by our mission to grow healthy churches, helping them reach their worlds.

Donations can also be made here for ICOMB.

 

 

We invite our readers to participate in the MB family through the pages of the MB Herald: “Converse” with members across Canada through the articles, stories, and letters; engage with messages from conference leaders and news from the boards; explore our theology and history; and celebrate life and change through transition announcements, obituaries, etc. MB Herald provides an important service to our churches across Canada; however, printing and shipping come at a cost. Please consider a yearly or monthly donation to show your appreciation for the work and expenses involved in producing a magazine. Tax receipts will be issued at the end of the year for your gift.

 

The Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies (CMBS) resources MB churches—their people and their leaders—for the mission of God that we share, providing archival and research services.

 

 

 

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C2C Network exists to be a catalyst for church planting and multiplication. Our movement is built on a solid trust and dependence upon the Spirit of God. We pray for workers, for finances, and for the appropriate locations and strategies, and God is answering those prayers! Use the link below to donate to new C2C Network MB church plants.

C2C Network exists to be a catalyst for church planting and multiplication. Our movement is built on a solid trust and dependence upon the Spirit of God. We pray for workers, for finances, and for the appropriate locations and strategies, and God is answering those prayers! Use the link below to donate to a specific C2C Network worker.

 

The Leadership Training Matching Grant (LTMG) is funded by CCMBC in partnership with the local church. The purpose of the grant is to: encourage people to enter ministry leadership training; encourage churches to actively discern those with potential for pastoral ministry, cross-cultural ministry, and/or professional Christian service and to remain connected to their students while they study, and; incentivize persistence through to graduation and into ministry.

Find more information on the grant here.