Previous town hall meetings were recorded and are available for viewing below, along with linked resources.
November 25, 2021
An opportunity for church members and leadership to engage in conversation around a new model of engagement for National Assembly meetings
The Collaborative Model invites us into a new way of decision-making. Older structures that are top-down, privilege some voices over others or allow for input mainly at the moment of decision-making need to be adjusted to better reflect our aspirational values and our desire to be a multi-generational, multicultural, healthy spiritual family.
November 16, 2020
An opportunity for church members and leadership to engage in conversation around our new bylaws.
Supporting Documents and Presentations
To help you process the proposed changes we have added several supporting and introductory documents together with draft 1 of the bylaws.
May 21, 2020
The COVID-19 limitations on the size of gatherings suddenly thrust the churches in Canada into the world of house church. This is a world that we know well from reading the New Testament and from our study of the Early Church, but one that most of us have not personally experienced. Join us for a conversation on how to make the most of the benefits that a house church offers and avoid the pitfalls that may come with it.
Ingrid Reichard – came to Christ and was formatively discipled in a house church and serves the MB Church of Canada as the national Faith & Life director.
For help on how to introduce the House Church option to your church contact your provincial conference office or ">Derek Parentau
Book – Spent Matches (Roy Moran)
Recent blog on introducing House Church in our context
March 20, 2020
What are the financial and insurance implications related to the COVID-19 pandemic? Hear from an insurance expert on ways to minimize the economic impact on the local church.
March 19, 2020
Being the Church in challenging times: Pastoring in a season of social distancing.
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