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MB Churches of Manitoba Assembly 2014 Photo Gallery

by CCMBC Communications

The Mennonite Brethren churches in Manitoba gathered March 7-8, 2014 for Assembly 2014 at Eastview Community Churchin Winnipeg.

Delegates were invited to participate in a conversation about discipleship, guided by four presenters who offered their perspectives and insights on how to encourage and equip disciples for Christ.

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Church Talks presenter Harold Jantz discusses best practices in senior's ministry. Photo by Carson Samson
Sara Jane Schmidt of River East MB Church, Winnipeg, addresses delegates during an open mic discussion about best practices in church ministry. Photo by Carson Samson
Keynote speaker Randy Friesen, general director of MB Mission, opens Assembly 2014 with an address entitled "Jesus is Lord." "When is the last time you experienced the awesome awareness of the holiness of God?" asked Friesen. "That's what happens when the church truly comes under the lordship of Jesus." Photo by Carson Samson
Church Talks presenter Ruth Schellenberg, from Fort Garry MB, Winnipeg, discusses best practices in children's ministry. Photo by Carson Samson
Eastview Community Church worship pastor Steve Dick (l) leads worship on Saturday morning. Photo by Carson Samson
Marge Warkentin (l) and Chris Klassen from La Salle (Man.) Community Fellowship share stories during coffee break at Assembly 2014. Photo by Gladys Terichow
Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg, president Fred Pauls addresses delegates on Friday night: "At MBCI, we're thankful for the opportunity to proclaim the lordship of Christ everyday." Photo by Carson Samson
C2C Network Manitoba regional director Ewald Unruh discusses his priorities for 2014, which include supporting current ministry projects, finding new church planters and launching a new immigrant church network. Photo by Carson Samson
Church Talks presenter Dave Easton, from The Meeting Place, Winnipeg, discusses best practices in youth ministry. Photo by Carson Samson
Instructors and students from Patal Vocational School serve delegates during Manitoba's Assembly 2014. Patal offers culinary training to those who otherwise may not be able to find employment, and currently uses the kitchen facilities at One88, a ministry of Eastview Community Church. Photo by Carson Samson
MBCI student Gabe shares his testimony at Assembly 2014. Photo by Carson Samson
Jedidiah Carpentier of Friends Community Church, Carman, and Gerald Hildebrand of McIvor Ave. MB Church, Winnipeg. Photo by Gladys Terichow
Delegates at Assembly 2014 consider how the church can best inspire and equip people of all ages - children, youth, adults and seniors - to be passionate disciples of Jesus. Photo by Carson Samson
Gerald Dyck, family life pastor at Westside Community Church, discusses his approach to adult ministry in order to nurture and equip disciples of Christ. Photo by Carson Samson
Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba executive director Elton DaSilva welcomes delegates and guests to Assembly 2014. "We have a very wise, Spirit-led board here in Manitoba. Together, we discerned that this is not the time to build anything new. Now is the time to resource the local church for mission," says DaSilva. Photo by Carson Samson
Host church Eastview Community pastor Delbert Enns welcomes delegates and guests to Assembly 2014, saying, "I pray you will be empowered over these next days to be changed." Photo by Carson Samson
Students from Canadian Mennonite University, under the direction of professor Christine Longhurst, lead Friday night worship. Photo by Carson Samson
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