Saanich Community Church is a small Anabaptist-evangelical Mennonite Brethren community just north of Victoria, B.C. We strive to be the type of neighbours Jesus speaks about in Luke 10 who…
Title: Family Matters
A book I’d gladly put in the hands of anyone in our church to acquire a better sense of how each person and congregation fits into the greater whole of the MB movement.
I recently attended a government-sponsored event that invited the church into a conversation regarding the role and function of faith in our intercultural Canadian society. What does the church have…
Profiled are Ken Peters, Terry Froese and Nelson Senft
Profiled are Reg Toews, Paul Loewen, Ken Peters, Jack Falk and the Alberta moderator
Killarney Park identifies itself as an intentionally intercultural church. This means, explained associate pastor David Chow, a young Canadian-born Chinese married to a Caucasian, that people of different ethnicities, generations and cultures come together under one roof to celebrate God together. Some 65–70 percent of those who attend (about 160 people) could be considered Anglo–Canadian, about 25 percent represent pan-Asian ethnicities, and other groups make up about five percent.