“Our mission is to bring the gospel of Jesus to every place of society,” says Scott Street MB Church lead pastor Jurgen Rausch. “A segment of society listens to radio,…
Scott St. MB
present tense: a Mennonite spirituality
Author: Gordon Houser
A gentle and personal book, present tense covers eight main distinctives Gordon Houser sees as characterizing Mennonite spirituality: practice, patience, peace, politics, play, prayer, perfection, and presence. The book offers practical reflections on how these eight characteristics have been carried out by Mennonites, and how readers might observe them in their own lives.
On the heels of Canada’s record-breaking 14 gold medals at the 2010 Olympic Games, Scott Street MB Church, St. Catharines, Ont., held its own winter competition during spring break, March 15–19, 2010. Unit #9, an empty apartment available for community organizations at 10 Old Pine Trail, was the centre of activity. Many of the residents at the 80-unit housing complex run by Niagara Regional Housing are recent immigrants, single parents, or unemployed.
Prayers for passersby; Outside church walls
Fifty-two cyclists – and two young passengers – from Fairview, Gateway, and Scott St. MB churchs in St. Catherines, Ont., rode a combined distance of 1,764 kilometres in a bike rally to raise funds for special projects.
Fifty years in the same branch of work is something to celebrate, and a long career in church ministry is especially notable. For Portage Avenue Church, Winnipeg, the Apr. 13 service was a chance to acknowledge the commitment of one of its long-time leaders.
Introducing Erika Klassen, Sabrina Wiens, Nathan Toews, Cory Seibel, Beatrice Kalaki, Albert C. Lobe
Introducing Isaak Eitzen, Ingrid Reichard, Jeff Bucknam
Farewell to Victor Kliewer, Mike Reimer, Bill Lothian, Hugo Reimer