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Thank you for coming to this website... but since we've now changed our name to PEACE CHURCH ON 52ND, we've moved all our updates and announcements over to our new website at www.peacechurchon52.ca. Head on over there to learn more about us and see what we're up to!



Announcements

FUMC's 80th Anniversary Slideshow

Below is the link for the slideshow which we had playing during the lunch following our 80th Anniversary Service.

FUMC 80th Anniversary Slideshow

FUMC's 80th Anniversary -- "Remembering the Past, Building the Future"

Our 80th Anniversary Service for FUMC is next Sunday (October 29th) and we're excited to look back at FUMC's history, but also to look forward at what God might have for us in the coming years! We'll be celebrating communion together during the service, and having a potluck lunch together afterwards. The church will provide a special main course and dessert, but we'd like all of you to bring a salad (any kind you like) to share. Looking forward to celebrating, remembering, and dreaming together!

Pastoral Candidate -- Adam Back

After much hard work, prayer, and discernment by our Search Committee, they are pleased to announce that Adam Back is their recommended candidate for the full-time co-pastor postion.

To learn more about Adam, please download the attached information sheet (click the '1 attachment' link on the bottom right of this post). Adam will be guest preaching on November 5th, and a more detailed schedule of his candidacy process will be available on Sunday Oct 29th. May God guide us, and Adam, in this important decision!

Mennonite Church Canada Special Assembly -- Results

Delegates to the 2017 Special Assembly in Winnipeg charted a new course for Mennonite Church Canada with a 94% approval of the Covenant New restructuring proposal. The new structure revisions MC Canada as the covenant partnership created by the five nationwide Regional Churches. Working together, Regional Churches have been mandated to foster the health and vitality of local congregations, who are engaged in mission in their immediate neighbourhoods and around the world. While delegates celebrated a structure that has served them well in the past and grieved its passing, they also embraced the vision of a vibrant, nationwide Mennonite Church that is actively engaging our world with the peace of Jesus Christ. To learn more, visit futuredirectionsmc.ca, or download the Bulletin Insert or the Assembled News.