Welcome to River East Mennonite Brethren Church.
A Jesus community for the world.
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We are a place where:
- We long to be shaped, individually and collectively, as a people of God.
- We aim for honest encounter with God in our worship, where together our praises, longings, sorrows and challenges can be brought before God.
- We want to share the love of Christ as agents of reconciliation, reaching out to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of the surrounding community.
- We strive to value every person who walks through our doors… to support their gifts and abilities, to hear their voice as we make decisions, to rejoice with their greatest joys and to support them in their difficulties.
What do we believe?
River East MB Church is rooted in the Anabaptist/Mennonite faith, which, since its beginning, has emphasized following Jesus Christ in daily life, identification with and commitment to a local congregation and commitment to peace and service to others. The church is a member of the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.
What do we do?:
Sunday morning worship service brings us together weekly. We offer Sunday school for all ages, and all of us have the opportunity to participate in small groups, which meet regularly for friendship and support. We offer parenting seminars and operate a summer day camp program. Click here for more details about what we do here at River East on Sunday mornings.
Click here to learn more about our practice of Communion.
Mary Anne Isaak, Pastor
For me, being a pastor is a little like watercolor painting. The Scriptures fire my imagination of what the kingdom of God can look like in our congregation. Sketching out the picture comes through conversations and careful planning. more…
Aaron Thiessen, Youth Pastor
Several years ago I dragged a few of my friends to an avant-garde jazz concert. Having little exposure to the genre, they approached the evening with a fair amount of skepticism, and understandably so — the avant-garde has a reputation for being inaccessible, noisy, or just downright weird. more…
Julie Doerksen, Pastor
Menila Giesbrecht, Custodian
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Mary Anne Isaak
River East Day Camp