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Friday, June 24, 2022
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Des pertes incalculables

Un partenaire du MCC en Ukraine soutient les personnes déstabilisées par la guerre

Note sur le contenu : Cette histoire contient une brève description d’un mort-né.

Alors que des millions de civils continuent de fuir les ravages de l’invasion militaire russe en Ukraine, des fondations curatives telles que UMAN (Centre d’aide Uman), partenaire du MCC, travaillent sans relâche pour soutenir ceux qui ont laissé derrière eux tout ce qu’ils connaissent.

Volunteer and Youth Program Coordinator, MCCM: September 12, 2022

The Coordinator is responsible for training and preparing volunteer participants, specifically youth and young adults (aged 14 – 24), for the job market in a supportive working environment. The Coordinator is responsible for the Youth Employment Skills Program at Sam’s Place (MCC Manitoba), where participating youth are referred to as program participants.

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Sur un terrain instable

Comment le changement climatique complique la vie des agriculteurs en Bolivie

Après notre deuxième visite de la journée, nous avons pris le temps de nous asseoir, de manger et de discuter davantage avec les membres de la communauté Chucarasi de Norte de Potosí (Nord de Potosí), en Bolivie. Après un repas complet de pommes de terre et de légumes fraîchement cultivés, le bol rouge débordant de pêches constituait un dessert rafraîchissant et bienvenu. Elles étaient plus petites que celles auxquelles j’étais habitué, ayant grandi près d’une région de production de pêches dans le sud de l’Ontario, au Canada.

Guess who's coming for dinner | Video

You will hear from Moses Moini, MCC's migration and resettlement coordinator who will share about his role, what sponsoring a refugee can entail and the importance of "welcoming the stranger". Then, you will hear incredible stories from Reanna Teske and Nadeen al Zoubi and Khalil al Hamadi, a sponsor and sponsored couple, about their relationship and the joys and struggles of refugee sponsorship firsthand.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2022
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Friday, July 8, 2022
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Indigenous perspectives on relationships to the land

As we look for new ways to care for creation in light of our changing climate, Indigenous wisdom and perspectives have much to offer. We’ve put together this collection of books and videos created by Indigenous people to share their knowledge and perspectives on creation and the land. We hope you find wisdom and inspiration here as we work toward right relationship with God, one another and creation.

These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of MCC, nor does this list indicate MCC’s endorsement of these works or authors.

Director of Development - MCC Legacy Trust: September 5, 2022

MCC BC Legacy Trust is a group of companies which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mennonite Central Committee, British Columbia (MCC BC). We manage development lands and income-producing properties throughout BC with the designated purpose of generating ongoing revenue to support the world wide ministry of MCC.

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Furniture Repair Assistant - VG Furniture & Appliances: July 4, 2022

The MCCS Thrift Shop movement was started 50 years ago in Saskatchewan. MCCS Thrift Shops seek to be a friendly, caring presence in the community, showing value and respect to all. Practicing and promoting faithful stewardship and care for God’s creation and raising funds for MCC are also key components to the mission statement of the Thrift Shops.

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