In order to adhere to governmental restrictions on large gatherings, and to support the well-being of our community, we have decided this event will be postponed while we investigate other options, including hosting a possible virtual event. Please check back for further details in the coming weeks.
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Are you a Service Provider for Low German Speaking Mennonites?
Would you like to enhance your cultural understanding, enabling you to provide high quality services?
Join us for a day of education, workshops, networking, case studies, lived experiences and self-reflection.
Enhance your understanding of Cultural Humility and gain awareness of the impact of power imbalances, privilege and personal biases on service delivery.
You will leave the day energized with practical, tangible and creative suggestions to create safe, respectful and welcoming spaces.
May 4, 2020
Bradley Street Church
5 Bradley St., Aylmer
8:00 Registration and Refreshments
9:00 Cultural Humility – Part 1
2:15 Cultural Humility – Part 2
3:15 Evaluation and Closing
Early Bird Registration: $65 per attendee (Ends April 17)
Regular Registration: $80 per attendee
Registration closes on April 24th. Refunds not granted after April 24. Please attempt to transfer your ticket to a colleague, if you are not able to attend.
Are you interested but don't live near Aylmer? Plan to attend the Low German Conference in Leamington on May 8th!
MCC continues to monitor and assess new developments pertaining to COVID-19. If, in order to ensure the safety of all participants, the decision is made to cancel this conference we will investigate options to present all or portions of the conference remotely, or if requested, refund registration fees.
We are also encouraging all event attendees to:
- Evaluate their own health (and the health of people they're in close contact with), when deciding to attend an upcoming MCC event.
- Follow the guidance of your local Public Health department for everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of viruses, including, but not limited to:
- Wash your hands often with warm water and soap or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- Avoid contact with people who are sick
- Stay home when you are sick
- Sneeze and cough into your sleeve
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
- Use sanitization materials offered at events
- Greet other event attendees with a fist bump or wave, instead of a handshake