Co-Manager - Warman Thrift Shop: December 17, 2018

The MCCS Thrift Shop movement was launched over 40 years ago. Thrift Shops strive to be a welcoming and caring place within the community, showing value and respect to all individuals. Practicing and promoting faithful stewardship and care for God’s creation and raising funds for MCC are also important components of the mission statement of the Thrift Shops.

 

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Shop Assistant - Warman Thrift Shop: December 17, 2018

The MCCS Thrift Shops provide quality used clothing, furniture and appliances at reasonable prices to a growing market. They generate a significant amount of funds for MCC’s relief and development projects. The Shop Assistant will work together with the Thrift Shop staff, volunteers and Board in the overall operation of the Thrift Shop.

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Financial Controller: January 14, 2019

The MCCS Financial Controller is responsible for organizing and managing the provision of financial accounting for MCCS, which has an approximate $4 million budget for FY 18/19. This position is a part time position (0.6 – 0.8 FTE) and is available on a salaried basis.

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Syrian Bazaar

Enjoy delicious Syrian treats.

Presented by ShamRose for Syrian Culture with the support of Stirling Mennonite Church and Mennonite Central Committee.

All proceeds go to MCC's work in Syria.

India

Quand l’eau arrive

En Inde, les projets liés à l’eau du MCC permettent de nourrir des terres, de renforcer les moyens de subsistance et d’améliorer la santé dans plus d’une douzaine de communautés rurales.

L’eau peut couler toute l’année à travers un ruisseau dans les collines au-dessus du village de Sinisingi, dans l’est de l’Inde. Mais pour des habitants comme Maheshwar Pujari, qui est né dans le village il y a 69 ans, aller chercher de l’eau a signifié pendant longtemps gravir une pente pendant au moins une heure sur un terrain difficile.

Tout cela a changé en 2013, lorsque l’eau a commencé à couler d’un tuyau installé non loin de la maison de Pujari..

Speakers explain impact of climate change on their communities

Zacharías Martínez, Sibonokuhle Ncube and Durga Sunchiuri never met before this month. Each is from a different continent, but they share a common grief: their nations are experiencing the effects of climate change.

Since mid-September, the three have been speaking to groups in Indiana and Virginia and other neighbouring states at the invitation of the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions (CSCS,) a nonprofit organization affiliated with Eastern Mennonite University, Goshen College and Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). The tour concludes on Oct. 5.