|January 24||Fish for People (Luke 5:1-11, Psalm 90:14-17)|
|January 31||Healing on the Sabbath (Luke 6:1-16, Psalm 92)||Glyn Jones|
|February 7||7 Raising the Widow's Son (Luke 7:1-17, Psalm 119:105-107)|
|February 14||Transfiguration (Luke 9:28-45, Psalm 36:5-10|
|11:00 a. m.||Zoom Sharing Prayer and conversation|
|17:00 p. m.||Zoom Conversation (Luke 5:33-39)|
We remind people that access to the church is limited during the provincially mandated lockdown. If you enter the building we ask you to be mindful of these protocols.
During this unprecedented time with COVID infections rising in our community the safety of our members is of utmost concern. We also recognize the importance of worshipping together especially as we enter the season of Advent. The church will remain open for those who wish to worship in person. The service will also be live streamed over zoom. To connect with the service in the safety and comfort of your home use our Zoom address. Please connect by 9:55. The service will be recorded and a copy will be made available to members.
You're invited to join MCC in supporting the Government of Canada’s legislation around the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), being tabled in Parliament this December. MCC believes that passing a legislative framework to implement UNDRIP is an excellent step toward ensuring the human rights of Indigenous Peoples are respected and honoured in Canada. If you agree, we invite you to contact Minister of Justice David Lametti and your MP to urge them to fulfill the government’s commitment to reconciliation by making every effort to bring this legislation to Royal Assent. Visit mcccanada.ca/take-action to use MCC’s convenient letter-writing tool to amplify the calls of Indigenous neighbours.
Let’s Talk EVs – Are You Ready For an Electric Vehicle? The Nith Valley EcoBoosters are pleased to host this introductory EV webinar on Thursday, February 18th from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. The webinar will discuss a number of factors to take into account when deciding whether to purchase an EV including financial, environmental plus travel and cargo usability considerations. Our presenter is Andy Wilson, a resident of New Hamburg, an EV owner, and a member of the Waterloo Region Electric Vehicle Association. In researching the pros and cons of EVs, Andy encountered many myths and misinformation. As a result, he created this presentation to help others understand the benefits and realities of driving an EV as he sees them. He is not an EV technical expert, but likes to share what he has learned. Assisting Andy with the presentation are local EV owners Neil Lackey and Bart Van Andel. A Question & Answer period will follow the presentation. This is a free webinar but registration is required. Register at: Let's Talk EV's or nvecoboosters.com
Wednesday January 27 at 7 p. m. – Join the Grebel Community for a special virtual chapel service to celebrate the arrival of our new hymnal Voices Together. This special service is open to the public and will feature a homiletic reflection by Distinguished Alumni award winner Sarah Johnson. The service will include music and worship resources from Voices Together. Visit for details. Registration is required to receive a Zoom meeting link.
Wednesday January 27 at 12:30 – The Grebel Noon Hour Concert series will feature Voices Together committee member Anneli Loepp Thiessen “Still Singing - Women Composers and the Voices Together Hymnal sharing stories and songs from Women.” This free event can be en-composers-and-voices"target=blank>accessed online