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Featuring short reflections and dialogue with CMU faculty, alumni, and church voices
October 27 at 7:00 PM | Marpeck Commons and via livestream
Latest News & Stories
Mennonite Central Committee, Canadian Mennonite University collaborate on $15M Climate Change Adaptation Project in Zimbabwe, funded by the Government of Canada
2023.09.28 @ 1:55 PM News Releases
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is pleased to collaborate with Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada in a new project, Locally-Led Indigenous Nature-based Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation in Zimbabwe (LINCZ).
2023.09.06 @ 3:09 PM Audio
Did you know famous philosophers hung out with Dutch Mennonites in the 1600s? Jonas finds some gems in a lecture on early Mennonite contributions to science and philosophy by Dr. Gary Waite. Surprising connections to AC/DC.
2023.09.03 @ 12:00 AM Audio
Theme: God at work in the lives of Abraham and Sarah
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are hearing from Kennedy Froese, the Associate Pastor at Sterling Mennonite Fellowship in Winnipeg. She is also a current student at CMU, where she's completing a degree in Biblical and Theological Studies. In this series of meditations, she is looking at the story of Abraham and Sarah, how God was at work in their lives and continues to work in our lives today.
2023.08.21 @ 3:40 PM Alumni Profiles
"I have always been a storyteller," says Ben Borne over a Zoom call from his home in Saskatoon, SK. " And what I'm really good at is bringing people together."
Since graduating from CMU with a Bachelor of Arts in 2013, Borne's various endeavors and accomplishments— which are innumerable, but include podcast host and founding his own public relations firm—all share that similar theme: storytelling.
2023.08.15 @ 4:25 PM Stories
For people living in the Palestinian territories, anger and frustration are daily experiences. That's why two Winnipeggers went there in late July to teach a course on conflict-resolution skills.
Karen Ridd, who teaches conflict resolution studies at Canadian Mennonite University, and Izzy Hawamda, a teacher at Maples Collegiate and an instructor at CMU visited An-Najah University in Nablus in the West Bank.
October 5, 2023
MHC Gallery | 25th Anniversary Celebration & Fundraiser
7:30 PM MHC Gallery, 610 Shaftesbury Blvd.
Our 25th season celebration will feature a keynote from artist Miriam Rudolph, a local musical guest, empanadas, desserts, and refreshments, and a fantastic door prize.
Join us to celebration 25 years of art, faith, and community.
November 25, 2023
Christmas at CMU
CMU Campus, North Side
Join us on campus for a variety of musical ensembles performing Christmas music.