About Mennonite Church Canada

Forming a people of God, Becoming a global Church, Growing leaders

Mennonites have been around for almost 500 years. Early leaders rejected the state church’s control over peoples’ lives. Mennonite ideas and insistence on separation between church and state are equally important today, when some governments in the global community attempt to suppress the rights of individuals and non-conformist communities.

Today, you won’t recognize most Mennonites by how they dress. But you will find vibrant Mennonite congregations scattered throughout rural areas, small towns and large cities across Canada, and throughout the world.

Beliefs

Vision Statement and Statement of Identity and Purpose
Confession of Faith

Churches

31,000 baptized believers, over 225 congregations and 5 area churches.*

History

Foundational and Historic documents of Mennonite Church Canada

Staff & Workers

A staff & worker directory to help you get to know us, our ministry workers and direct your inquiries.

Structure & Affiliations

Leadership and organization of Mennonite Church Canada and affiliations.

Visual Identity

CommonWord: Getting Help With the Dove