THIS WEEK AT SHERBROOKE
Our Family Announcements

On April 29 @ 7pm, join on us for an online Zoom party to say farewell to Jon!
 We will have Zoom games, a competition for best snacks, and celebrate how God has worked at Sherbrooke over the last 8 months with Jon as our Intern. 



 

MCC Newcomers Food Bank
This week, (Thursday, April 16), 14 households were able to receive groceries from the church, and we were able to deliver groceries to 7 households.


 

MCBC Women’s Day // May 1, 10am-1pm
Join us for a day of virtual fellowship (ladies only!) – $10 registration

Special Guests:
– Sara Weber, Canadian comedian
– Chef Dez, who will walk us through a cooking show (recipe emailedd upon registration)
– Anne Herridge, published author featured on Amazon’s Hot New Releases page.

You can register by emailing admin@mcbc.ca.
or click here to register online.

We look forward to celebrating sisterhood with you!

To donate to our women’s ministry offering click here.


We are hiring!
Sherbrooke Mennonite Church invites applications for the position of office admin. This position is 10 hours a week, primarily online (from home). 
Start date: May 1, 2021

For more information, check out:
http://sherbrookemennonite.org/employment-opportunities/
or email
office@sherbrookemennonite.org


MCBC Creation Care Task Group
Are you interested in being more involved in creation care and working with others in MCBC on issues related to sustainability and the climate crisis? The MCBC Creation Care Task Group has formed and is looking for individuals from our congregations to join in this work. For more information please email office@mcbc.ca so they can send you more details about how to get involved.

Click here for more info

Earth Day is coming up on April 22, and we will be taking some time during our service on April 25 to pray for creation. 


In-Office hours: Thursdays and Fridays 9:30 am – 1pm, drop by the church to say “hi” to Kevin. Please wear a mask! You can visit outside the church if you’d prefer.



Tithes and Offerings:
 
Thank you for supporting the mission and ministries of Sherbrooke Mennonite Church.

Three ways to give:
i) E-transfer Sherbrooke Office (office@sherbrookemennonite.org)
ii) Mail or drop off a cheque
iii) PayPal on our Sherbrooke Website (this option requires a 2.6% fee) – 
Click Here


COVID Tracking Sheet at all the entrances inside the church building.

If visiting our church building, please fill in the COVID Tracking Sheet, so we may use it when it’s needed to track COVID cases.


 Our goal as a church is to reach out and help people grow in their faith in Jesus. We want to look after the needy within Sherbrooke, as well as help us reach out in our neighbourhood and surrounding community. Our Anabaptist perspective of Jesus is relevant to our world more than ever.