We believe that WMBC is a spiritual family, but how well do we actually know our spiritual siblings, uncles, grandparents, nieces or nephews?
Get to know your spiritual family! Come to the WMBC Family Gathering on Sunday, March 19 at 12:00 pm in the WMBC Gym. Lunch is potluck style, and bring your favourite table game to play with others after the meal.
"I visited the Turtle Island Community Church with a group from my church in January 2017. I believe it is important for myself, a white person and a Christian, to be part of the reconciliation with the First Nations people, and education and understanding are important first steps in this process. It was eye-opening for us to experience the way they worship God, and the fellowship they share during their meeting time. A few of us went out before the gathering to invite people to attend. The service included the smudging ceremony, a jingle dance, drum songs, and sharing. I had the privilege of making bannock with Evelyn, a First Nations elder, and then serving it as part of a meal to the people. The meal is part of their ministry, as some of those invited show up for the free food. The church leadership told us how much they appreciated our visit, and how much it meant to the people. What i value the most from our visit, was the chance to interact with First Nations people in a way that brought us closer together. I look forward to many more interactions between our churches." - Holly Tripp ... See MoreSee Less
If you are thinking about coming out for the MarriedPeople Night Out on February 26 make sure to purchase your tickets before the end of the day tomorrow! Tickets can be purchased on our website at ... See MoreSee Less