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Church History 教會歷史


About Mennonite

Mennonites are a Christian faith group that began in the 16th century. Currently there are over one million members world-wide. Mennonite beliefs and practices vary widely, but following Jesus in daily life is a central value, along with peacemaking. Menno Simons was an early prominent leader and eventually the group became known as "Mennonites" because of his name. Today almost two thirds are found outside of North America. Today Mennonite Church Canada's 232 congregations and 34,000 members represent a cross-section of Canadians -- brothers and sisters from all parts of the globe and the indigenous people of Canada.

A Brief History of Mennonites

門諾會的歷史和由來 - 中文譯本 Chinese version


About Markham Chinese Mennonite Church ( MCMC )

Sixteen years ago, when 14th avenue was not developed yet, God had brought a vision to Rev. Winfred Soong for church planting in the Markham area. With the guidance from the Holy Spirit, Markham Chinese Mennonite Church (MCMC) was formed in the spring of 1990 by the church planting committee from Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church (TCMC). The members had regular programs and were fully supported by Hagerman Mennonite church, lending us their location and facilities free of charge.

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