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Support China Ministry - International Relationship Building

Jeanette Hanson
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Inspiring students and church leaders in China
Jeanette Hanson

Support Jeanette Hanson

Mennonite Partners in China (MPC) is an inter-Mennonite body that coordinates Mennonite Church Canada’s ministry in China. Working with Chinese universities, MPC seeks to build pathways of peace and understanding through educational exchange of teachers and students. Jeanette Hanson is associate director of MPC, while based in Canada. Through regular correspondence and periodic travel to China, Jeanette builds relationships between Mennonites in North America, Chinese educational institutions and Christian communities.

Worker Info
Name(s): 
Jeanette Hanson
Title: 
Resource Worker for China Ministry
Home Congregation(s): 
Grace Mennonite Church, Prince Albert, SK
Home Congregation(s): 
Tiefengrund Mennonite Church, Laird, SK
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Category: 
Faith Nurture

Building Bridges

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A gift to Building Bridges helps indigenous and non-indigenous Christians learn from one another in Anabaptist-grounded faith exploration, teaching, and relationhsip building.
crucifix, feather and pipe stem on multicolored background

Twenty-five dollars helps produce Building Bridges, an educational event for Indigenous and settler communities so that racial divides can be overcome and lives be transformed.

A gift to Building Bridges helps these communities learn from one another in faith exploration, teaching, and relationship building.

At each weekend event, participants share food, music, and engage the teaching of Indigenous teachers and leaders. Closing activities include discussion circles that nurture relationships and explore fresh initiatives to build new partnerships.

$
Category: 
Indigenous Relations

Celebrating Indigenous Theologies

6 people, some indigenous clothing and a drum
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A gift to Indigenous Relations helps to redeem relationships between Canada's non-native and indigenous people by connecting churches with Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation process, developing contextual books and resources, and more.
6 people, some indigenous clothing and a drum

Build a Church of Truth and Reconciliation

$250 will help a pastor or young leader participate in the North American Indigenous Theological Symposium, discovering how the Christian tradition is gifted by Indigenous knowledges and spiritualities.

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Category: 
Indigenous Relations
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