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Welcome to Parliament Community Church

Welcome to PCC

Parliament Community Church is a Mennonite Brethren community of faith established in 1942 and affiliated with the Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches and the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.

Checking out a church can be quite an unnerving experience – new place, new people, new things going on. We at PCC understand this and are seeking to make every newcomer’s time with us as welcoming as possible. We dress casually, like coffee and have things for your family to do if you are bringing one. In our Sunday morning service we have a team of musicians and singers who lead us in singing a few songs, we take an offering from regular adherents to support our ministries, we have a time of community prayer led by one of our pastors or elders before a person shares about what God is doing in their life. Finally, we have a pastor speak to us from the Bible. Our Sunday worship celebration normally goes from 10:45 – 12 noon.

Setting the Table

We tend to think of being “in between” as lost time. We may be in between jobs, moving between two cities or basking in the summer sun between high school and college. This space of letting go of one thing before we can grasp another is actually a gift from God. It allows us to harvest our yesterdays and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. 

PCC is in-between senior pastoral leadership. Being grateful for what has been, we are moving towards what is yet to come. In this time of transition we are setting the table - getting ready for the feast of God.

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