Who We Are
Who We Are
A Mennonite Brethren community of faith established in 1942.
Our diverse community church is made up of individuals who strive to grow as disciples and to live out their faith in daily life. The church family is made up of people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. As a church we are affiliated with the Mennonite Brethren of Canada. We are evangelical in the sense that we root ourselves in the teaching of the gospels, and we are more specifically described as being anabaptist – meaning we practice believers’ baptism, value nonresistance and hold to the separation of church and state.
Our church has a strong sense of mission both locally and globally. You can learn more about our missions focus here. Along with formal missions support, many people in our church are active in supporting various organizations and living missional lives that minister not only within our church but also in the communities in which we live.
We have a range of ministries designed for all age groups, including children and families, youth, and adults of all ages. The goal of all ministries is to help us gather, grow and go as a church. Below you will find more information about our church, and the things that help us discern and clarify who we are and what God has called us to.
Raising up healthy disciples who live, love, and serve like Jesus.
A church that gathers, grows, and goes.
We gather as a community to worship and serve the one true God,
journeying together as we move forward.
We seek to grow in faith, as disciples and in love for those around us.
We go into the world to serve and share the love of Jesus Christ locally and globally.
- Understanding and applying God’s Word: we are centered on Jesus.
- Experiencing life together as community of faith: we are diverse, intergenerational, and focused on God.
- Worshipping God authentically: we are contributors, not just consumers.
- Serving in the church and in the world: we are disciples making disciples.
Our history is intertwined with the Mennonite Brethren history in Western Canada, and more specifically, in Saskatchewan. Parliament Community Church officially began meeting at our current location over 40 years ago and has continued to grow and change as God has faithfully led us forward. You can read a detailed history of our church here.
Next Elders Meeting
Nothing from Thu Jan 20 to Wed Apr 20.