OUR CONNECTIONS

  • Leamington Mennonite Home mennonitehome.ca
  • LMH is a faith-centred, charitable, non-profit organization supported by area Mennonite churches. Founded in 1964, in response to the growing needs of seniors, our community of care provides holistic care and support to seniors and the frail elderly. LMH is the only not for profit Home in the southwest region of Ontario.
  • Southwestern Ontario Gleaners swogleaners.org
  • An interdenominational organization that provides FREE dehydrated soup mix and dehydrated fruit for distribution to local community partners and reputable relief agencies around the world.
  • MCC Meat Canning in Leamington mcccanada.ca/get-involved/canning
  • Each year, the members of Faith Mennonite church make a commitment to the MCC Meat Canner.  For more information, please see the website.
  • Mennonite Central Committee mcccanada.ca and mcco.ca
  • Sharing God's love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.  MCC is an organization that responds to crises around the world with integrity and fiscal responsibility.
  • Mennonite Church Eastern Canada mcec.ca
  • With the head office in Kitchener, ON, MCEC provides resources and guidance for Mennonite and Anabaptis Churches in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.
  • Mennonite Church Canada home.mennonitechurch.ca
  • The conference of Mennonites in Canada, with head offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  • Leamington Mennonite Community Festival  facebook.com/LeamingtonMennoniteCommunityFestival
  • Countless volunteers give their time and resources to make this Festival a success every year! The Festival is the best place to eat, bid on a beautiful handmade quilt, buy some fresh produce, get your face painted, ride a pony, eat some more, bid on a silent auction item, listen to live local music and EAT EAT EAT !
  • Templo Cristiano La Buena Semilla iglesialabuenasemilla.org
  • The "Good Seed " Cristiano Temple was founded on July 17, 2016 in the city of Leamington, Ontario, Canada, and is the union of two churches already established in the area for many years. Our congregation is made up of people of different nationalities from the local Hispanic community and migrant workers from the area.
  • Mennonite World Conference mwc-cmm.org
  • A global community gathering of Anabaptist churches.
  • United Mennonite Educational Institute umei.ca
  • A Christian high school located in the municipality of Leamington.  Supported solely by the local area Mennonite churches.
  • The Bridge - Leamington Youth Resource Centre  thebridgeyouth.ca
  • Located just down the street from Faith Mennonite Church, The Bridge is a new facility established at 302 Sherk St., Leamington which will initially house a youth resource centre. This centre will have a recreation area (computers, games, leisure), a kitchen (with prepared food), showers, laundry facilities, homework area and a Chapel. The centre will also have offices to house Access, a partner not-for-profit group, that will provide many of the services needed by the youth – housing, budgeting, work placement, medical care direction as examples. The goal of this centre is that youth with needs can find a  place to; first, feel safe, loved and respected.
  • MythPerceptions  mythperceptions.ca
  • MythPerceptions, the title, is one word, blended from two words, referring to understanding and seeing things in messed up ways that are not grounded in factual reality. It is intended to dismantle and dispel racial stereotypes, myths and perceptions from the mainstream culture that tends to be informed by fear and misunderstanding.
  • MythPerceptions is an initiative of the Indigenous Neighbours Program of Mennonite Central Committee Canada. Its purpose is to engage with Canadians in order to provide education and understanding about First Nations Peoples' history, rights and issues across Turtle Island. We want to facilitate a change of understanding and respect of the ways, experiences, hopes, dreams and voices of Indigenous Peoples across the country.
         
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