BMC (Breslau Mennonite Church) Summer Camp – back in person!

Posted on: April 22nd, 2022 by Breslau Mennonite Church

This year we look forward to being back IN PERSON for an exciting BMC Summer Camp on August 15-19, 2022, for children entering SK to Grade 6. Each morning we will enjoy worship, music, stories, games, crafts and more! If you have any questions you can email us at

Register early Click Here to Register

We are so excited to have a fun and safe summer together!



Easter Sunday Worship at 9:45 am

Posted on: April 8th, 2022 by Breslau Mennonite Church

Good Friday Worship & Communion Service at 10:00 am

Posted on: April 8th, 2022 by Breslau Mennonite Church

Pray for Peace

Posted on: February 25th, 2022 by Breslau Mennonite Church




Pray for Peace . . . may peace return swiftly to the people of Ukraine.


A Prayer for the New Year!

Posted on: December 28th, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church

A prayer for a New Year
Be with us God, as we set out on the journey of a new year, new beginnings, and new hope. Give us the grace and strength we need, the compassion and sensitivity others need from us, and the wisdom and humility to respond in ways that nurture all of creation. Amen.



A Prayer for Christmas

Posted on: December 21st, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church

A prayer for ChristmasFar from home and close to home, we welcome the birth of the Christ child. Hope, peace, joy, and love are found in a manger and throughout the world. Amen.



Dare to Imagine!

Posted on: November 30th, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church


Advent at Home: 'Dare to Imagine!' | Anabaptist World

Happy Advent!
The theme for Advent worship is Dare to Imagine. This season as we prepare and anticipate Christmas, can we dare to imagine God’s hope, peace, joy, and love in our world and in our life? Let’s dare to imagine our path forward with God, toward God’s dream for our world.

Joy to the world!
We are wonders, blessed wonders,
singing joy to the world.
“Solemn Stillness, Weary Streets”
#276 Voices Together

Peace and blessings for a joyous Advent season!

Pastor Eleanor


We are People of God’s Peace

Posted on: November 6th, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church







We are People of God’s Peace

We are heralds of God’s peace for the new creation,
and by grace the word of peace reaches every nation.
Though we falter and we fail. Christ will still renew us.
By the Holy Spirit’s power, God is working through us.

hymn Voices Together #407
based on text by Menno Simons (verse 2)


Remembering September 30 as a National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

Posted on: September 29th, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church

O God, we are blessed to be a human family, blessed to be on this land, blessed to have neighbours as diverse as your creation. We thank you for Indigenous neighbours and friends.

As a community of faith, we join in the lament of our nation. We lament that historic and contemporary racism continues to mar our relations. We lament the church’s role that privileges settler peoples at the expense of the First Peoples of this land. We lament apathy in the face of the need for change, in ways that make a difference.

For the witness of strength, caring, and love of Indigenous peoples, and for the struggle for what is just and right, open our hearts this day. Encourage us to listen more, to participate in the movements for change that will bring us together in good and respectful ways.

Thank you that truth and reconciliation are possible, not just as a distance point on the horizon but as the work we do every day. Creator, you anchor our commitment to reconciliation and will help us act when we see injustice.

Hear our laments, and grow our hearts full of compassion as we strive to be a better friend and neighbour. We pray in the name of Creator. Amen.



Posted on: August 3rd, 2021 by Breslau Mennonite Church

At first, it may feel strange and unsettling after 17 months worshipping online together, but God is present with us in whatever circumstances we gather together to worship. Let’s be safe, thoughtful, patient, and kind with each other.

Check out the BMC Covid-19 Safety Protocols online

May the God of hope and peace continue to guide us in our planning, preparations, and gathering for worship in-person and online