Knox Presbyterian Church, 50 Erb Street West, Waterloo
A program of music, singing, reading, and reflection on the 100th anniversary of the migration of Mennonites from the former Soviet Union.
Featuring the premiere of “The Place of Memory” composed by Leonard Enns and performed by DaCapo Chamber Choir. Admission by cash donation at the door.
We are pleased to announce our in-person annual meeting with guest speaker Richard Lougheed, author of the new book Menno's Descendants in Quebec: The Mission Activity of Four Anabaptist Groups, 1956-2021.
Join us to take stock and celebrate what our Society has accomplished in this pandemic year.
This meeting is open to the public. Please register here to join the meeting via Zoom.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Wilmot Mennonite Church, 2995 Bleams Rd, New Hamburg
NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION TO WILMOT MENNONITE CHURCH
Join us to hear about two unique local projects exploring Mennonite funeral and burial traditions, and how cemeteries can be places of learning. Marion Roes
Mennonite Funeral & Burial Traditions: Researching, Writing, Self-Publishing
Great Hall, Conrad Grebel University College, 140 Westmount Road N, Waterloo, ON
How did you arrive here? What is your history on this land?
Join the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario for a day of conversation about Mennonite settler stories and Indigenous histories.
10:00 - OpeningWelcome and AnnouncmentsLand Acknowledgement - Mennonite Historical Society of OntarioIndigenous greetings - Led by Mim Harder
Mennonite Historical Society of OntarioAnnual Meeting
Guest speaker: Aileen Friesen
"Searching for an Identity: Mennonites in Revolutionary Russia"
Dr. Aileen Friesen is a scholar of Russian history, with an emphasis on religion in the Russian empire. She is the inaugural recipient of the Fretz Fellowship at Conrad Grebel University College.
Photo: Mennonite students in Leningrad