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  • Partners » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    ETEM Partners Contact us Donations French Partners BIC WORLD MISSION www bic church org wm CCMBC Canadian Conference of MB Churches www mbconf ca CENTRE D ÉTUDES ANABAPTISTES DE MONTRÉAL http www etem ca evenements html CHRISTIAN DIRECTION www direction ca ETEM IBVIE École de théologie évangélique de Montréal Institut biblique VIE www etem ca LE LIEN fichier pdf du dernier numéro MBMISSION MBMSI Global mission agency of the Mennonite

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  • Contact us » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    Meeting Places Recommended Resources News letters Faith Education for Children and Youth Recommanded Books Activities Activities for Youth Agencies CAMP PÉNIEL ETEM Partners Contact us Donations French Contact us For information concerning the QUEBEC ASSOCIATIOIN OF MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCHES AEFMQ please call 514 331 0878 Extension 1030 or use the following E mail address info aefmq ca The mailing address of the Quebec Association AEFMQ is 4824 chemin de la

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  • Donations » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    To make a donation Your gift will contribute to the Churches and the agencies of the Quebec Association of Mennonite Brethren Churches encouraging them in their focus health and development as they serve God and their beneficiairies with passion and a renewed sense of Christian Mission Join us today and become partners with us Make your donation through the internet at CANADON or make out your cheque to AEFMQ and

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  • RALLIEMENT INTEREGLISES 2013 » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    Contact us Donations French RALLIEMENT INTEREGLISES 2013 May 02 2013 Sunday June 2 2013 at 9 30 a m Centre culturel et communautaire Thérèse de Blainville 120 blvd du Séminaire Ste Thérèse J7E 1Z2 Preaching Claude Queval The Church centripetal or centrigugal Frre parking nursery 0 4 upon your arrival Sunday club 5 11 Youth group 12 ans more Sunday lunch for a basic fee of 5 00 Click here

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  • Danielle » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    us Donations French Danielle RALLIEMENT INTEREGLISES 2013 May 02 2013 Sunday June 2 2013 at 9 30 a m Centre culturel et communautaire Thérèse de Blainville 120 blvd du Séminaire Ste Thérèse J7E 1Z2 Preaching Claude Queval The Church centripetal or centrigugal Frre parking nursery 0 4 upon your arrival Sunday club 5 11 Youth group 12 ans more Sunday lunch for a basic fee of 5 00 Click here

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  • Non classé » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    Contact us Donations French RALLIEMENT INTEREGLISES 2013 May 02 2013 Sunday June 2 2013 at 9 30 a m Centre culturel et communautaire Thérèse de Blainville 120 blvd du Séminaire Ste Thérèse J7E 1Z2 Preaching Claude Queval The Church centripetal or centrigugal Frre parking nursery 0 4 upon your arrival Sunday club 5 11 Youth group 12 ans more Sunday lunch for a basic fee of 5 00 Click here

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  • agenda@aefmq.org
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  • History of The Mennonite Brethren » Québec Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
    became known as the founders of the the Protestant Reformation The Anabaptist branch of this Reformation began in Zurich Switzerland at the beginning of 1520 Conrad Grebel Felix Mantz Georges Blaurock and several other intellectuals were the instigators of this arm of the movement The Anabaptists were a group of Christian believers who wanted to see the Reform go even further than initially proposed They supported the separation of Church and State in order to free themselves from civil authority in matters of faith and religious practice They argued for believer s baptism rather than infant baptism They re baptized adherents to the movement and thus became known by their opposition as Anabaptists This simply meant re baptisers Because of the break with the established Catholic Church and with some Protestants the Anabaptists experienced fierce persecution In 1525 this situation forced the group to move underground Leaving the city of Zurich the Anabaptists re settled elsewhere Their migration away from Switzerland turned out to be instrumental in spreading the movement across most of Europe However the oppression became so strong that the Anabaptist group became disorganized and almost died out Menno Simons Menno Simons a Catholic priest lived in Holland he was a typical priest of the time but was having serious personal doubts about some aspects of his religious tradition Menno turned to the New Testament and then read some works written by Martin Luther This led him to conclude that certain teachings of his tradition were unbiblical In 1536 Simons left the Catholic Church to join the Anabaptists He gathered together the scattered adherents throughout Northern Europe and restructured the Anabaptist movement For eighteen years hunted and persecuted Menno Simons found refuge with other believers In spite of the dangers he continued until his death to teach to write and to give leadership to the Anabaptist churches The group at first was mockingly called Anabaptist because of their rejection of infant baptism and the practice of believer s baptism Later they were called Mennonite because of the spiritual leadership of Menno Simons and to distinguish these peace loving disciples of Menno from other fanatic revolutionaries who were associated with the Anabaptists Spiritual Renewal in 1860 In 1540 persecution once more pushed the frontiers of the Mennonite Church from Holland to Prussia and then in 1786 many migrated to Russia where they once again enjoyed religious tolerance The early Mennonites believed they should live in complete separation from the world around them They tended therefore to establish their own closed communities With the passage of time living in religious and cultural isolation led to a very traditional lifestyle cultural conservatism and a lack of missionary vision A period of spiritual decline ensued This was an ideal context for a religious revival among them In 1860 under the influence of preachers such as Edouard Wuest a Lutheran pastor the Mennonites experienced spiritual renewal Believers met together for fellowship and Bible study A close spiritual kinship resulted and the group became

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