Welcome to
Hope Mennonite Church

All are welcome in this place.


Join us this Sunday at 10:00 AM

Beginning March 6, we will be meeting in person at 669 Broadway (Thomson Funeral Home), every other Sunday (March 6, March 20, April 3 and April 17) and then we will likely continue to meet in person every Sunday after Easter. All eligible persons will have to provide proof of vaccinations, and wear masks throughout the service. We ask you to please respect distancing.  

Hope Mennonite Church is a Christian congregation in the Anabaptist tradition, meeting in Winnipeg's West Broadway neighbourhood. We celebrate the mystery of God's grace and respond by striving to follow Jesus Christ into a life dedicated to peace and justice.

Since the pandemic we have changed the way we do church. We've done Zoom meetings with sermons and sharing, we've done socially distanced gatherings in the park in large groups and gatherings in the park in smaller neighbourhood groups, and we have started meeting in-person at Thomson. Since it is always changing, please go to the Calendar Page for what's happening or contact the office for further information. 



The people of Hope Mennonite Church are diverse in how we identify our own sexual orientations, sexes, and gender identities. We desire to follow Jesus’ example of acting with love, compassion, justice, and equality, recognizing the intrinsic worth of every human being as part of creation. We continue on this welcoming journey, recognizing that we will always have something new to learn. Helpful Resources


Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge that we live and worship on the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Red River Métis. These are treaty lands, covenanted between Indigenous and settler peoples in 1871. We acknowledge that the water we drink each day is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. Most of us are settlers. Our ancestors came to these lands only recently and, knowingly or not, benefitted from treaty and the Crown’s dispossession of Indigenous peoples. We recognize that settler colonialism is not in a thing of the past, and that we continue to benefit from the dispossession of host peoples. And so we commit: to learning and listening that centers Indigenous calls to action; to redress the wrongs of past and present by educating ourselves, building relationships of respect, standing with Indigenous peoples, and speaking truth to power. We are treaty people, and through the strength of community and the courage of our God, we seek to honour our living covenant.
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