World Fellowship Sunday 2017: Songs, sermons and saucers
Part of the worship team from the Iglesia Cristiana Menonita de Ibagué, Colombia sang worships songs from the World Fellowship Sunday (WFS) resources. Photo courtesy of José A. Vaca B.
Andrea Lange from the Frankfurt Mennonite church in Germany preached on Acts 2 and the courage given by God’s Spirit, the courage to witness, to seek understanding beyond cultural differences and languages. Photo courtesy of Andrea Lange.
Celebration of WFS in the Bethel Brethren in Christ Church Cuttack, India. Photo courtesy of Manjula Roul.
Alinea Piché speaks to the children about the global Anabaptist family at Crossroads MB Church in Canada on World Fellowship Sunday. Photo: Tony Schellenberg.
The Mennonite Community in the Democratic Republic of Congo in its parish of Tshikapa. Photo courtesy of Pastor Joly Birakara Ilowa.
During worship, the children illustrated how hard it is making your voice heard in trying to tell a story whilst the whole congregation burst into clapping and stamping their feet at Mennonite Church Groningen in The Netherlands. Photo courtesy of Jan Cees Noord and Jacob H Kikkert.
This year’s celebration was very significant for the community since its had been seriously affected by Hurricane Otto in November 2016 and is still struggling to recuperate. The presence of sisters and brothers from different parts of the country was a great way to show solidarity in celebrating like a family of faith. Photo courtesy of Sandra Campos.
As a way to celebrate World Fellowship Sunday, two Mennonite Brethren churches responded to different character questions and displayed their answers on colored cards to share their common gifts in Shafter California, USA. Photo courtesy of Melissa Bergen.
For World Fellowship Sunday, the Eglise Evangelique Mennonite in Burkina Faso celebrated for the first time in their new church building. Photo courtesy of Pastor Siaka Traore.
A display of plates from different countries decorated World Fellowship Sunday at University Mennonite Church, State College, Pennsylvania, USA. Photo courtesy of Nel Kopp.
Church Worship leader, Dora Schmidt, directed a responsive reading of Psalm 40 with the theme of ¨My cry is heard”, at the Enkenbach Mennonite, Germany. Photo courtesy of Rainer Burkart.