What we Believe


Our vision is to be a community of congregations unified in Jesus Christ, living a biblical Anabaptist faith, together presenting Jesus Christ to the world.

Our Vision is the ideal we want and hope to become. We see ourselves growing in size and faithfulness, and building up our community of churches. Our reason for being is our faith, lived and known and, specifically, articulated in the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective. As a community, we will strengthen each other and our member congregations, to follow Jesus Christ and present Him to all people.

MCM Mission:

  • proclaiming the gospel of Christ.
  • fostering relationships of mutual accountability
  • promoting Christian education
  • calling, nurturing and providing leadership
  • planting and nurturing new congregations
  • planning joint worship and faith celebrations
  • dialoguing and working with congregations, conferences and other denominations.




MCM is a covenant community whose sense of togetherness flows from common vision, understanding of scripture and confession of faith.

Love, Care and Nurture

God’s message of love motivates us to nurture and care for others and each other.

Mutual Accountability

MCM and member congregations are accountable to each other in matters of doctrine and discipleship.


All doctrine is grounded in the holy Word of God as found in the Bible. The core of our doctrine is articulated in the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective.


As a community and as individuals, we seek the will of God for the church through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, by searching scripture, discerning the culture and the times in which we live, and waiting patiently for God’s revelation.


We proclaim and witness to the good news of salvation in Christ, and God’s kingdom.


We encourage churches and their members to be obedient disciples of Christ, living holy and God-honouring lives.

Social Concern

We reach out to, and walk with, needy people afflicted by poverty, conflict and injustice.


We believe that peace is the will of God, and that we are called to live and work as Christian peace-makers.