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January 17, 2020 | Web First
Aaron Epp | Online Media Manager
Mennonite World Conference staff have released a new video in advance of Anabaptist World Fellowship Sunday. The video highlights MWC's work around the world in 2019. (Photo courtesy of MWC)

A new video highlights what happened in the Mennonite World Conference (MWC) in 2019.

Released in advance of Anabaptist World Fellowship Sunday, which takes place this weekend (Jan. 19, 2020), the five-minute video explores MWC’s pursuit of “justice across barriers," as well as the work of its four commissions.

The video introduces the theme for this year’s Anabaptist World Fellowship Sunday, which is “Jesus Christ: Our Hope.” It goes on to discuss next year’s MWC youth summit and assembly, which will take place in Indonesia.

Watch the video now and hear from Mennonites in Ethiopia, Kenya, Hong Kong and Costa Rica.

For more information and resources related to Anabaptist World Fellowship Sunday, visit MWC’s website.

Do you have a video we should see? Email submit@canadianmennonite.org.

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Mennonite World Conference staff have released a new video in advance of Anabaptist World Fellowship Sunday. The video highlights MWC's work around the world in 2019. (Photo courtesy of MWC)

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