Thank you for taking the time to answer this questionnaire.  Your responses will help Mennonite Church Canada shape its international ministries. 

* 1. Province

* 2. Congregation

* 3. Role:

* 4. Age

* 5. How would describe your own connection to the global church?

* 6. How is your congregation connected to the Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry and its workers?

* 7. Is it important to connect your congregation and Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry? Please explain your rationale. If you view these connections as important, how might this be done?

* 8. What should be the 2 or 3 core purposes of Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry?

* 9. How are these core purposes connected to our Anabaptist faith?

* 10. What general directions represent the greatest opportunities for Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry?

* 11. How important is it for Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry to reach out to Anabaptist groups? to the church more broadly? to people who do not yet identify themselves as Christians (e.g. sharing the gospel and church planting)? Briefly indicate your rationale. How would you prioritize the 3 forms of mission work?

* 12. How strongly do individuals in your church desire to do short-term international assignments (3 months to one year long)? How important is it for Mennonite Church Canada to facilitate these opportunities?

* 13. What would be the best way to fund Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry?

* 14. Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission stressed the necessity of mutual respect when different cultures and religions meet. How might Mennonite Church Canada’s international ministry facilitate both the giving and receiving of blessings between MC Canada and its overseas partners so that we as MC Canada might also experience change and growth?

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