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About us
Grace Mennonite Church began through an organizational meeting called by C. Blake Friesen on February 27, 1955. Twenty-seven people attended this meeting and decided to organize a congregation. In July of that year they purchased a property for meeting at 1409 Victoria Ave. From this humble beginning the congregation has grown over more than fifty years into a vibrant multi-ethnic and multi-generational anabaptist fellowship with just over 150 members.

Today the congregation meets at 2935 Pasqua Street in a building whose sanctuary was completed in 1968 and whose education wing and kitchen was completed in 1979. The congregation is active in the Refugee Employment Mission Project at the Regina Food Bank, which provides opportunity for many meaningful hours of volunteer work. Small group gatherings meet throughout the week to work, study, pray, and just plain have fun.

Vision of Mennonite Church Canada
God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit to grow as communities of grace, joy, and peace, so that God's healing and hope flow through us to the world.

Vision of Grace Mennonite Church
Grace Mennonite Church... offering Grace and Peace to Stranger and Friend in the name of Jesus Christ.


Grace Mennonite finds its home in the lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, and Metis nations. We gather in Treaty 4 lands, covenanted between Indigenous and settler peoples in 1874, "for as long as the sun shines, the green grass grows, and the waters flow". We gather in our common humanity as diverse communities, with unique stories and gifts, to learn from and celebrate each other.