Please continue to support your local congregation and other synod ministries while we continue to follow public health orders and navigate gathering safely. 

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Our Commitment to Welcome & Reconciliation

The MNO Synod commits itself to ongoing education, honest reflection, discussion, and policy and process development that will make our communities a safe space for all people to find welcome and to grow in faith. We ask God to guide us in living out this ministry of reconciliation. Read the full welcome statement HERE.

Renewal Conference: Moving Forward

Three pastors in Winnipeg joined together to envision a learning and renewal event for congregational leaders in MNO.  The purpose of this event is to provide a space for participants to reflect together on the ways the church is changing, and imagine how God might be...

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Small Group Ministry Strengthens Connection and Community

Small Group ministry is a powerful way to generate connection, community and faith formation in congregations.  The MNO Synod is hosting another session of small group leader training beginning in October.  Learn more about small group ministry and the upcoming...

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Get Involved and Connected

Week of Advent2 - MNO Youth Ministry

Grow Through Faith Formation

Learn more about synod youth ministry, including the CLAY event.

Find resources for faith formation with children and youth.

Find studies and devotionals for adults

luther-villageConnect with Luther Village Camp

Luther Village is owned by the Manitoba/Northwestern Ontario Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In Canada.

Luther Village provides a Christian ministry camp at Dogtooth Lake in Ontario.

Help us Care for Children in Cameroon (ELCIC)

Within this program, 60 children suffering from extreme poverty receive support with school tuition, supplementary food for their diets and emergency medical care.

Donations can be made through any MNO Synod congregation by marking “Kids Helping Kids” on your offering envelope.