The Mennonite Church Canada has embraced MCCN’s Every Creature Singing curriculum and made it their own. The Canadian study guide is available from Common Word as a 9 megabyte .pdf. Since the curriculum challenges congregations to study their local communities, many resources were changed to fit another country.
Deb Froese, director of news services for MCCanada, served as the editor. Joanne Moyer was the environmental consultant. She is an assistant professor of Environmental Studies and Geography at The King’s University in Edmonton, Alberta, and has served on MCCN’s Creation Care Council for over a decade. Matt Veith handled graphic design and made this version beautiful.
Joanne Moyer introduced the new resource via a workshop entitled, Every Creature Singing: Introducing Watershed Discipleship which she offered to attendees at the Mennonite Church Canada’s Assembly in July.