Gathering the Ottawa Grebel alumni community for a tour of Confederation Building, with a reception to follow.
Is Reconciliation Possible?
The 2024 Rodney and Lorna Sawatsky Visiting Scholar is Rev. Dr. Ray Aldred, director of the Indigenous Studies program at the Vancouver School of Theology.
Attend a special film screening of "Peace by Chocolate", hosted by University of Waterloo’s Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS 325) students.
Join us to celebrate Paul Penner's retirement and lifetime of contributions to Grebel with a talent show night out. Wear your best tie!
A Plot-Driven People: Mennonite Narratives in the Age of Nationalism (1870-1945)
This year's Bechtel Lecturer in Anabaptist Studies is Dr. John P. Eicher, Associate Professor of History at Pennsylvania State University-Altoona.
Save the date for the March Open House for students interested in the University of Waterloo and living at Grebel.
Celebrating the achievements of Grebel Alumni Angie Koch, who has been awarded Grebel's 2023 Distinguished Alumni Service Award.
Please register in advanvce for this free event.
Celebrate the launch of Hildi Froese Tiessen's new book "On Mennonite/s Writing", collecting 18 essays that reflect a half-century of critical engagement in Mennonite writing.
Save the date for Grebel's Convocation Celebrations for 2024.
Enjoy Craft Beer, great food, and good company while mingling with fellow alumni. An alumni favourite!