We are inviting Grebel alumni and friends from Manitoba to join us at Brazen Hall Fort Rouge in Winnipeg for snacks and an afternoon beverage. Fred W. Martin will be there with some Grebel SWAG and an update on life at Grebel. Lots has changed since you've been on campus and it's always nice to connect in person. You may be interested to see who else from Grebel is living in Manitoba.
Bangishimo is an IndigiQueer Anishinaabe photographer originally from Couchiching First Nations. They are a community organizer for Idle No More and co-founder of O:se Kenhionhata:tie, also known as Land Back Camp.
We are looking forward to welcoming Theological Studies graduates back to Grebel for a special MTS alumni reunion on June 17, 2022.
The evening will include a light reception on the newly renovated Grebel patio, a short program, and time to socialize.
Save the date! Grebel alumni who graduated in 2020 and 2021 are invited back to campus to recognize their monumental achievements through four special in-person ceremonies hosted by the University of Waterloo.
1996-2022 Don Reunion
Dons from 1996-2022 are gathering to visit and wish Mary Brubaker-Zehr well in retirement.
Late '70s - Early '80s Alumni Reunion
Alumni from the late ’70s and early ’80s are taking a stroll down Memory Lane and you’re invited! Join us for this hybrid event in person or online. Those joining us in person will be treated to Grebel hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be available. Those joining us on Zoom will be able to view the presentation and live entertainment beginning at 4:15.
Try your hand at something new! Join Brubacher House 2022 Artist-in-Residence Yulia Balobanova for a fun series of June workshops as we capture the beauty of Brubacher House with pastel. No painting experience necessary— Yulia will guide us through the entire process from start to finish.
With Open Eyes & Open Hearts: Recognizing and living the journey of dying and death together
Aging brings us all into the reality of our own and others' mortality and the end of our material bodies. Advancements in treatment options for most life-threatening illnesses and diseases have increased our options exponentially, and now the responsibility for our choices lies within us. How we make these decisions for ourselves and respond to the decisions of our loved ones is influenced by many factors, including the generation we are born in (Silent Generation/Baby Boomers/Gen X/Millennials).
Voices Together: A Celebration of Art and Music explores the complementary nature of visual art and worship in the Mennonite Church. Featuring over a dozen works of art found in Voices Together, the exhibition offers visitors a more intimate view of the art found in this new Mennonite hymnal.