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History of Kitchener MB Church

In retrospect, KMB is the “mother church” of the Ontario Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches. Its founding in 1925 gave it an exciting and optimistic beginning. Many of the founding members had personal ties to the early Mennonite Brethren churches in what is now Russia and Ukraine. In recognition of this close connection, it was first named Molotschna Mennonite Brethren Church of Kitchener. From the start there was rapid numerical and healthy spiritual growth. There also was significant organizational development. This growth resulted in the creation of new churches.

KMB continues to develop leaders and to sustain growth. As in the New Testament churches, the Lord has stood by our congregation. To be sure, the church and its members have experienced testing in their faith, but God was faithful to give the needed grace. Today, KMB shows much evidence of a healthy church at work in the Kingdom of God.

KMB has enjoyed strong pastoral leadership throughout its history. In the last 25 years KMB has added associate and youth pastors to the mix. Lay leadership at KMB also has developed. The Church Leadership Board has been authorized by the KMB membership to govern the affairs and assets of the church. All ministry functions are under the leadership of Pastors Vidya and Alex. 


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Kitchener MB Church
19 Ottawa St. N.
Kitchener, ON
N2H 3K2

(p) 519-745-5144
(f) 519-745-8683