Twin Cities MCC Fall 2016 Fundraiser
Fundraising Event to Support Mennonite Central Committee
Saturday, October 22, 2016 |5 :00 p.m.

Valley Community Presbyterian Church

3100 Lilac Dr. N., Golden Valley, MN

Join us for an evening of music and story telling, to benefit the Mennonite Central Committee’s work in behalf of relief, development, and peace, all undertaken in the name of Christ.

Combining music and stories, Ken Sensenig & Les Gustafson-Zook (SenseLes) share about the work of Mennonite Central Committee. Ken is a storyteller and the Assistant Director at MCC East Coast and has many years of experience with MCC to draw from for past and present stories of MCC work. Les is a musician who works with MCC Great Lakes in Constituent Relations and uses home-made, thrift-shop worthy instruments to introduce the themes of MCC through song. Together they create an entertaining and informative presentation that will be enjoyed by all!

The evening includes a light buffet sit-down meal. There is no admission charge, but please come prepared to donate generously as you are able in support of MCC. Reservations are required as seating is limited. Please indicate your intention to attend by responding to  or 763-427-4468 as soon as possible.


Visa and Master Card accepted for all purchases from the main auction.

Free admission and parking

Directions: Valley Community Presbyterian Church is just east of Highway 100 (behind the sound barrier) in Golden Valley. If coming from the south, exit Highway 100 at Duluth Street, go east two blocks and turn north on Regent Ave. Go about 1.3 miles and look for a sign pointing left to the church. If coming from the north, exit Highway 100 at 36th Ave. North, go east one block to Regent Ave. and turn south (right) on Regent Ave. Go four blocks and look for a sign pointing right to the church.

Sponsored by Twin Cities MCC Relief Sale Board and Area Mennonite Churches

About MCC Relief Sales – All proceeds go to the Mennonite Central Committee. MCC’s work around the world includes hunger relief, economic development and a commitment to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. 464 sales in the U.S. and Canada raised over $5.5 million dollars in 2007 for Mennonite Central Committee programs.