We may need to learn some “new moves,” as we seek to live out our deeply-rooted Anabaptist Christian values in fresh, creative ways in this ever-changing culture.
“I’ve been overwhelmed by people’s generosity to each other and to their communities. People have gone above and beyond.”
Most of us have no idea of the difficulties faced by not having a plastic card with our picture and personal information on it.
Community support was instrumental to the founding of Penn Foundation, and it continues to be a key factor in our ability to provide mental health and addiction care to our community.
I believe the blood of Jesus is one “spiritual” flag that can unite us.
In this episode, pastor Joy Sawatzky describes her passion for exploring the stories of her congregants at the senior living community of Souderton Mennonite Homes, which is part of Living Branches.
Even books with hard messages can offer hope when the print, paper, and binding are a physical reminder of the power of the word.
The mission of Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) is to provide business solutions to poverty.
While Jim King is glad to have some extra room now in his freezer, his purpose is less about food and more to do with community.
“I’ve had two tracks in my professional life: communication and church. When these two passions overlap, as they do in my current role, it makes me very happy.”
Care & Share is not only about raising money for MCC. It stands as a place where community is built.
What do we actually want a pastor to do? What do we hope pastors accomplish? Who is it that influences such conversations?
Our mission is: To educate, inspire and witness to the church and community by collecting, preserving and sharing the Anabaptist/Mennonite story.