As people committed to mutual transformation through intercultural relationships, we acknowledge the racism that fueled yesterday’s rally and siege of the Capitol. We grieve the continued power that white racial narratives hold over us as a nation and, particularly, as followers of Jesus.
Phone calls, emails, Zoom meetings, processing, testing, writing, texting, researching, discussing, and more is happening in preparation for Mosaic Conference Assembly weekend on November 7-8, 2020.
The scholarship program encourages young people to explore the integration of faith and finances while helping them on their educational journeys.
The service will be available beginning at 10:55am Eastern, 7:55am Pacific on May 31, 2020. Please refresh your screen if you can’t see the feed. Interpretation: Creole: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85341443179 OR […]
Resources, information, articles and updates during the COVID-19 crisis.
For our Virtual Conference-Wide Pentecost Worship Service on May 31st, all are warmly invited to add their voices to a special virtual choir!
The Mennonite Heritage Center is inviting persons from our Mennonite communities to help by responding to a Coronavirus Crisis Survey …
Many of us feel incredibly helpless as we watch the news. We want to help. We want to find medical supplies for the health workers who are caring for patients. […]
Asher was born Monday, March 23 to Marina and Hendy Matahelemual. (Hendy is our conference Pastor of Formation & Communication.) All are doing well. Asher will join big brothers Judah […]
Give to the Shalom Mutual Aid Fund* (Updated: March 26, 9:30 am) Technology: Simple steps to use Facebook Live for a virtual service using a cell phone (video) Facebook Live […]
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During this time of responding to the public health emergency of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Conference leadership has encouraged localized decision-making that prioritizes both love of God and love of neighbor.
Our church was wonderful at being gracious and compassionate with our neighbors, when they were people mostly like us.