Penn Foundation, a Mosaic Conference Related Ministry (CRM), and St. Luke’s University Health Network are pleased to announce the completion of their merger, effective July 1, 2021. Penn Foundation is […]
Conference Related Ministries
Mosaic Conference Board has charged the CRM committee with the work of providing Conference presence and support for the work, staff, and clients of our CRM ministries. As a committee, we want to walk beside CRMs, providing resources, visibility, and foundational belonging while enhancing our relationships.
What began as a mission to provide a home for senior adults and care for their basic needs has evolved into a vibrant, life-giving community that cares for the physical, mental, emotional, and social needs of every resident. Our mission to empower older adults and families to lead lives of purpose and joy guides all that we do.
Peaceful Living is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that identifies and seeks to engage the gifts of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Scott Roth often says, “Most people have learned to ride a bike. Most people smile as they ride and cry when they fall. The good news is that we get to be Jesus to most people since most people have a bike.” Jesus used fish and healing to bless others. Bike & Sol blesses and heals through bicycles.
Still rooted in its Mennonite heritage, Frederick Living’s focus is on living well in every aspect of our lives…body, mind and spirit. Their mission is, “In the spirit of Christian love, Frederick Living cares for and enriches the lives of older adults, while valuing the staff, volunteers and community that serve them.”
At Spruce Lake & Pinebrook, people of all ages from varying backgrounds can feel the Lord’s presence, focus on their relationship with Him, and experience the diversity of Christians interacting as friends.
George, a 4-foot stuffed gorilla on “staff” at Living Branches (a Conference Related Ministry, CRM, retirement community in southeastern PA), stepped up when life shut down.
One thing we don’t question is the inner strength and faith in God of the PPMI pastors and spouses. They have seen miracles when there was no hope. When all seems lost, they do not give up.
The core mission of Bethany Birches Camp is to help young people develop their relationship with God by providing them with a Christ-centered camping experience in a natural and nurturing environment.
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.
The mission of Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) is to provide business solutions to poverty.
Care & Share is not only about raising money for MCC. It stands as a place where community is built.