By weaving together stories of children with disabilities with an understanding of who God is, her writings demonstrate how God cares for all of us.
Souderton Mennonite Church
As I learned how to care for and share my sourdough starter, our congregation also shared their ingredients of love, compassion, desire, and care with our broader community.
I did not have a vision. I did not hear a voice. In fact, the further along I went, the more obstacles showed up as well as unexpected curves.
When asked about Souderton Mennonite Church, we answer, come and see who we are so we can show you why we exist…
“Today we celebrate the ministry of reconciliation that has been and will continue to be our life’s work.”
I sensed that this gift and prayer were aligning with something much bigger that God was already doing there.
It’s a representation of who the 7,000 of us are in less than a 24-hour timeline.
Last year Methacton Mennonite Church experienced their community knocking on their door, as they collectively grieved the loss of “The Methacton Oak” thought to be over 380 years old. Pastor […]
By Eszter Bentch I thought I knew that serving, ministry, and most of what I do is not about me. I also thought I knew how to serve others. It […]
These experiences are some of the best investments that we make together with our Conference resources.
By Dawn Moore, Souderton Mennonite Church I had heard there would be a dancing star, singing angels, and a band of clever shepherds in the Christmas Eve musical at Souderton […]
Since 2011, Franconia and Eastern District Conferences have come together for an annual fall Assembly holding separate business sessions, yet enjoying joint times of worship on Friday evening and Saturday […]