“Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are called to extend God’s healing, hope and forgiveness to all” is our mission statement.
Conference leaders gather for conversation about EMU listening process
by Emily Ralph, associate director of communication Credentialed leaders from Franconia and Eastern District Conferences gathered on May 5, 2014 at Towamencin Mennonite Church (Kulpsville, Pa.) to dialogue with Loren […]
Ministerial Update (April 2014)
Steve Kriss, Director of Leadership Cultivation, provided this update from the March & April meetings of the Credentials and Ministerial Committees.
Introducing Towamencin Mennonite Church
Towamencin Mennonite Church is located on Sumneytown Pike in Kulpsville, adjacent to the Lansdale exit of the PA Turnpike. The church has been around since 1713.
Towamencin can be described as a family-friendly, traditional, Anabaptist congregation that is evolving in its diversity and mission.
Franconia Conference gathers to celebrate, pray, confer, listen
Franconia Conference delegates and leaders gathered November 2 at Penn View Christian School in Souderton, Pa. to celebrate God still at work. With a packed auditorium for a third united assembly with Eastern District Conference, representatives gathered to listen and pray, to celebrate newly credentialed and ordained pastoral leaders, and to work alongside one another after an over 150-year rift created two separate Mennonite entities. The theme “God still @ work” was an extension of the 2012 theme, “God @ work.”
The Shepherd's Village reaches out to Kenya
The people of Olkeri, Narok County in Kenya don’t have electricity, but thanks to a solar-powered well pump installed earlier this year, they now have a well they can use.
“It’s the first of its kind in that area,” said James Sankan, founder and president of The Shepherd’s Village and member of Towamencin congregation. “Prior to the well, the people were relying on two rivers for their water and the rivers were highly polluted.”
Spring Training 2012
Franconia Conference credentialed leaders from up and down the east coast met on Saturday, April 21, at Towamencin Mennonite Church for the first annual Spring Training, a time of equipping […]
Refreshing our vision for youth ministry
by Marlene Frankenfield, Salford, email@example.com As youth leaders, pastors, and youth gathered with Eastern District and Franconia Conference leaders in the fellowship hall at Towamencin Mennonite Church on June 6, […]