“I’ve been overwhelmed by people’s generosity to each other and to their communities. People have gone above and beyond.”
I thank God for His faithfulness and love as God waits for my response to His calling.
We have the opportunity to continue to change and live into our new name which emphasizes the value of each piece, each person, each community, created in the image of God.
Churches throughout the conference are trying a variety of approaches.
“Today we celebrate the ministry of reconciliation that has been and will continue to be our life’s work.”
Questions and concern around immigration have become increasingly important for members of Franconia Conference, which has seen a increase in immigrant congregations over the past decade.
I believe that food is the entrance to the heart and soul …
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 […]
by Paula Marolewski, Franconia Conference Board Member and Elder at Perkiomenville Mennonite Church What characterizes the culture of Franconia Mennonite Conference (FMC) today? How do we respond to the crowded, […]
By Sharon Williams Joyful, heartfelt praise to God filled the new home for Nations Worship Center (NWC) on Sunday afternoon, November 20. The house was packed as the congregation gathered […]
by Beny Krisbianto, Nations Worship The words “waiting” and “impossible” aren’t fun words to discuss. The word “boring” is usually associated with the word “waiting” and the word “finished” or […]
by Samantha Lioi, minister of peace & justice, Franconia Mennonite Conference Pastor Beny Krisbianto and other leaders of Nations Worship Center in Philadelphia are celebrating a milestone in their long […]
by Lora Steiner, managing editor The Lord works in mysterious ways, and the Spirit leads in mysterious ways: sometimes to faraway lands, sometimes to stretching local ministries—or sometimes, back to […]