“I enjoy watching congregations own their decisions, lean into them, and try to be faithful to what God is calling them to do.”
Doylestown Mennonite Church
Showing up, being present, putting yourself out there, and trying with all of who you are, is taking a huge risk.
Though the congregation’s history is long, we have a youthful energy and flexibility.
As we continue to discern our way forward as a new Conference, I invite you to reflect on your sense of belonging, both on congregational and conference levels.
“Challenges and criticism will come frequently enough and you will need to have a strong bank account of affirmation to keep your balance.”
by KrisAnne Swartley, Pastor of Formation & Mission at Doylestown congregation 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 may be one of the most well-known passages of the Bible, but how often do we […]
… a true experience of the joy of seeing God’s Spirit going above and beyond what we could have hoped for or imagined.
Even the suggestion that our practice of prayer needed to be altered raised some eyebrows.
I long to expand my palate to those experiences that may not seem sugar-coated.
We talk differently and about different things because we are in different spaces.
by Esther Good Following the terrorist attacks in Paris, France in November, and in San Bernardino, California in December, many have struggled with the question of how we should relate […]
In the spring of 2014, Doylestown Mennonite Church’s three-year experiment, called the missional journey, came to an end.
On Saturday, February 28, Doylestown Mennonite Church will host a day-long conference called “The New Parish: How Neighborhood Churches Are Transforming Mission, Discipleship and Community.” The training will be led […]