Courageously doing the work of trauma healing for ourselves and others requires all of us to do our part so that we do not transmit our unhealed pain and suffering on to others.
This pandemic invites people of faith to hold in tension fear and trust, despair and hope, death and life.
“I had enjoyed congregational ministry. But my conference role feels like a culminating experience. My journey has not been traditional.”
All of a sudden, something clicked. My long-term memory caught up with my short-term memory. It was an “ah-ha” moment that I couldn’t explain …
“I believe their desire is for MC USA to be faithful followers of Jesus and to be an Anabaptist witness to the world.”
by Mary Nitzsche, Associate Executive Minister The slogan, “Doing together what we cannot do alone,” was put into action on Friday evening, September 28, when three Franconia Conference congregations partnered […]
These stories remind us of who God is, who we are, how we are a part of a larger family…
I am grateful now for a full staff team after over a year of navigating through changes.
There is still a sense of surprise for me that we are here in this time and place.
Jesus’ experiences, words, and actions inspire movement.
Franconia Conference continues to follow God’s call, sharing the Good News of Christ Jesus and empowering and equipping others to, as well. Executive Minister Steve Kriss said, “We have much […]
There is much work that is done within the Conference and each person, committee, taskforce, congregations and Conference Related Ministry plays a role in that work. On April 13, Franconia […]
By Barbie Fischer, Communication Manager Franconia Mennonite Conference Delegates voted at the 1987 Assembly to allow congregations to request credentialing for female leaders. That vote led to two women entering […]