Churches throughout the conference are trying a variety of approaches.
Methacton Mennonite Church
If they don’t say, “Keep this confidential,” are we at liberty to add them to the prayer list or to announce them at church?
Seeds for this community in Fairview Village were planted years ago—280 years ago, to be exact. They took root, surviving many seasons of struggle.
An Advent monologue written for use in worship at Methacton Mennonite Church by Marty Kolb-Wykoff. Members of the congregation have been taking turns sharing their “God-moments” during Sunday worship. This […]
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 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 […]
by Bobbi Smisko, spiritual director and member of Methacton Mennonite Church In hopes of expanding my understanding of our Anabaptist leanings in decision-making process, I attended Franconia Conference’s God-Centered Decision-Making […]
By Sandy Drescher Lehman, Pastor at Methacton Mennonite Church On July 21, 2017, disaster greeted the congregation of Methacton Mennonite Church as we gathered for worship. Our planned liturgy immediately […]
by Chris Nickels, Pastor at Spring Mount Mennonite Church On Sunday June 4, five Franconia Conference congregations (Wellspring, Methacton, Spring Mount, Frederick, and Providence) gathered in Skippack to worship together and […]
By Sandy Drescher-Lehman, Pastor of Methacton Mennonite Church Four Franconia Mennonite Conference churches met on the Sunday before Thanksgiving to proclaim the One who unifies them even amidst the diversity […]