I changed my mindset from one of fear to one of strength by focusing on healing.
Salford Mennonite Church
… each platform seemed to offer a valued sense of community to each other, especially during this time of social distancing and unknown.
We are a joyful learning community eager to live and share the peaceable way of Jesus.
Showing up, being present, putting yourself out there, and trying with all of who you are, is taking a huge risk.
Authentic servanthood leadership is something to aspire to, but it takes perseverance, practice and resilience.
“Each year it is a gift to interact with this next generation of leaders. We learn alongside them and contribute to their formation in the way of Christ’s peace.”
Franconia Conference has begun building an intercultural youth formation team to resource youth leaders and to connect youth across congregations, geographies, and cultures.
… a true experience of the joy of seeing God’s Spirit going above and beyond what we could have hoped for or imagined.
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 Mike Ford, Associate Pastor of Youth, Blooming Glen Mennonite Church This past month, PA Interfaith Power and Light (PA IPL) organized two groups totaling 18 bicyclists to ride from […]
by Mark R. Wenger – Pastoral Team Leader and Pastor of Administration, Franconia Mennonite Church How does church membership work in Franconia Conference? How do you become a church member? […]
According to the 2006 Church Member Profile, more than 1 in 5 women in MC USA congregations have experienced sexual abuse or violation; here in 2018, we can only speculate on what […]
As Mennonites, we have a strong heritage of nonviolence, often referred to as pacifism, as we work to embody and live out the words of Christ to “love our enemies,” […]