Mennonite Church


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Noun1.Mennonite Church - formed from the Anabaptist movement in the 16th centuryMennonite Church - formed from the Anabaptist movement in the 16th century; noted for its simplicity of life
Protestant denomination - group of Protestant congregations
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Cynetha Millsaps of Community Mennonite Church of Chicago.
Erica Lea will serve Albuquerque Mennonite Church as the first openly LGBT person to be selected as a lead pastor in the Mennonite Church USA, the church announced Sept.
Susan Kauffman, one of Covenant's founders, grew up in a conservative Mennonite church in Indiana.
Luyken joined the Mennonite Church in 1673, during the Mennonite Golden Age period in Holland, when many prominent citizens either joined the church or at least did not mind being associated with it.
Jongeward ran into woods behind the Village Oaks apartment complex, the Wellsprings Friends School and Mennonite Church, while Churchill High School, Kennedy Middle School and McCornack Elementary School were placed on a lockdown.
In December, Richard Gehring, co-pastor of the Manhattan Mennonite Church, read a letter signed by nine pastors representing five Manhattan churches in support of the change.
For the first time in its history, the Anglican Church of Canada will enter into a bilateral ecumenical dialogue with Mennonite Church Canada (MCC) following a motion passed at General Synod, July 12.
Mennonites expect Christians who transfer membership to the Mennonite Church to accept and share this understanding of baptism.
Jeff McLain is the Chuck-Taylor wearing Associate Pastor at East Petersburg Mennonite Church.
United Revival Mennonite Church is co-owner of the $8.
Last year The Mennonite, the magazine of the Mennonite Church in the USA, published a press release about the resignation of its editor, Everett Thomas.
This issue of The Mennonite Quarterly Review is devoted to the theme of sexual abuse--and the related motifs of discipline, healing, and forgiveness--within the Mennonite Church, with a particular focus on the controversy surrounding the actions of its most widely recognized theologian, John Howard Yoder (1927-1997).

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