Groups have been trying for years to bridge the gap between Mennonitism and evangelicalism, but that bridge has always been
ELKHART, Ind. — Several women stood around the nascent quilt spread on the floor of Hively Avenue Mennonite Church one Saturday last month. They were examining the illustrated pieces of cloth tentatively placed across it by two separate groups.
“See the contrast between the two halves,” said one of the quilters. “Theirs looks a little more . . . ”