It can pay for a Mennonite Central Committee relief sale to try out an online auction. Prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, many sales around the U.S. and Canada are shifting to virtual events, often with positive results.
Three and a half years ago, four of us — Barth Hague and Hannah Heinzekehr of The Mennonite and Paul Schrag and myself of Mennonite World Review — met one Saturday morning in Newton, Kan., to talk about the future of our two publications.
With a new Mennonite hymnal about to roll off the press, people have questions about numbers. What’s No. 1? What will “606” be now? Planners have some answers as Voices Together, the hymnal for Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada, nears publication.
Tabor College is working with Mennonite Disaster Service and the city of Hillsboro, Kan., to convert some rooms of the former Hillsboro Community Medical Center into quarantine housing for Tabor students, should they test positive for COVID-19.