Mennonite Central Committee in the United States is inviting its supporters and the public to join a livestreamed celebration of its 100 years of ministry at 6:50 p.m. EDT Oct. 17.
On July 25, Evanston Mennonite Church in Illinois sent more than $20,000 given by North American Mennonites to Moms Against Poverty for an Iran aid project.
Some of the 35 youth who gave their lives to Christ during an August Bible camp in the Democratic Republic of Congo had been conscripted by forces of the Kamuina Nsapu rebellion in 2017. The anti-government revolt devastated the Nyanga area, killing people and plundering fields and homes.
COVID-19 has forced many people to embrace new forms of resilience, often spurring creativity. Two Lancaster, Pa., leaders serving the refugee and immigrant communities have been doing just that: Patience Buckwalter, executive director of the Grape Leaf Empowerment Center, and Krista Martin, Eastern Mennonite Missions Kingdom Team director.