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Who are the Mennonites.

Mennonite Church USA is an Anabaptist, Christian denomination with roots in the Radical Reformation of 16th-century Europe. It is the largest Mennonite denomination in the United States with 16 conferences, approximately 530 congregations and 62,000 members.

The Mennonite Church today is growing rapidly in many parts of the world, and the majority of Mennonites currently reside in the southern hemisphere. MC USA is part of Mennonite World Conference, a global faith family that includes churches in 86 countries. In the United States, Mennonite Church USA includes people who come from many faith traditions, ethnicities, nationalities and backgrounds.

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Keep up with Mennonite Church USA’s work through our blogs, news stories and various e-newsletters.


Lent At Home: Jesus Blesses the Children

Lent At Home: Jesus Blesses the Children

We are sharing weekly Scripture and rituals to observe Lent at home. You can follow the series on the blog and/or download the full Lent At.. Read More →
Nurturing more life-giving community

Nurturing more life-giving community

This post is part of Mennonite Church USA’s Cost of War: Learn, Pray, Join initiative. David Lapp-Jost lives in Bammental, Germany, where he works with.. Read More →
Praying toward creative peacemaking

Praying toward creative peacemaking

This post is part of Mennonite Church USA’s Cost of War: Learn, Pray, Join initiative. MC USA is encouraging congregations to pray this prayer on Palm.. Read More →


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Churchwide Agencies.

The five agencies and ministries of Mennonite Church USA collaborate in carrying out the vision and collective mission of the denomination.