Following is a list of official resolutions and churchwide statements adopted by Mennonite Church USA.
Resolutions and Statements receive broad support across the church and give direction for faithfulness, often on a current issue. They are approved by the Delegate Assembly, which meets every two years at the Mennonite Church USA Convention.
For more information on resolutions and statements, as well as current guidelines, see Developing Resolutions for Mennonite Church USA.
Statements by Mennonite Church USA staff can be found here.
A Resolution for Repentance and Transformation (Church statement)
Clarification on Mennonite Church USA Polity and the Role of the Membership Guidelines of Mennonite Church USA (Organizational resolution)
MC USA Accessibility Resolution (Church statement)
For Justice in the U.S. Criminal Legal System (Study resolution. No delegate action required.)
Churchwide Statement on the Abuse of Child Migrants
Resolution on Seeking Peace in Israel and Palestine
Resolution on Faithful Witness Amid Endless War
Resolution on Forbearance in the Midst of Differences
Resolution on the Status of the Membership Guidelines
Churchwide Statement on Sexual Abuse
Resolution: Expressions of Lament and Hope
A statement of support for our Palestinian and Israeli partners in peacemaking
Churchwide Statement on Immigration (Revision of 2003 statement)
Protecting and Nurturing our Children and Youth
Creation Care Resolution for Mennonite Church USA
Statement against Human Trafficking, Modern Day Slavery
Resolution on Healthcare Access: Next Step
A Resolution on Following Christ and Growing Together as Communities Even in Conflict
Membership in Christian Churches Together
Support for Bill to Apologize to Native Americans
Mennonite Church USA Healthcare Access Summary
Mennonite Church USA Healthcare Access Initiative
Resolution on Health Care Access
Membership Guidelines for the formation of Mennonite Church USA
A Resolution: The Death Penalty
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