As described by Mennonite Church USA:mcusa logo

Mennonites are Christians

  • We believe in the lordship and saving grace of Jesus Christ.
  • We yearn to grow more like Christ.
  • We believe in the triune God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Mennonites are Anabaptists

  • We are neither Catholic nor Protestant, but we share ties to those streams of Christianity. We cooperate as a sign of our unity in Christ and in ways that extend the reign of God’s Kingdom on earth.
  • We are known as “Anabaptists” (not anti-Baptist) – meaning “rebaptizers.” The Anabaptist movement began in the 16th Century in Europe.

Mennonites are not a closed group

Mennonites value the sense of family and community that comes with:

  • a shared vision of following Jesus Christ
  • accountability to one another, and
  • the ability to agree and disagree in love.

We are not a closed group. You are welcome to join us as together we follow Jesus and pursue Christ’s purpose in the world. Our vision is one of healing and hope:

  • God calls us
  • to be followers of Jesus Christ


  • by the power of the Holy Spirit,
  • to grow as communities of grace, joy and peace,

so that

  • God’s healing and hope flow through us to the world.

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