Join others in commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s anti-war “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence” speech while opposing the militarized drone base at the Horsham Air Guard Station. You are invited to this “witness in a time of endless war” on the grassy knoll at the corner of County Line
Category Archives: Bulletin Announcements
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Do you enjoy high quality, classical music? Solomia Soroka, professional violinist and Professor of Music at Goshen College, will share a violin recital with our community, and will also be introducing her newly recorded album. The recital is free of charge, and will take place at Salford Mennonite Church on Thursday, March 16 at 6:00
Junior High youth and sponsors: March 17 is the date of this year’s Late Night Blast at Dock Mennonite Academy! From 6:30 to 11:30 pm, we will have inspiring worship featuring Juan Marrero, fun games planned by Spruce Lake staff, great fellowship and all the pizza you can eat. Contact John Stoltzfus (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions or see the attached flyer.
Join Souderton Mennonite Church for the House of Prayer, now through March 5 between the hours of 9:00 am and 9:00 pm in the church’s fellowship hall. Come and go as you please, and make use of the many multi-sensory prayer stations, a walk-through prayer labyrinth, a hands-on section for kids, and more ways to
Souderton Mennonite Church will be the host site for an Alzheimer’s Association sponsored Dementia Caregiver’s Support Group held the fourth Thursday of the month beginning February 23 at 6:30 pm. This group is open to friends, family members and caregivers of someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or a related Dementia. For more info, contact Debbie Hedrick at
Ken Reed, author of the new historical novel, “Both My Sons”, will be at the Mennonite Heritage Center on Sunday, February 19 at 2:00 pm. Reed will be performing a 15-minute dramatic monologue based on the main character of his new historical novel and speaking about the challengers of writing historical fiction. Admission is free.
Space is still available for the Peace Retreat February 10-12 at the beautiful St. Mary of Providence Center in Elverson, PA. Day registration is also available. Mennonite pastor, educator, and environmentalist Todd Wynward will speak at this retreat entitled “Rewilding the Way: Breaking Free to Follow an Untamed God”. Email Carolyn Boyd – email@example.com – for registration or see the attached brochure
Karen’s Place — the coffee shop ministry of Doylestown Mennonite Church — will be open on Saturday, February 4 at 7:00 pm, featuring Baz McGuire. There is no admission charge, and they will donate a percentage of proceeds to Worthwhile Wear. For information please call the church office at 215-345-6377 or visit www.karensplace.org. Through acts of service, struggles
The Highland Presbyterian Church of Lancaster will present an evening program on “Drone Warfare – How Does a Christian Respond?,” on Friday. January 27 at 7:00 pm. This presentation by the Highland Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Committee will be moderated by Titus Peachey. All are welcome to join in the celebration of God’s goodness at
The January issue of Peace & Justice News from the Peace & Justice Committee of Eastern District and Franconia Conferences is now posted at http://efpjc.ppjr.org. This issue includes stories on Building a Better Peace and a report on MCC’s Native American Learning Tour. Karen’s Place — the coffee shop ministry of Doylestown Mennonite Church —