March 26 announcements

Deep Run East Mennonite Church is holding their Senior High Youth Auction on Saturday, April 6 with dinner at 4:00 pm and the auction at 6:00 pm. Lots of great homemade items, gift certificates, and more — something to bid on for all ages. Funds raised will go toward the youth service trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, admission is free. If you have questions, call 215-766-8380.


A Community Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Deep Run East Mennonite Church on Saturday, April 13 starting at 10:00 am. Children ages 1 through 10 are invited to come with their own baskets to collect the eggs, and there will be lots of great prizes!  This event will be held rain or shine.


Line Lexington Mennonite Church will host a Community Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 14, 3:00 pm for toddlers to age 8!  Join the fun — all activities are free, including crafts, food, candy & eggs!  Visit for event details. 


The MAMA Project invites you to join them at their annual Banquet and Silent Auction to be held Saturday, April 13, 5:30 pm at Finland Mennonite Church. Guest speaker Dale Ressler, director of Friends of Shirati, will speak on upcoming projects in Shirati, Tanzania.  Please RSVP by April 11 to Jon at or call 215-679-4338. Donations are still being accepted, and proceeds will support program work in India, Kenya, and Tanzania.      


Delaware Valley MEDA Network invites persons interested in the work of MEDA (Mennonite Economic Development Associates) to a networking reception on Thursday, April 18 to meet Dr. Dorothy Nyambi, new MEDA CEO/President. The event will be held at Franconia Mennonite Church from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, and light refreshments will be served. While reservations are not required, your RSVP will assist with planning; RSVP to


Salford Mennonite Child Care Centers is looking for full time toddler teachers.  Early Childhood Education Degree or ECE credits within another degree are preferred.  Benefits include Health and Dental Insurance, paid time off, birthday bonuses. (EOE) Contact Christina Lynch at 215-256-6421 ext. 116, or  For more information please visit


Your graduate’s first year after high school is crucial, and Service Adventure is a sure way to make it count. Service Adventure is a 10-month program where young adults gain real-world experience through placements with nonprofit organizations, and learn to live and grow in household community with peers and a mentor. Call Lauren at 574-523-3022 or visit the web to find out more: