All are invited to a hymn sing hosted by the Mennonite Heritage Center at Klein’s Meetinghouse in Harleysville (driveway just south of the YMCA on Maple Ave.), on Sunday, September 17 at 4:00 pm. Singing will be from the 1927 Church Hymnal (Mennonite); books will be provided and an offering will be taken to support
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A Women’s Bible Study will be held at Deep Run East Mennonite Church on Thursdays from 9:30 am to 11:00 am, September 7 through December 7. This DVD and group discussion time will focus on the series, “That the World May Know” with Ray Vander Laan. The two series books will be, With All Your Heart and Walking with God. Cost is
As part of Salford Mennonite Church’s 300th anniversary celebration, noted theologian, speaker, author, and activist Brian D. McLaren will present on September 10 at 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. He will speak to the challenges facing North American Christianity, and offer his hope for the future of Anabaptist Christians and the North American Church while
Karen’s Place — the coffee shop ministry of Doylestown Mennonite Church — continues their “Monday Nights in August” concert series. Every Monday night in August at 7:30 pm will feature an outdoor concert, including Call Me Found with special guest Liz Collins on August 21 and Dana Isles & Facedown with special guest Wendy Schettig on
Karen’s Place — the coffee shop ministry of Doylestown Mennonite Church — continues their “Monday Nights in August” concert series. Every Monday night in August at 7:30 pm will feature an outdoor concert, including Basic Connection with special guests Dominick Cox and Egypt Speaks on August 14. Concerts are free; bring your lawn chairs (in
Join Living Branches on Saturday, August 26 for the annual Chicken BBQ, Silent Auction, and Gospel Music Fest at Souderton Mennonite Homes. There will be a special menu available in the Apple Orchard Café, games and entertainment for the younger crowd, a petting zoo and a show from the Lehigh Valley Zoo, music from the
The Mennonite, Inc. welcomes your original submissions and contributions for their October 2017 print magazine issue focusing on “Scripture: Texts that move and shape you”. They welcome written reflections, original photography, multimedia products and artwork on the theme. Submissions are due no later than August 1 and should be sent to Editor@TheMennonite.org. Download the full editorial guidelines HERE. Karen’s Place —
The 2nd Annual Indian Creek Foundation Sporting Clays Challenge will be held Wednesday, September 27 at Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays. Proceeds from the event will support ICF’s programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and autism. For information regarding registration and sponsorships, click here.
Penn Foundation invites you to join them for a screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary Life, Animated, followed by a panel discussion about autism. This event will be held Tuesday, July 25, 4:00 to 6:15 pm in the Univest Community Room, Loux Healthcare Center (807 Lawn Ave., Sellersville). Reserve your free seats by July 18 HERE.
The Miller-Keystone Blood Drive will be held Thursday, July 13, 3:30 to 7:30 pm at Swamp Mennonite Church. For more info, contact Jodie Foley at 215-541-3165. The Mennonite Heritage Center Used Book Sale will be held July 20 to 22 and 25 to 27 in the museum building. Great books available at low prices! July 20