Mennonite Community Church

 

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“True evangelical faith cannot lie dormant...

It clothes the naked,
it feeds the hungry,
it comforts the sorrowful,
it shelters the destitute,
it serves those that harm it,
it binds up that which is wounded,

it has become all things to all people.” — Menno Simons

 

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Part of the Anabaptist
Faith Tradition

One of the three original Historic Peace Church Denominations

 


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Mennonite Community Youth Program


At Mennonite Community Church the High School Youth Group (Menno Q) is an important and active part of our church and larger community.

We seek to foster an open and accepting community that loves God and our neighbor.

Sunday Morning

We meet on Sunday morning at 9:30-10:30 before the worship service. During this time we study the Bible and engage in meaningful conversations. Together, we try and find answers to difficult questions but we recognize that there is no one right answer, nor are there any easy answers.

Wednesday Evening

Every Wednesday night Menno Q gathers with our sister church, College Community Mennonite Brethren Church at 6:00 PM to fellowship together. This time was created to encourage meaningful and lasting friendships to walk together on our journey of faith. We spend our time cooking and eating together as well as doing various indoor and outdoor activities.

In addition to meeting on Sundays and Wednesdays we try to balance social events and service projects. At least once a month we try to gather together to serve our community by volunteering at various organizations or just picking up trash on the streets. We have also participated in the CROP Walk, 30 Hour Famine, biked to the foothills for a camping trip, carved pumpkins, walked down Christmas Tree Lane and played broomball. We always have fun no matter what we do!

We also have an active mentoring program for all youth wanting a mentor, from grades 6-12. Each mentor and mentee spend time together, developing a one-on-one relationship.