Mennonites believe in the centrality and inspiration of the Bible and in Jesus Christ as the One sent by God to bring reconciliation between the Creator and a broken world. We value both our Protestant and Catholic origins and we try to emphasize the connections between faith, words and actions. We believe baptism and church membership should be voluntary. We also emphasize community, peace and love, helping others and being a diverse and multi-cultural church.
In an era of mass marketing, uncontrolled consumerism, loneliness, and growing violence, we are working to create a sense of community for ourselves and our neighbors. You are welcome to join us. We are not a closed group. We believe that the best response to cynicism, doubt and isolation is to invite both friends and strangers to share the burdens and joys of life together — in Christ’s new community.
We are God's children, redeemed by the work of Jesus Christ, God's Son. As a local group of Christians, we share a common faith and are on a journey.
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Pigeon River Mennonite is a member of the Conservative Mennonite Conference (CMC). CMC has 113 congregations with 11,073 members in 24 states, 1 Canadian province, and Mexico. The conference also maintains active contact with international affiliates in Costa Rica, Ecuador, Germany, Haiti, India, Kenya, and Nicaragua that represent about 450 congregations.