Questions and concern around immigration have become increasingly important for members of Franconia Conference, which has seen a increase in immigrant congregations over the past decade.
by Emily Ralph Servant, Interim Director of Communication The house sits on Emily Street, a three-story, red-brick townhouse whose stoop rests directly on the sidewalk along a narrow city street. […]
… a true experience of the joy of seeing God’s Spirit going above and beyond what we could have hoped for or imagined.
Is the church in Acts an accurate model as to what our intercultural engagement in Franconia Conference is supposed to look like?
On April 14 approximately 80 women from across Franconia and Eastern District Conferences joined together at Towamencin Mennonite Church for the annual Sister Care Gathering. The theme was “Darkness Unfolding as […]
By Barbie Fischer, Communication Manager Franconia Mennonite Conference Delegates voted at the 1987 Assembly to allow congregations to request credentialing for female leaders. That vote led to two women entering […]
by Marta Castillo Sitting, learning, laughing, crying, and sharing in a group of 30 Spanish-speaking women leaders and pastors is an experience that is unrivaled. The Spirit of the living […]
A big lesson learned was that we are all displaced.