Category - mennonite

  • November 3, 2012

    Regional and global church groups are working to bring “development, advocacy and conflict resolution” into the Colombian peace process.

  • October 5, 2012

    A national ‘Faith in Conflict’ conference due to be held in Coventry next year will seek to improve the way churches deal with internal conflict.

  • February 8, 2012

    A book book chronicling the Kenya Mennonite Church’s 50-year history has been put together in Africa and will be published next year.

  • December 13, 2011

    Church leaders in Guatemala have played a significant role in the struggle to thwart controversial plans by a European energy giant, defending the widely ignored rights of the indigenous community, writes Tobias Roberts, on assignment with Mennonite Central Committee from North America. ENEL is the largest utility in Italy and the second largest in Europe, with revenues of more than US$100 billion in 2010.

  • December 2, 2011

    A recent press comment from Mennonite World Conference acts as a helpful reminder of an important declaration inviting belief communities - faith-based and otherwise - to commit to peace in the midst of a world still riven with conflict and religiously- or ideologically-sanctioned violence.

  • December 2, 2011

    Mennonite leaders have reflected positively on their recent experiences of a day of reflection, dialogue and personal prayer in Assisi, Italy.

  • November 21, 2011

    Mennonites have been reflecting on the significance of the recent second international gathering of the Global Christian Forum (GCF).

  • November 10, 2011

    Mennonites have planted two trees in the 'Luthergarten' in Wittenberg, Germany, to mark the deepening of Mennonite-Lutheran relations.

  • October 11, 2011

    An NGO supported by Mennonites has made a significant contribution to the Lutheran church's work at refugee camps serving the Horn of Africa.

  • August 18, 2011

    Theology is ‘wrestling with the unfathomable mystery of God’, but to enlighten rather than to obscure, says Simon Barrow, paying tribute to two Mennonite scholars and pastors, Alan and Eleanor Kreider, as part of a festschrift entitled 'Forming Christian Habits in Post-Christendom'.