Visit Ambler Mennonite ChurchWe invite you to learn more about our unique church fellowship. We are a congregation of persons from many denominational backgrounds. We are diverse in culture, ethnicity, education, and lifestyle, but we come together as a worshiping community with Jesus at the center. We accept the Scriptures as the Word of God and we promote the peace and justice understandings of Mennonite Church USA. Our mission extends beyond our meetinghouse to include our homes, work places, schools, the wider Ambler community, and our global neighbors. Please join us for Sunday school, worship, and our monthly fellowship meal. You will find us a friendly and down-to-earth assortment of people working together to bring the good news to a broken world. –Pastor Donna Merow

News and Events

The October issue of Peace & Justice News from the Peace & Justice Committee of Eastern District and Franconia Conferences is now posted at This issue includes an update on Mass Incarceration in Pennsylvania and a report on companies that contribute to the conflict in Israel-Palestine.

Dock Art Exhibits In combination with homecoming, Christopher Dock Mennonite High School will be exhibiting artist creations by teachers Roland Yoder, Tim Swartz, Alice Keppley, Libby Musselman, and Kim Bergey.  In addition, the art of 18 Dock alumni and current Penn View and Dock students will be on display.  Visit Rosenberger Academic Center on Saturday, October 17 from 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. to view the exhibits. Please access for more information.

Join us for A Day Apart of worship, storytelling, reflection, laughter, learning, blessing!  
Sponsored by Franconia Mennonite and Eastern District Conferences.  March 12 from 9-3 @ the Towamencin Meetinghouse.

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90 E Mt Pleasant Ave
Ambler, PA


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Worship Services

Sunday Service

♦ 10:00 am
(June – August)

♦ 10:30 am
(September – May)

Sunday School

♦ 9:30 am
(September – May)
for middle/high school and adults

Children’s Church for younger
children is held year-round
during the morning worship service.