|We 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
Mondays at 8:30 am in the church conference room: Look at the Lectionary; a time to read and discuss the scripture readings appointed for the following Sunday.
February 16 10:30 am: Jonathan Brenneman, a member of the Christian Peacemaker Teams in Hebron, West Bank, will be sharing with us.
February 16 5-7 pm: Sunday Supper, an informal time of fellowship, food, and fun. Please bring a dish to share.
February 18, 7PM @ St. Thomas Episcopal—WFCA hosts a presentation from Cease Fire PA and a planning meeting for further action.
February 20—Women are invited to meet at SMH at 9:45 to carpool to the MCC Material Resource Center in Harleysville for a morning of knotting comforters followed by lunch at the Apple Orchard Café.
February 23, 3PM @ Salford Mennonite—Expressive Hymn Sing with Franconia-Lancaster Choral Singers, conducted by Ralph Alderfer.
March 5—Joint Ash Wednesday supper and service with St. John’s Lutheran. Please see the sign-up sheet in the lobby to get involved.
March 8—Conference Women’s Event from 9-1 at the Methacton Mennonite Meetinghouse. See the bulletin board for more information.
March 8 – 20/30/40′s group outing. Dinner followed by screening of the Academy Award Nominated film 5 Broken Cameras at American Friends Service Committee in center city. See Vicki, Mike, or Gretchen for details.
March 22—Save the date for our 4th annual Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner to raise funds for our youth activities. Stay tuned.
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