Visit Ambler Mennonite Church

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

January 15, 2017 @ 4:00 pm—The annual ecumenical WFCA MLK Day service hosted by Bethlehem Baptist Church.

March 18, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm – Franconia Mennonite Conference Women’s Committee presents “Carrying Grandmother’s Purse – Accepting and/or Discarding our Baggage” at Towamencin Mennonite Church.  During our Women’s Gathering we will have time for praise and prayer, input by Tamira Good, discussion, and sharing with each other. This time apart from our daily lives is a retreat designed to help us shed what keeps us from God and from enjoying a fulfilled life, and accept what we are being offered that is life-giving. A $15 fee is requested, to cover registration and lunch (pay at the door).  Childcare is available at $5 per child. This event will be bi-lingual, in English and Spanish. Register at  http://women.franconiaconference.org/registrations 

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MCC has an ongoing need for school, hygiene, and relief kits to meet the global demands of dispossessed families and children. For information about the contents of these kits, visit mcc.org/kits.

 

90 E Mt Pleasant Ave
Ambler, PA
215-643-4876


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Sunday Service – 10:30 am
Sunday School (adults) – 9:30 am

Children’s Church (ages 8-3)
is held year-round during
the morning worship service.