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

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Look at the Lectionary- a time to read and discuss the scripture readings appointed for the following Sunday resumes September 29.

October 5 is World Communion Sunday.

Fall Connection Community Nights are happening at Deep Run East Mennonite Church every Wednesday evening starting October 1st. Light dinner will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 pm (come when you can) followed by study groups for Kindergarten through adult from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The nursery will also be staffed. Questions call 215-766-8380.

All are invited to a resourcing breakfast event, being held Thursday, October 2nd to 10:00 am at Hennings in Harleysville. The cost is $9 per person, and registration is suggested at http://franconiaconference.org/rsvp/. Debbie Wright will be speaking on Human Trafficking: Cultivating a Christian response to modern day slavery.  Debbie leads a PA-based human trafficking awareness initiative –  www.fromlibertytocaptivity.com – and will share about how we can act to help bring freedom for millions around the world, even in our own neighborhoods.

Mark your calendars for the Apple Butter Frolic, Saturday, October 4th 4:00 pm at Mennonite Heritage Center. Featuring folk craft demonstrations, delicious PA German food, children’s activities, horse and wagon rides, farming demonstrations, sheep herding, a silent auction, an apple baking contest, Grandma’s Kitchen, and a pancake & apple sausage breakfast. For more information visit www.mhep.org, email info@mhep.org, or call 215-256-3020.

Line Lexington Mennonite Church invites you to Fall Fest on Sunday, October 5th 4:00 – 6:30 pm. Featured are Hayrides, Bounce House, Bungee Run and much much more! Come and join the fun. Contact the church office at 215-822-0446 for more information about this free event!

A Special Sale hosted by Ten Thousand Villages will be held at Deep Run East Mennonite Church, Thursday October 9th and Friday October 10th – noon to 8:00 pm, and Saturday, October 11th – 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, with a breakfast buffet from 8:00 to 11:00 am. All items, including jewelry, holiday items, home décor and personal discounted at 50% to 75% off! Questions – call 215-766-8380.

A Comforter Blitz will be held October 13th Material Resource Center. They will be knotting comforters all day, and snacks will be provided. Come out for a few hours or all day! MRC’s website is http://mcc-harleysville.org.

Christopher Dock Mennonite High School invites you to participate in some or all of the festivities throughout Homecoming Weekend. Please note the following activities:
Friday, October 17
Dock Fall Music Concert – 7:00 p.m.
Alumni of the Year presentations
Saturday, October 18
Disc Golf Open – Sellersville Disc Golf Course – 10:00 a.m.
Open House for Prospective Students/Families – 12:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Campus Tours – 1 – 4 p.m.
Dockers Camps (K – grade 6) – 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Free camps – Art, Chinese, Culinary Arts, Drama, Photography, Robotics,  Soccer, and Tennis (please contact Cody with name, grade, and T-shirt size at  advancementoffice@dockhs.org to sign up for specific camps)
Boys Varsity Soccer Game – 6:00 p.m.
Walking Roots Band Concert – 8:00 p.m. The Walking Roots Band is an acoustic-Americana, blue-ish grass, roots  music group . Visit www.dockhs.org for more information.

The Spirituality of Aging – a discussion led by pastor, seminary professor, and spiritual director, Marcus Smucker – will be held Tuesday, November 11th am at Souderton Mennonite Homes. This breakfast event is free, but registration is required – contact Margaret Zook at 215-368-4438 ext. 44231, or go to http://www.livingbranches.org/events/living-branches.

 

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.