Muddy Pond Mennonite Community - Tennessee
Located in Hanging Limb, the Muddy Pond Mennonite Settlement has a variety of family-owned businesses offering baked goods, molasses, and leather productions.
Mennonite - Wikipedia
Mennonite; Total population; 2,100,000: Founder; Peaceful Anabaptists: Regions with significant populations; Africa: 735,000: North America: 672,000: Asia and Pacific: 420,000
Mennonite Central Committee U.S. | Relief, development and ...
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God's love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.
Visiting The Desbarats, Ontario Old Order Mennonite ...
Have you ever visited an Old Order Mennonite community? One of our readers recently did, and shares a look at an off-the-beaten-path Ontario settlement in today’s post.
Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill
Welcome to Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill. Our Mill is operated by the Guenther family and is located midway between Nashville and Knoxville in the hills of Tennessee.
Cozy Cabins & Cottages near Fall Creek Falls State Park
Cozy Cabins and Cottages welcomes you to the Fall Creek Falls area. Located between Pikeville and Spencer Tennessee, only five miles from the entrance to Fall Creek Falls State Park.
Mennonites in Tennessee | Entries | Tennessee Encyclopedia
Though the two groups of Mennonites in Tennessee share a religious background, only one functions as a distinct cultural and ethnic community.
Cabin At The Pond
Cabin rental in the Amish Mennonite Community of Muddy Pond, Tennessee
Kansas Amish Community - Amish America
Today’s Kansas Amish population is about 1,500, found in 7 settlements and 11 church districts (Young Center 2010). Kansas Amish settlements:
Welcome to Muddy Pond, Tennessee – Your complete guide to ...
Welcome to Muddy Pond, Tennessee HOME TO THE BEST SORGHUM AND FRIED PIES IN THE STATE Where in the world is Muddy Pond? Muddy Pond is located just outside of Monterey, Tennessee. You'll follow a narrow winding road up a steep hill through five or six sharp curves, turn left at the Mennonite church, and…