Mennonite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mennonite; Total population; 2,100,000: Founder; Peaceful Anabaptists: Regions with significant populations; Africa: 35%: North America: 32%: Asia and Pacific: 20%
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 ...
Amish & Mennonite Communities | Tennessee Vacation
Take the day to visit one of Tennessee’s Amish and Mennonite communities. Discover homemade delights galore. Amish and Mennonite families often make and sell ...
Muddy Pond Mennonite Community - Big South Fork Park
Muddy Pond Mennonite Community. Highway 62, one mile west of Clarkrange and follow the signs. A working wheelwright at the Mennonite settlement at Muddy Pond ...
Delano TN "Needles Eye" Mennonite Community 2013 - YouTube
The Mennonite Community near Delano Tennessee...First Day of summer 2013..Beautiful fields of produce with Oswald Dome and Starr Mountain in the background.
Visiting The Desbarats, Ontario Old Order Mennonite ...
The Desbarats, Ontario Old Order Mennonite Community. Both open and closed carriages are seen here. A wood shed attached to the house seemed to be a very common ...
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 ...
Mennonite Church USA - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mennonite Church USA, is an Anabaptist Christian denomination in the United States. The abbreviation, MCUSA is not officially used by the denomination because of ...
Mennonite Church (MC) - GAMEO
Mennonite Church (MC) congregations in the U.S.A. and Canada, 1950s. Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, vol. 3, p. 610.