What is a Mennonite Church?

As a Mennonite church, we identify with the Anabaptist tradition. 

The term "Anabaptist" refers to the historical movement during the 16th-century Reformation, when believers advocated for adult baptism, a radical departure from the prevailing infant baptism practices of the time.

As Anabaptist believers, we are committed to faithfulness to all the commands of Scripture, accountability in brotherhood, Jesus’ ethic of love and nonresistance, and the Great Commission. We are guided by a hermeneutic of obedience—we believe the study of Scripture should produce not only a correct theology but also a transformed life. Our commitment to obedience is not just a personal matter. It’s a commitment in community to God’s Word and to each other.

Resources To Learn More

25 minute YouTube Video

69 page book

FREE 8 session online course

22 session online course

Other Mennonite Churches in NYC

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