people in meeting under thatch roof
Honoring peacebuilders May 4, 2022
The journey of a comforter: Live from Kansas and Jordan February 17, 2022
Two hands cup a small lit candle amid darkness. A faint moon shines above the hands.
Advent 2021: Hope is strong and audacious December 23, 2021
Issaka's IVEP adventure July 1, 2020
MCC announces program changes due to COVID-19 May 20, 2020
Reflections of a brand-new canner November 20, 2018
See what a day of canning meat is like! November 15, 2018
Speech examines injustice of plastic use September 26, 2018
Spencer Lindsay of Working Men of Christ
A Full Circle Moment February 1, 2018
MCC Prisoner and Returning Citizen Care Kits
Expanding Care by Offering New Kits May 5, 2016
Sue Eagle, left, a coordinator of Indigenous Work for MCC Canada, pulls away a blanket, symbolizing the loss of Indigenous land and rights, during an exercise called “The Loss of Turtle Island.” The group exercise in Newton, Kan., was hosted by MCC Central States to strengthen awareness of Indigenous issues in the region.
Mennonites unsettled by Native American history October 7, 2013
Mark Schroeder (left), his daughter Brin and his father Arlyss, seen here in 2009, regularly help with MCC’s meat canning when it comes to North Newton, Kan.
A family affair: volunteers and MCC’s meat canning December 4, 2012