It is with sadness, but also enduring gratitude, that Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) announces the closure of book sales activities of the Mennonitische Post, effective March 31, 2024.
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It’s been 70 years. Seventy years of the prolonged war between two Koreas. And more than 70 years since my grandparents fled their homes.
Ever since survivors of brutal fighting in the Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo fled to the city of Kikwit in 2017, the Mennonite Brethren Church has been ministering to them with faith and action.
What do cooking and graphic design have in common? For Adi Nugroho, it’s never been about mastering either of these skills. Technical skills are simply the backdrop for developing emotional tools and creating a space for connection, even across cultures.
Kaethe Warkentin, a Russian refugee, acted out of her own thriftiness and childhood experiences to found Hillsboro Et Cetera Shop in Kansas.
As Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) begins its 2022-2023 meat canning season, the need for food in Ukraine and other countries around the world is growing. In Ukraine, millions of people…
The boards of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada and MCC Manitoba announce the sale of the organizations’ shared property at 134 Plaza Drive, Winnipeg, finalized on June 1, 2022.
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is pleased to announce the establishment of the annual Michael J. Sharp Global Peacemaker Award, which will recognize and encourage courageous peacebuilders across the world. The…
An MCC staff person in Ukraine, who used to work with displaced people, is now displaced herself. She talks about her experience. In the silence that lived between the…
We constantly fall short in proclaiming and living out Christ’s peace. God’s grace, however, empowers us to follow Christ as active peacemakers in a spirit of humility.
“It’s humbling to be between the people who want to give and the people who are seeing the need, who are trying to get resources into people’s hands,” she says. “But the partners, the people in Ukraine, they’re telling me they’re tired. So many people have left, and for those who remain, there is so much work yet to do.”
“One hundred years ago, we responded to crisis in Ukraine,” says MCC U.S. Executive Director Ann Graber Hershberger. “A century later, we find ourselves walking alongside the people of Ukraine in crisis once again. They are pleading for our prayer and support — and a reminder they have not been forgotten during this time.”