Many years ago, my husband Willis introduced me to Nancy White’s Momnipotent album. The words from her song “Daughters of Feminists” were for me…
MB churches are finding creative ways to worship. Drawing from the lectionary, Anabaptist theology, and grandma’s kitchen, they encourage questions, break bread and boundaries, embrace silence, and inspire engagement.
My Mennonite mother-in-law can scrape the last molecule out of a jar with a spatula. To avoid wasting food, leftovers are passed around her table until someone relents and eats the last tomato. Simple living – including conserving resources, cooking from scratch, making clothing, recycling, and repairing used items – is a valuable part of the Mennonite tradition.
Trust, the second album from gemma, is a warm, gentle walk through the music of Taizé. With harp, panflute, violin, and gentle percussion, Trust has a Celtic-inspired sound, but expect emotive and peaceful music rather than jigs and reels.