Learning to follow the peaceful Way of Jesus
We believe that the Anabaptist-Mennonite story offers an alternative and inspiring perspective to our contemporary society and has potential to inspire people to make new connections with the life of Jesus and his followers. We hope to energise people in their search for truth and wholeness and equip them to live distinctively in a post-Christendom world.
Providing support and resources for the Anabaptist movement in the UK
We can offer a home to projects and pioneers, and help in areas such as governance, human resources, accounting, and IT.
We welcome grant applications from projects who fit with our objects and ethos, as well as relevant study bursaries.
We produce free resources, host events, publish a journal, and even provide speakers on Anabaptist Mennonite topics.
Our latest blog posts
- If you missed the webinar hosted by The Church of the Brethren on the subject of Stuart Murray's new book, The New Anabaptists, you can now watch the recording on YouTube.
- The Church of the Brethren are hosting a webinar on Thursday 8th February on the subject of Stuart Murray's new book, The New Anabaptists.
- The Christian Century magazine has published an excellent article about the Maria Skobtsova House in Calais, entitled An architecture of care in Calais.