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.
Finding out about us
Wanting to connect
There may be a group in your region, so have a look at the Groups page. There is also an online study group, as well as the Theology Forum meetings.
There are plenty of book suggestions in the Resource Archive to start with. We also publish the Anabaptism Today journal and support an Anabaptist Library hosted at Bristol Baptist College. Study bursaries are available for those starting approved courses.
Anabaptism in real life
Have a look in the Projects menu to see the diverse outworkings of Anabaptist values. The News section will also give a flavour of what’s going on in the Anabaptist world.
Already involved in a project
If your project aligns with our values and would benefit from our support, either through direct oversight, or funding, please get in touch.
Get in touch by using our Contact Form. We’d love to hear from you and answer any further questions.
Our latest blog posts
Ukraine VisitOne of our trustees, Joshua Searle, has recently returned from a visit to Ukraine.
Ukraine SupportDnipro Hope Mission have recently launched a new appeal to continue their support of people in Ukraine through local churches.
Third video in “Transmission” seriesThe third production in the Transmission series focusing on creation care is ready for viewing. Ophelia, a Swiss woman, after living and working in Costa Rica, wondered what she could learn from her contemporaries in Latin America on the subject.