• Worship

    We worship Jesus as the one God sent to save us and restore us. To worship is to give extravagant respect or admiration to something. When we worship Jesus he gives us life like nothing else can.

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  • Faith

    We place our faith in Jesus, the Son of God and Savior of the world. Our faith and hope in Jesus is not without convincing historical evidence. Learn more about this Jesus who offers us healing and hope and put your faith in him.

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  • Witness

    A witness is simply someone who tells others what they have seen and experienced. We have seen and experienced how radically Jesus has restored our lives from pain and brokenness and made beautiful things out of our lives.

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Annual Conference Assembly

neighbor_10407cCentral Christian School in Kidron will host the 2017 Annual Conference Assembly (ACA) of the Ohio Conference March 24-25, 2017. “Who is my Neighbor?” will be the theme of the 2017 ACA.  This theme is based on Luke 10:25-37.

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Missional Conference

Year of MissionAs part of the Year of Mission, Ohio Conference will hold a Missional Conference with Alan and Debra Hirsch March 23-24 at Kidron Mennonite Church, immediately prior to Annual Conference Assembly.

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News & Stories

New book focuses on evangelism

David Eshleman, who has worked with Ohio Conference congregations to provide revitalization resources, has written a new book, Share the Irresistible Story of Jesus, published by ChurchSmart Resources. Many Christians feel free to talk about the weather, news, cars, sports, or their job but have difficulty verbalizing their faith. Share the Irresistible Story of Jesus seeks to help Christians to…

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What happens at the Constituency Leaders Council?

http://ohiomennoniteconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/ConstituencyLeadersCouncil.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSTwice a year representatives from each conference in Mennonite Church USA meet as the Constituency Leaders Council, also known as the CLC. But what actually happens when this group of about 70 people gets together? In this episode of the Ohio Conference Cast, hosts Thomas Dunn…

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Grant supports event in Toledo

In August the Ohio Conference Ministry Development Team awarded a grant to Toledo Mennonite Church and several partnering organizations to help sponsor a Guns into Garden Tools Event in Toledo. That event took place Oct. 29 at the University Church in Toledo. To see a video featuring this event, go to http://bit.ly/GunsintoGardenToolsToledo.

What does being “missional” mean?

http://ohiomennoniteconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Jacob-Dodson-Interview-2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSThis year in Ohio Conference the word “missional” is being used A LOT.  In this podcast Bill Seymour and Thomas Dunn interview Jacob Dodson to discuss what being missional actually means and what the implications could be for our individual congregations and for Ohio Conference.

What is The Voice?

http://ohiomennoniteconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/What-is-The-Voice_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSIn this episode of the Ohio Conference Cast, Bill Seymour and Thomas Dunn talk with Erin Dye and Darrin Snyder Belousek about “The Voice,” a special task force created by the Ohio Conference Leadership Team. This task force, which includes Bill, Erin and Darrin, has been listening to questions and…

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Giving to Conference increases in September

Ohio Conference congregations gave $31,459 to the Conference in September, more than in any other month of the 2016-17 fiscal year. According to figures provided by Stan Helmuth, Conference financial coordinator, total receipts for the month of September were $31,477, and expenses totaled $22,354, resulting in a surplus of $9,123 for the month. That surplus improved the Conference’s operating balance…

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