When Flat Menno visited First Mennonite Church in Canton, he joined the youth group on a trip to downtown Canton. He also spent some time visiting the church.
Flat Menno rode along with the First Mennonite youth group on a trip to downtown Canton.


The group hit one of the local coffee shops, where Flat Menno had way too much
coffee to drink.


He also enjoyed visiting the city time capsule downtown where
he tried to spin the two-ton marble ball.


Flat Menno didn’t just travel around town with the youth, however. He also spent time with some adults who came to the church building for a work day.


at First Mennonite Church, Flat Menno posed in front of the church sign.
He also wanted a
picture with another and slightly more famous Flat Menno — well ok, painted Menno — Dirk Willems.  This painting is one of four hanging on
the fence of the basketball court at First Mennonite. All four of the pictures depict persons who chose
nonviolent responses to difficult and violent situations. The other
pictures are of Nelson Mandela, the Hochstetler Massacre, and Dr. Martin
Luther King.