Flat Menno traveled to Archbold to spend some time with the members of Zion Mennonite Church. He found a warm welcome there.

Flat Menno was able to meet participants in Zion Mennonite’s LOGOS children’s program. LOGOS is an intergenerational program dedicated to
the breaking of bread, bible study, fun, and worship. It is enjoyed by children
from throughout the community.


Project Hope has its offices at Zion. It is a program directed by
the Sisters of St. Francis, Tiffin, Ohio. Sr. Ellen Lamberjack and Sr.
Andrea Inkrott work with immigration law. Zion contributes with people
who help with tax workshops, translation, transportation, fundraising,
and citizenship reviews. This program continues to grow.


Child’s World Preschool is Zion’s preschool. It reaches children from
all over the area. There are children from the area Mennonite churches
as well as children who do not have church connections. Child’s World
preschool’s administrative teacher is Mrs. Laura Nafziger, a member of
Central Mennonite Church.