The following is a variety of sites we've found valuable in learning more about Mennonites! There are many more we can list and we'll likely put more up in the future. But for now, take a look:
Mennonite Church USA web site
The home web site of our denomination. Lots of good resources and information about Mennonites.
Who are the Mennonites?
A good FAQ on Mennonites with links to other information about our beliefs.
Confession of Faith from a Mennonite Perspective
The online source of the 24 articles of our faith, complete with commentary and Scripture passages.
Mennonite Central Committee
MCC is relief, development and peace function of the Mennonite Church. Excellent opportunities for service to be found as well information on what Mennonites are up to around the world.
Third Way Cafe
A great resource to learn more about Mennonites in an easy to read format. You can also access some of the radio programs associated with families and issues of reconcilation here as well!
Mennonite Disaster Service
Another service arm of the Mennonite church--opportunities to help rebuild homes after disasters. MDS has helped with the rebuilding of many major disasters since 1950.
An excellent resource for books and other media on a variety of subjects, by Mennonites.
A blog by MennoMedia on a variety of issues including information on new books and media coming up.
The three talks by Alan and Eleanor Kreider in the Augsburger Lectures at this link.
Alan and Eleanor spent 25 plus years working in England with post christendom Christian communities.
Bonhoeffer and Pacifism
An excellent lecture on Bonhoeffer by Eastern Mennonite Seminary professor of theology, Mark Thiessen Nation.
Heidi Miller Yoder is an Anabaptist professor of worship
Ordinary Radicals #1 - Anabaptist Invasion
A contemporary sermon/introduction to Anabaptism and its distinctions from protestant ways of holding faith
A great independent source of information and resources on Mennonites as well as forums!
Mennonite Weekly Review
An independent ministry of Christian journalism serving Mennonites and the Global Anabaptist movement. Interesting news articles, editorials and reader comments.
On the Separation of Church and State
Bruxy Cavey of The Meeting House spoke at Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, MN. His sermon focused on Anabaptists and their view of the separation of church and state.
Anabaptist church is an incarnational community
The link below is a sermon Roy Hange preached on the power of a community that holds this vision of Jesus to transform the world around it. Based on 1 Cor. 12:1-11; John 2:1-11. “A community that dances in the wind of the Spirit”