Here are some interesting links to Mennonite and other sites which will give you more information. (Please bookmark our site before visiting these, in case you decide not to return immediately.)

The Mennonite- A monthly magazine for the members of Mennonite Church USA.
 
Marians Closet- A Wadsworth, OH, organization supplying FREE clothing and personal items to anyone who needs them. Please bring in your donations.
 
Trease Road Child Care Center- the web site of the child care center located in our local congregation.
 
The Ten Thousand Villages- a way to promote self sufficiency and fair payment for crafts people throughout the world. You can find a store near you.
 
Mennonite Disaster Service- when trouble strikes, MDS has opportunities to serve.
 
 
Mennonite Central Committee- coordinating arm of the church for worldwide service.
 
Third Way Cafe - difficult to describe, but worth a look for a fresh perspective.
 
Mennonite Church USA - the merger formed in 2001 between the Mennonite Church General Assembly and General Conference Mennonite Church, now known as MCUSA.
 
Central District Conference - website for the Central District, of which we are a part
 
Ohio Conference- Links to some of our neighbor churches in the state.
 
Peace and Justice Support Network Conference- The Network represents the new and strengthened peace witness of Mennonite Church USA. It combines the work of the Mennonite Church's Peace and Justice Committee and the General Conference Mennonite Church's Peace and Justice Resources (Commission on Home Ministries) into a single voice that speaks words of healing and hope and calls for organized response to the violence and brokenness in our world.
 
Mennonite Media-Mennonite Media exists to provide electronic and public media which invite individuals to faith and challenge the church to faithfulness. We produce videos, DVDs and websites, write newspaper columns, create radio Publc Service Announcements, record music groups, and much more. Visit the site for timely information about TV spots, publications, and so on.
 
Bridge Folk- Bridgefolk is a movement of sacramentally-minded Mennonites and peace-minded Roman Catholics who come together to celebrate each other's traditions, explore each other's practices, and honor each other's contribution to the mission of Christ's Church.
 
Cyber Hymnal- an amazing resource of over 2300 hymns from all denominations, including sound files, words, scores, pictures of composers and lyricists.
 
The Mennonites on the World Wide Web - Hundreds of links to organizations, colleges, humor, and just about anything else Mennonite (and some Amish)
 
Bluffton College - Visit the campus online.
 
Camp Friedenswald - Visit the CDC's church camp in Michigan, in the "Peaceful Woods".
 
Goshen College - Ditto the above.
 
Juniata College & The Pennsylvania State University
Your Web Manager's Colleges - Why Not?  Juniata was formerly affiliated with Church of the Brethren. It has a program of peace studies, and a peace memorial designed by
Maya Lin , sculptor of the Vietnam Wall Veteran's Memorial in Washington, DC.
 
Promise of God -  This beautiful site contains a large number of inspirational poems, readings, sound and photo files, and many others. Spend some time there, and refresh your spirit.
 
Bible at Your Fingertips -  Here is a neat Bible Study aid. The link opens a page which contains each chapter of each book of the Bible (New International Version) as a separate link.
 
Addiction Resource -  These folks raise awareness on the dangers of addiction and help local communities stay drug free
 
American Society of Addiction Medicine -  promotes drug abuse prevention and treatment. ASAM is the leading professional society representing over 4,100 physicians, clinicians and associated professionals in the field of addiction medicine.
 
Drug Rehab-   A website which offers free educational guides on substance abuse and treatment. It outlines the types of addictions, signs and symptoms, and treatment options
 
Alcoholism-   A website which offers educational guides and information recovery and rehabilitation from the disease of alcoholism
 
NAMI-   National Alliance for Mental Illness – Resources for understanding and treatment

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