Albany Mennonite Church

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Albany Mennonite Church
Albany Mennonite Church is listed in the Churches Mennonite category in Albany, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Albany Mennonite Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Albany Mennonite Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Albany Mennonite Church is:
3405 Kizer Ave NE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 926-1443
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Albany Mennonite Church shared Third Way's post.
Does this, or hospitality, fit with your image of North Korea? Read about Charissa Zehr's visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and what she experienced there--and her challenge to us all.
Hospitality in the midst of hostility By Charissa Zehr I recently had the rare opportunity to visit to visit Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK/North Korea) with several other Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) staff. I was eager to take part in the visit and see the country firsthand. But I...

Albany Mennonite Church shared a link.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rev. Harout Selimian, president of the Armenian Evangelical Church in Syria, met with U.S. Department of State officials during a visit to Washington, D.C. in February. The MCC U.S. Washington Office, which assists MCC's partners in connecting with U.S. officials, set up the meeti...

Albany Mennonite Church shared Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference's photo.
More info about the Ted & Co evening at Portland Mennonite...
Ted Swartz of TED & Co is bringing Laughter is Sacred Space to the west coast and will be performing the show at Portland Mennonite Church on Saturday, April 29 at 7:00PM. In this gritty and dramatic show, Ted Swartz walks you through his relationship with friend and business partner, Lee Eshleman, who took his own life in 2007. The production is honest, funny and vulnerable, and reveals the unique journey of working as a comedic actor under the shadow of a mental illness. It offers hope and humor in a way that only Ted could deliver. A discussion about mental illness will follow the show. The performance is free but PMC will "pass the hat" to help cover the costs of hosting the show and to further Ted's work. More details can be found at portlandmennonite.org.

Albany Mennonite Church shared Third Way's photo.
Stuart Murray, England, 2016: "Peace is at the heart of the gospel. As followers of Jesus in a divided and violent world, we are committed to finding nonviolent alternatives and to learning how to make peace between individuals, within and among churches, in society, and between nations." [The Naked Anabaptist, Herald Press, p. 148]

Albany Mennonite Church shared Ted & Co. TheaterWorks's event.
See below from Curt Weaver @ Portland Mennonite.
Laughter is Sacred Space is on tour and coming to Portland, OR for Mental Health Awareness month on Saturday, April 29, 2017 @ 7:00 pm at Portland Mennonite Church, 1325 SE 35th Ave., Portland, OR Admission is free and open to the public! This show is part of The Human Face Tour, which includes partnership with local mental health agencies and the opportunity for audience members to share their own story through portrait photographs by Steven Stauffer following the show, and submitting their own stories of journey with mental illness. In this gritty and dramatic play, Ted Swartz walks us through his relationship with friend and business partner, Lee Eshleman, who took his own life in 2007. Ted explores the paradox of working with a comedic partner struggling with bipolar disorder, as well as the challenge of writing and performing stories about God while experiencing the absence of God after Lee’s death. Using multi-media and his twenty years of storytelling experience, Laughter is Sacred Space is honest, funny and vulnerable, and reveals the unique journey of working as a comedic actor under the shadow of a mental illness, and offers hope and humor in a way that only Ted could deliver.
Comedy