Albany Mennonite Church

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 has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Albany Mennonite Church has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Albany, Oregon is 40 and in the category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Your laugh for the week. You're welcome. :)
ANAHEIM, CA Being sensible and civilized people, Mennonites across North America have expressed an overwhelming preference for the late Adam


Albany Mennonite Church shared Third Way's post.
Why and how churches can be vital today
Recently I heard an observation following Ohio Conference’s Annual Conference Assembly in which we focused on becoming a mission-driven (a.k.a. “Missional”) conference. The observation? It seems as though our younger leaders are the driving force behind the passion for this movement. And so the ques...

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Stephen Kriss, U.S. 2017: "When Jesus talked about who the neighbor was in the Good Samaritan story, he said it was the person who took the time to care. Neighboring takes time. It takes resources. It takes intentionality. Neighboring means stopping long enough to notice others and to assume some responsibility. Being a good neighbor requires also being open and trusting. It’s both respect and vulnerability. Many of us who profess to follow in the way of Jesus know that being a good neighbor is an essential part of living the message. But neighboring is an interruption in an age of virtual relationships, overbooked schedules and prioritization of biological family."

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For the next time you're confronted with "We're a Christian nation" or "We need to defend the liberty God has given us" or "In the Old Testament God called Israel to war many times to defend their land...." etc. @Bruxy Cavey shares some marvelous responses here in a helpful section out of his new book, Reunion., shared over at Evangelicals for Social Action.
“We’ve got to protect our borders.” A man named Hank approached me after a talk about Jesus’ way of peace that I gave at a church in the United States, and this is how he started a conversation.