Benton Mennonite Church

Benton Mennonite Church
Benton Mennonite Church is listed in the Churches Mennonite category in Goshen, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Benton Mennonite Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Benton Mennonite Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Contact information for Benton Mennonite Church is:
15350 County Road 44
Goshen, IN 46528
(574) 642-3245
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Benton Mennonite Church shared Goshen Stands with Water Protectors Everywhere's event.
Chelsea Risser has invited us at Benton Mennonite Church be be part of this inspiring event and to learn more about her own work at Standing Rock.
Revolution is everywhere -- sparked by Standing Rock, now traveling globally. Will you join? This Friday, join honoured guests: Craig Tsosie (Dine Nation), Theron Begay (Dine Nation), and Seventh Generation Water Protectors for an evening of stories of Standing Rock, Environmental Justice, and Tribal Sovereignty. Also featuring traditional Peruvian music by Nayo Ulloa. Reception to follow. $5 suggested donation. All donations will go to Water Protectors. #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock #IndigenousRights #MniWiconi #WaterIsLife #KillTheBlackSnake Special thanks to our guests for their commitment and to our sponsors from CIIE (Goshen College Center for Intercultural and International Education).

Pray for Chelsea Risser and others gathering at Standing Rock to stand against DAPL.

We are excited to host Parables, a worship ensemble from Goshen College, this Sunday, February 12. They use music, original drama, and personal stories to inspire, comfort and challenge.

Benton Mennonite Church shared Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College's event.
Co-pastor Doug Kaufman will be talking about two of his favorite subjects, the Bible and rivers. This is also a great way to learn a little about what he learned on his sabbatical. Benton participants are free!
Join us for a workshop fusing biblical study and experiential study of the headwaters of the Elkhart River found at Merry Lea. This is spiritual geography, reflecting on how our spiritual lives are experienced through rivers and streams. As we learn about the role of headwaters in our local streams, we will also discover ways to keep the Elkhart River and its tributaries vibrant and healthy. Presenters are Doug Kaufman, a conference pastor in the Mennonite Church USA and Joel Pontius, Merry Lea faculty.
36 people interested

Benton Mennonite Church with John Buschert and 3 others.
Children's Time on our neighbors in the Elkhart River muck.