First Mennonite Church

Mennonite Disaster Service project reconciles brothers:

The first house completed by MDS volunteers volunteers after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico became a source of reconciliation between two brothers who had not talked with each other for over two decades. more…

Greatness for a nation …

should be measured by human flourishing and the wellbeing of the natural environment, not by how big the military is or how much profit is made by the investor class. — Brian Zahnd

Congregational Activities

Worship and Study

9:15 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m.

Sunday Morning Worship

Serving Locally and Globally

Mennonite Disaster Service – volunteers responding to catastrophes.

Mennonite Central Committee – relief, development and justice concerns

Care & Share Thrift Shop – a thrift shop, Ten Thousand Villages store and Sweetfields coffee shop at 218 10th Street in Mountain Lake.

Meat Canning – volunteers prepare cans of turkey to be sent all over the world.

 

Calendar

Directions

Sunday school and worship are located in the chapel of Good Samaritan Village, 745 Basinger Memorial Drive in Mountain Lake:

Mennonite Resources and Links

Who are the Mennonites? – information about Mennonites

Central Plains Mennonite Conference – our area conference

Mennonite Chruch USA – our denomination

Joining hands

Our former sanctuary illustrated the themes of our faith. Seventeen stained glass windows highlight different aspects of our Anabaptist heritage.

Who we are

Our Vision and Mission

God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to grow as communities of grace, joy and peace so that God’s healing and hope flow through us to the world.

Gathering as believers, we worship, learn, and practice Jesus’ way of peace, so that we may serve others near and far.

How may I join?

We invite you to learn to know us, to join us in following Jesus Christ, and to become part of this community of believers.

Baptism and membership is available for persons who have confessed faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and give evidence of new life. Persons who are members of other churches may join through a letter of transfer or upon reaffirmation of faith.

  For no one can lay any foundation
other than the one that has been laid;
that foundation is Jesus Christ.
1 Corinthians 3:11
First Mennonite Church
Box 473
Mountain Lake, Minnesota 56159
507 427 2237email us