Links to Partner Organizations
Cove Valley Christian Youth Camp – Cove Valley Camp is a Christian Camp in south-central Pennsylvania (PA). It offers summer camps and also youth and adult retreats throughout the year. Cove Valley also has lodging facilities that are available for groups to relax and fellowship.
New Life Thrift Shop – As a network of not-for-profit Thrift Shops, we support the local and global relief, development and peace projects of Mennonite Central Committee.
Shalom Christian Academy – Shalom Christian Academy is a Pre-K through 12th grade school focused on developing lives of consequence for the kingdom of God.
Book Savers – Booksavers of Maryland is a not-for profit organization that accepts donated books to be reused or recycled.
Brook Lane Health Services – Brook Lane provides a continuum of mental health services for people throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
C.R.O.S.S. (Christian Residential Opportunities and Social Services) – CROSS, Inc. seeks to provide residential and social services to persons with developmental disabilities and their families.
Cumberland Valley Relief Center – CVRC is a non-profit organization that works in cooperation with Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches that share God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.
Ten Thousand Villages in Hagerstown – Ten Thousand Villages in Hagerstown, MD, is a fair trade retailer of artisan-crafted home decor, personal accessories and gift items from across the globe.
World Treasures Thrift Shop – As a network of not-for-profit Thrift Shops, we support the local and global relief, development and peace projects of Mennonite Central Committee.
We have a corporate affiliation with the local Franklin District of Lancaster Mennonite Conference. At this time we are not official members of Lancaster Conference or Mennonite Church USA as we are in an extended period of discerning our future affiliation. We encourage individuals from our congregation to obtain resources and greater Anabaptist church connections from various sources. Some of those sources are listed below:
Third Way Café – Mennonite reflection on current issues, a weekly column on family and values, and photographs.
Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective – Mennonite Church USA statement of faith
Eastern Mennonite Missions – an Anabaptist mission agency supported primarily by approximately 170 congregations in Lancaster Conference of the Mennonite Church. Other churches, conferences, and agencies in North America also participate in the mission, including approximately 100 other churches from Good News Fellowship, and Atlantic Coast, Franklin, and New York Mennonite conferences.
The Mennonite – The Mennonite is a semi-monthly magazine devoted to Mennonite happenings.
Mennonite World Review – An inter-Mennonite newspaper, putting the Mennonite world together since 1923.
Center for Mennonite Writing – a virtual gathering place where readers and writers can find the CMW Journal.
Mennonite Education Agency – Strengthening Mennonite Church USA through education.
Mennonite Mission Network – Mennonite Mission Network exists to lead, mobilize and equip the church to participate in holistic witness to Jesus Christ in a broken world.
Everence – Everence is a financial services organization based on the idea that it is possible to incorporate your faith and values with your decisions about money. We do this to follow the biblical instruction to be good stewards.
MennoMedia – As the publishing ministry of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada, MennoMedia provides materials that equip the church to experience and share the gospel from an Anabaptist perspective.
Mennonite Camping Association – Since 1960, the Mennonite Camping Association has served and promoted Christian camping among Anabaptist and Mennonite conferences and congregations throughout Canada and the United States.
Mennonite Central Committee – MCC is a relief, development, and peace agency of the North American Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches.
Mennonite Economic Development Associates – MEDA is an association of compassionate business women and men who invest in the lives of families living in poverty around the world.
Mennonite Disaster Service – MDS is a volunteer network responding to those affected by disasters in Canada and the United States.
Third Way Media – Third Way Media exists to provide electronic and public media, which invite individuals to faith and challenge the church to faithfulness.
Mennonite World Conference – International fellowship of churches in the Anabaptist tradition.