One way to learn more about Mennonites in the U.S.A. would be to read a booklet our pastor put together. It’s a collection of his reflections on the Mennonite congregations he visited during his sabbatical in 2010: Villegas, Life in the Body (2011)
While the best way to learn about Mennonites is to come and join us for worship, below are some websites that will provide you with further avenues for learning about our faith and history.
Who are the Mennonites? (from Mennonite Church USA)
Who are the Mennonites? (from the Third Way Cafe)
Our congregation is a member of the Mennonite Church USA, and we participate in the work of the Mennonite Central Committee. We are also part of the global Mennonite communion: Mennonite World Conference.
Our church is part of the Eastern Carolina District of Mennonite churches. Here are the other churches in our district:
Greensboro Mennonite Fellowship
In 1995 the Mennonite churches in the United States adopted a brief outline of our convictions. You can read it by following this link: A Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective