Early Anabaptists studied the Scriptures on their own and then came together in small groups where they, with the awareness of the Spirit’s presence, gave and received counsel to each other. In these small, Spirit-flled Bible study groups, they confronted each other and thereby made each other strong enough to confront the world.
Palmer Becker, What Is an Anabaptist Christian?
FELLOWSHIP and CARE GROUPS
Fellowship Groups are one of the best ways to get connected here at MCN. They meet in homes, at the Mennonite Residential Community Community Building, or at the church, for meals, games, projects and fellowship.
If you are a participant interested in joining one of these types of groups, contact the church office.
GROUP BIBLE STUDIES
Studying the Bible together is an important part of the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition.
Men's Bible Study meets once a week before the start of the workday at Recycling Furniture for Families in downtown Bloomington, IL.
HOMEBUILDERS...more to come
SENIOR LUNCHES...more to come
BOOK STUDIES...more to come