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Mennonite Healthcare-related Organizations
MHS has both a consulting arm as well as an alliance of Mennonite and other Anabaptist health and human service provider organizations to aid in their leadership and strategic direction. MHS provides resources and values-based consulting services to members and other not-for-profit, faith-grounded organizations.
IMHA provides resources and services to Mennonite and Brethren in Christ health programs in developing countries. The organization has offices in Canada and the United States.
GAHN is an emerging network under Mennonite World Conference (MWC). Its vision is to be an international network of Anabaptist health institutions and health professionals that strengthens the witness of the Anabaptist community of faith, providing mutual encouragement, sharing through peer learning, and fostering institutional and professional partnerships.
Christian Healthcare-related Organizations
CCIH promotes global health and wholeness from a Christian perspective. CCIH shares information and provides a forum for dialogue, networking, advocacy, and fellowship to the spectrum of Christian organizations and individuals working in international health.
Mennonite Mission and Service Agencies
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. MCC envisions communities worldwide in right relationship with God, one another and creation.
Mennonite Mission Network is the mission agency of Mennonite Church USA, currently supporting workers and ministries in more than 50 countries. Mennonite Mission Network exists to lead, mobilize and equip the church to participate in holistic witness to Jesus Christ in a broken world.
Eastern Mennonite Missions is 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.
Mennonite World Conference (MWC) represents part of the global family of Christian churches rooted in the 16th century Radical Reformation in Europe, particularly in the Anabaptist movement. Today, this faith family includes more than 1.7 million baptized believers in 243 national conferences of churches in 83 countries. MWC membership includes 100 Mennonite and Brethren in Christ national conferences of churches with 1.2 million
Mennonite World Conference (MWC) represents part of the global family of Christian churches rooted in the 16th century Radical Reformation in Europe, particularly in the Anabaptist movement. Today, this faith family includes more than 1.7 million baptized believers in 243 national conferences of churches in 83 countries. MWC membership includes 100 Mennonite and Brethren in Christ national conferences of churches with 1.2 million baptized believers.
Mennonite Church USA is an Anabaptist Christian denomination with more than 109,000 members in 44 states. A total of 21 area conferences serve as regional offices or districts for our 939 congregations. Together all parts of Mennonite Church USA strive to bring Christ’s healing and hope to others by identifying and joining God’s work in the world.
Other Mennonite-related Organizations
Anabaptists in Healthcare Professions
The Anabaptists in Healthcare Professions Facebook group is an interdisciplinary nucleus of Anabaptists that seeks to network, nurture, and support fellow Anabaptist students and professionals in healthcare. This group facilitates collaboration and discussion between individuals, as well as organizations such as Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF), Global Anabaptist Healthcare Network (GAHN), and others. The group was originally created by Thomas Fisher to help first generation college students network and succeed in college. Within five months of the group’s creation, the group accumulated three hundred active members. Now, the group serves a hub for advice, job postings, discussion, and networking with Anabaptists in healthcare. The group has facilitated collaborative efforts between a spectrum of Anabaptists, and we anticipate collaborative efforts to continue. To join the group, visit their Facebook page or search for “Anabaptists in Healthcare Professions” in Facebook. A Facebook account is necessary to join the group.