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Make your contribution to the mission of MHF!

Active members are persons who support the work of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship. If you are involved in healthcare in some way and support the mission of MHF, you are invited to join us! Explore the benefits, criteria, and levels of membership below.  

Joining MHF is easier than ever. One Membership Form collects the information used to serve you as well as allows you to contribute at an appropriate level for you. 

Benefits of Membership

Benefits and Resources for MHF Members

The basic purposes of MHF are carried out through program activities focusing on mutual support, education, mentoring, and mobilization for service.  Activities include:

  • Fellowship and networking opportunities across many healthcare disciplines professionals seeking to integrate their Anabaptist Christian faith and healthcare practice.
  • Annual Gathering for inspiration, learning, networking, and fellowship.
  • Regional Meetings for gathering in local areas for learning, networking, and mutual support.
  • Communication and online networking via email newsletter, announcement forums, and Mennonite Health Journal.
  • Forums for seeking clarity and mutual support on crucial moral and ethical concerns in healthcare.
  • Building global church and healthcare relationships
  • Supporting significant service projects and grant programs, especially for students, young professionals, and volunteers.
  • Communications avenue for responding to volunteer opportunities.

See the Benefits Page for more details.

Membership Criteria

Membership Criteria

Healthcare workers from the full spectrum of healthcare services, training and academia, and ministry are welcome to join and participate in MHF.

Members must meet three criteria:

  1. Be part of a healthcare-related discipline or have a special interest in health issues.
  2. Embrace Anabaptist values.
  3. Support the mission of MHF.

For more information on the criteria for membership, see the Criteria Page.

Membership Levels

Membership Levels

  • Student Membership – $25/year or $5 a month
  • Professional Membership – $100/year or $10 a month
  • Sustaining Membership – $300/year or 
  • Leadership Circle – $500/year
  • Gold Leadership Circle – $1,000/year

Please visit the Membership Levels page for more details


Payment Methods

Payment Methods

The online Membership Form gives you the following options:

  • Credit or debit cards. Convenient for all of us! Since use of credit cards involves a fee for MHF, there is now the option of donating an additional 3% to cover credit card fees. Strictly optional, but helpful! MHF uses the secure Stripe network for card transactions. 
  • Paypal. If you like the convenience of paying through your Paypal account, we’ve got you covered. You will also have the option of donating an additional 3% to cover Paypal fees which are charged to MHF.
  • eCheck. Also called direct bank transfer, ACH, etc. If you indicate this method, MHF will use Intuit’s QuickBooks pledge forms to send you a handy link in an email. Simply click and follow the instructions to enter your banking information. This is the most inexpensive option for MHF. 
  • Monthly or quarterly payments. Using the same QuickBooks system, we send you an email reminder with handy link for each payment. Or fill out a form and funds will be withdrawn automatically. 
  • The check’s in the mail! Yes, even if you fill out the online form, you can still send a check in the mail to PO Box 918, Goshen, IN 46527. 

Please visit the Payment Methods Page for more details. If you want to download and fill out paper forms and send them in the mail, please visit the Documents and Forms Page


Alternatives and Resources

Please visit the Member Resources page for a handy guide to further resources. This includes alternative payment methods, paper forms, checking your contribution record, and access to the MHF member directory. 



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Indigo Miller, BSN, RN

Indigo Miller, BSN, RN
Boston, Mass.
RN & MPH Candidate

MHF does important work providing opportunities for health professionals and students to build relationships across disciplines while encouraging tough conversations centered on how faith influences our individual and collective work improving health and seeking physical, mental, and spiritual human wellness. I am personally thankful to MHF for offering valuable opportunities in leadership and networking as a young professional, and their generosity via the Steven Roth Memorial Grant Program in support of my public health volunteering in Tanzania.

Lyubov Slashcheva, DDS

Lyubov Slashcheva, DDS
Iowa City, Iowa
Dental Resident/Fellow

Engaging with the mission of MHF allows me to bridge my identity as a follower of Jesus and healthcare professional, allowing me to strengthen the faith-based motivations in my career as a dentist.

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Kenton T. Derstine

Kenton T. Derstine
Rockingham, Virginia
Chaplain/Pastoral Educator

As a member of Mennonite Chaplains Association I was intrigued when I learned about the emergence and vision of MHF. Rather than a separate organization designed to serve the needs of each profession I discovered an association intended to serve the point of connection among all professions involved in healthcare dedicated to addressing the shared challenge of integrating our faith into our different professions and contexts. I have been warmly welcomed at each annual gathering and have found the conversations, plenaries and workshops relevant to chaplains—and pastors. The vision of MHF—to promote and support a conversation among all Anabaptist concerned about issues related to healthcare in our society leads me to encourage chaplain and pastors who share these concerns to participate in MHF and contribute to the shared effort to bring our faith to bear on our day to day practice as well as society as a whole. For this conversation we need all professions at the table.

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