Our Heritage


Our congregation was organized in 1760. We have a rich heritage! Our spiritual roots run deep in the Anabaptist Mennonite stream of faith flowing from the sixteenth century Reformation. Previous generations lived and died for their faith as an historic peace church emphasizing Christ’s teachings and example of love, outreach, and non-violence.

Although religious tradition does not define us, we seek to “honor our fathers and mothers” of the Anabaptist Mennonite heritage who sought to live in obedience to the teachings of Christ. We embrace in faith the “first commandment with promise” so it can “go well for us.” (Exodus 20:12).


We are delighted that the Mennonite church includes persons with roots in other faith traditions, and persons new to faith. We are enriched by the insights each person brings to our walk of faith.

Our congregational history includes building strong families, planting numerous churches, sending mission workers around the world, and starting relevant ministries. Local ministries with roots in this congregation (with others) include a Christian School, Camp, Retirement Community, and Re Uzit Shop.

More recently our ministries have expanded to hosting a home school group, the Twin Valley Food Pantry, and seminary classes.

From children to adults, we seek to train and prepare individuals to live the story of Jesus in word and deed.


Who We Are

A fellowship of believers growing in faith through:

  • Bible study and prayer
  • Sharing God's love and truth with others
  • Meeting together to praise and worship
  • Praying for and encouraging each other
  • Helping those in need

Mission Statement

The CMC is called of God to be a brotherhood of believers under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, a loving fellowship of brothers and sisters of all ages who care about the total welfare of one another, a redemptive community sharing the good news of the Gospel with others in both word and deed.


Our Purpose

pyramidCMC exists to know and follow Christ together such that God’s Holy Spirit flows through us offering healing and hope to the world. We purpose to listen attentively to Christ’s call and to joyfully live His story together so God’s Holy Spirit empowers us to worship responsively, educate dynamically, fellowship wholesomely, steward actively, witness boldly, and celebrate eternally!





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