MCC Great Lakes' Sharing With Appalachian People (SWAP) program is a home repair ministry for families in need. Visit groups as they spend a week working with home owners in Harlan, Kentucky, to make their homes safe, warm and dry.
Elizabeth Miller reflects on her work with MCC as an Anabaptist identity and history promoter in Bogotá, Colombia, including the upcoming Days of Prayer and Action for Colombia.
An educational storytelling tour focused on gun violence prevention visited schools, churches and small groups in the Chicago and Goshen/Elkhart areas.
A small group from First Mennonite Church in Bluffon, Ohio, raised funds for MCC in a unique way.
MCC Appalachia is offering a learning tour for interested people to learn about the culture, community and collaboration of MCC with partners in the region.
Calling all youth groups, Sunday school classes, schools, families and friends: Recent shipments of relief kits to Syrian refugees in Jordan have depleted the supply that Mennonite Central Committee keeps in reserve; please help us restock to be able to act quickly in a crisis or disaster. To see how many towels, tubes of toothpaste and other items are needed in each kit, and to find a drop-off location, visit mcc.org/kits/relief. Also, your gifts of money are urgently needed to respond to the crisis in the region, along with your prayers for peace. See mcc.org/middleeastcrisis.