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Central District Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

 

Rick Eshbaugh,

Central District Minister

220 9th St West

Harvey, ND 58341

 

Cell: 701 625-1125 

Harvey Office: 701 324-2405 

 

rick@cdconference.org

 

Roger Engbrecht,

Director of Ethnic Ministries

2700 Alpine Ave

Sioux Falls, SD 57110

 

(605) 941-8111

 

rlengbrecht@gmail.com


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"When we moved, we lost our home church and it was a priority for us to find a new home that taught the Bible clearly and supported our family.  We had never attended a Mennonite Brethren Church before, but we love this place!  The Bible is clearly taught and lived!  The fellowship is genuine and fun!  The worship is God honoring and inspiring!  What a great place to find hope, wisdom, and support!"

 

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Who are the Mennonite Brethren?

"When we moved, we lost our home church and it was a priority for us to find a new home that taught the Bible clearly and supported our family.  We had never attended a Mennonite Brethren Church before, but we love this place!  The Bible is clearly taught and lived!  The fellowship is genuine and fun!  The worship is God honoring and inspiring!  What a great place to find hope, wisdom, and support!"

Our "Radical" - Menno Simons

Menno Simons has been called the founder of the Mennonite Brethren denomination.  A Dutch priest in the time of the Reformation, he joined the voices of priests like Martin Luther and  Huldreich Zwingli in crying out for the centrality of the Bible and salvation by grace alone!  But Menno went further and taught on the ideals of separation of church and state, freedom of conscience, voluntary church membership, democratic church government, and Christians as peacemakers.

 

 

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