Germantown Mennonite Church
Proclaiming Peace and Justice since 1683
We are currently worshipping in person and on Zoom Sunday mornings at 11am. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the link!
Christ loves us in our "strangeness" and welcomes us into one body. We value: safe and open space to offer praises, seek healing, nurture spiritual growth, and learn to be disciples. In response, we desire to offer hospitality to each other, our neighborhood, our co-workers, and other "strangers."
Join us for worship! Sunday mornings at 11 am. Click here to request Sunday Worship Zoom details.
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Accessibility information - Our building is wheelchair accessible. Please use the ramp to the Fellowship Hall to access the elevator. Accessible bathrooms are by the Fellowship Hall. We have one accessible parking space and two reserved parking spaces for people with walking aids.
There are three steps to access the main entrance. From the lobby there are steps downstairs with handrail to access the fellowship hall and steps upstairs with handrail to access narthex and Sanctuary. From the Narthex there are steps to access the balcony. Elevator can access Fellowship Hall and restrooms on lower level, Sanctuary and Narthex on the main floor and the Balcony.
There are two accessible, all gender restrooms. One restroom includes diaper changing station. There is a women's/non-binary restroom which has two stall bathrooms. There are four steps with hand railing to access the women's/non-binary restroom.
During in-person worship services, microphones are used for most of the services. Speakers are in the sanctuary and balcony.
For any questions about accessibility, please contact the office administrator.
Connect With Us
We have Fellowship Time after church every Sunday.
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Join in solidarity with our indigenous siblings
Many in our church come from Mennonite families and grew up as Anabaptist believers, and equally as many come from diverse Christian or other faith backgrounds.
All are welcome!
Our intent is to walk together in the ongoing work of dismantling white supremacy within our church community, seeking collective liberation from the harm of racism. Together, we will work at building new systems and relationships of accountability and to develop a healing atmosphere in which the freedom of beloved community can grow and thrive.
"I wish I knew how it would feel to be free" - Nina Simone
Children and young people are a gift from God and central to all we do at GMC. We desire that our children feel loved and valued by the GMC community, develop values of kindness, honesty, justice, peaceful responses to life’s challenges, learn about the Biblical story, grow in love for God and Jesus, make peer friendships in the church family, and relate to adults in positive ways.
A note on Sunday Worship Service Recordings - Our service is recorded but only the audio is made available to people on request. Sharing is edited out of the recording for privacy. Contact the office if you would like links to specific services.
If you have questions about Germantown Mennonite Church we would love to hear from you, contact the office here:
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If you want to connect more with other GMCers, you can sign up for our listserv click here. It's a great way to learn more about upcoming events in our community, give and receive mutual aid, and ask for care and prayer.