Conversation 3: Remaining Community-Minded in an Individualistic Culture

Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 8 PM ET

In the past, many North American Anabaptists lived in set-apart communities that were more focused on the common good than people in the dominant individualistic culture. This session explores historic examples of great things Anabaptists accomplished by working together. Also, hear from a panel of Anabaptists who think and act from a community mindset. In break-out groups with a facilitator, discuss ways to live counter-culturally as you build community.



Mennonite Disaster Service

Mennonite Community Magazine

Mennonite Central Committee

Mennonite Disaster Service, Newton, KS, 1965 (Photo courtesy Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College, North Newton, KS)