Rolando Santiago, director This past March 22, the local LNP newspaper ran David Brooks’ New York Times article: “Americans Have Lost Their Sense of Shared Purpose.” His commentary was based on ideas that Philip Gorski, sociologist at Yale University, advanced in his...read more
New Arrivals in a New Land
Registration is now open for the 38th annual Lancaster Family History Conference will be held May 18 to 20 and the Farm and Home Center. John Landis Ruth will give the keynote address, “New Arrivals in a New Land.” Learn more and register here.
The next time you meet with your financial or legal advisor, ask about ways your estate planning can benefit the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society and its many projects for years to come. Planned giving can benefit LMHS and save taxes at the same time. For more information, contact us at PlannedGiving@lmhs.org. Thanks so much.
Anabaptist History Shared Online
The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society is pleased to support Anabaptist Historians: Bringing the Anabaptist Past into a Digital Century, a collaborative blog by Anabaptist scholars. Its mission is to share cutting-edge scholarship with a broad readership, to foster relationships between scholars of Anabaptism, and to encourage debates on critical issues in contemporary Anabaptist faith and life.