Steve Ness, librarian and archivist The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society recently purchased three deeds which should be of interest to Mennonite, Cocalico, and Bricker family historians. All three indentures apparently were never recorded at the Lancaster...read more
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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.
Hear life stories from Marcy Hostetler, Lancaster Mennonite High School choral director, and Leonard Dow, stewardship and development specialist for Everence and former pastor of Oxford Circle Mennonite Church, at 7 p.m. on Monday, September 11 at Stumptown Mennonite Church, 2813 Stumptown Road, Bird-in-Hand, Pa.
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society is hiring an accountant-bookkeeper at twenty-four hours per week. See job description and application here.
Submit résumé and application to Dorothy Siegrist at email@example.com by Thursday, August 31, 2017.