Reunion Newsletter

Fall 2018 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Menno-Hof celebrates milestones!

Not only did Menno-Hof turn 30 this year, but in
September we celebrated the arrival of our 1 millionth visitor! Read more.
Summer 2018 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Surprised by History

Surely junior high youth would find a walk through Anabaptist history boring? The Belmont Mennonite youth sponsors were surprised with how their youth connected with the stories of faith at Menno-Hof. Read more.
Spring 2018 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Yellow Paint

Yellow paint isn't exactly what you would like painted on your church or splattered on your new house or even poured upon your head. Yet some Mennonites experienced just that one hundred years ago in 1918. Read more.
Winter 2018 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Stories of Peace
In the winter of 1569, Dirk Willems was fleeing for his life from a band of thief-catchers who had been hired to capture members of the outlawed Anabaptist movement. Read more.
Fall 2017 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Frequently Asked Questions about the Amish

About 318,500 adults and children live in North America. This is an increase of approximately 10,360 since 2016, a growth rate of 3.36 percent. Read more.
Summer 2017 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Tracing Anabaptist Roots

Rodney Hofer gives a brief history of the Hutterites in Romania that are also his ancestors. Rodney and his wife, Roberta, spent the month of June 2017 volunteering at Menno-Hof. Read more.
Spring 2017 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
"I am an Amish Man"
I am an Amish Man; we have much history,
In Switzerland, France, Holland and Germany.
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Orva Hochstetler is a member of the Old Order Amish Church in Missouri. He has written approximately 430 poems. His poem "I am an Amish Man," is featured in the Menno-Hof newsletter. Read more.
Winter 2017 Reunion A glimpse at what's inside:
Anabaptist perspicacity at Menno-Hof
The ship at Menno-Hof has somber meaning for Amish and Mennonites whose ancestors came to America seeking religious freedom. The ship is a reduced size replica of sailing vessels that crossed the Atlantic in the 1760's. Read more.

Menno-Hof Musings
Sandra reflects on spending winters at Menno-Hof for the past several years. Read more.
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