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Gaza connections: Twinning


MennoPIN (Mennonite Palestine Israel Network) invites you to a 1-hour Zoom conversation with Suheil Tarazi and Hani Farah of the Gaza YMCA on Saturday, January 14, 202 at 10:00 am EST. Suheil and Hani will talk about the current humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the compelling work that the YMCA is doing to support families in the midst of these dire conditions caused by the ongoing Israeli blockade.
Suheil Tarazi is a Gaza YMCA board member and Programme Manager for the British Council, an international organization that works to facilitate intercultural relations and educational opportunities. Hani Farah is the Executive Secretary General of the Gaza YMCA and has frequent contact with the International YMCA. Both Suheil and Hani have established relationships in many countries and travel internationally when possible. They and their families are active members of the Greek Orthodox Church of Gaza.
Dave will moderate the conversation. The Fellowship of Hope and Gaza YMCA meet by Zoom twice monthly and have been partners for over two years through MennoPIN’s “Twinning with Gaza” Initiative. There are currently four such relationships between Mennonite Church USA congregations and non-profit groups in Gaza. The purpose of the initiative is to increase our denomination’s awareness of the situation faced by the people in Gaza and their resilient work to express God’s love.
Please use the link below to join us on Saturday, January 14 at 10:00 am EST!
Time: Jan 14, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Time: Jan 14, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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David Janzen, Elkhart, Indiana (MennoPIN Gaza Committee Member)
Michael George, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (MennoPIN Gaza Committe Member
and USA "Twinning with Gaza" Initiative Coordinator)

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Thrift at Woodland Crossing grand opening


Benjamin Isaak-Krauss The Power of Nonviolent Resistance

MCC -the work in Ukraine

Thank you for MCC support in Ukraine

MCC -Ukraine

the Re-Membering Garden


With neighbors in South Central Elkhart, we hope to establish a garden intended to honor the Potawatomi people who tended this land for centuries, and the Black families who created a vibrant community on the Elkhart’s South Side a hundred years ago. Our hope is that this might be a place that welcomes anyone, to come alone to be quiet, or to gather with others for conversation, fellowship or worship.

Not just for people, may this be a place where all God’s creatures find life, relationship, and harmony, whether trees, flowers, birds, or insects. All are invited to help make this a habitation of peace and simple beauty

MennoMedia has a Salt and Light curriculum that currently points to and asks the questions we have been facing into. these videos are intended to assist the teachers of the Sunday School classes but useful for any of us.

Stewarding the land we occupy

Land stewardship session 2 with Lana Miller

Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery

The Repair Network:Sarah Augustine and Katerina Gea -Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery lifestream -starts at about 4 minutes

Potawatomi-Miami trail in Elkhart County

Mondays at 6:00 pm -Prayer in Ullery Park with New Vision of Life Church—Everyone is welcome.


Seeking The Beloved Community Men's Breakfast

Conversation and listening the 1st Saturday of the month at 8:00. Conversations range from gun violence in our neighborhood, racism, peace and justice issues, and listening to each other's stories


photos from the monthly men's breakfast


Walking with the imprisoned

Several persons have been active in jail ministry or walking beside incarcerated and formerly incarcerated persons

Contact Sam Yoder for more information

The Poor Peoples Campaign

several Fellowship of Hope members are active participants in this action. You are invited to get acquainted with this movement at their website:
The Poor Peoples Campaign website

This is a video featuring Rev Dr William Barber II:How to have a meeting


Church Community Services

Fellowship of Hope is an active supporter of CCS both with volunteer work and financial contributions. Since the beginning of FOH members have been involved in this local Elkhart ministry serving as staff persons, board members or as volunteers.

Church Community Services Website

We Thrive -Elkhart

a number of members actively follow the local government meetings and agenda. The following links relate to current Elkhart planning:

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