Little Flock Mennonite Churches

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In 2022, the Little Flock Churches had 380 members in nine congregations. The group published a periodical called The Timely Truth. The congregations sponsored six schools.

The Little Flock Mennonite Churches was a conservative group embracing separation from the world, nonresistance, separation of church and state, permanence of marriage, the Christian women’s veiling, moral purity and the leadership of men.

2022 Directory

Congregation City State Founded
Cumberland Mennonite Fellowship Alamont Tennessee 1967
Iglesia Menonita de Arancibia Arancibia Costa Rica 2016
Marshall County Mennonite Brotherhood Lewisburg Tennessee 1976
Monroe County Mennonite Church Mount Hermon Kentucky 1978
Moore County Mennonite Brotherhood Fayetteville Tennessee 1971
Plain Christian Fellowship Corinna Maine 1990
Port Clements Christian Fellowship Port Clements British Columbia 2007
Rock Springs Christian Fellowship Wildersville Tennessee 1993
Whitley County Christian Fellowship Williamsburg Kentucky 2014

Bibliography

Mennonite Church Directory (2022).

Eby, E. L. "Timeline of recent Amish / Mennonite separations & mergers depicting resistance to and acceptance of mainstream American cultural values." Plain News" 2016. Web. 10 May 2022. https://www.plainnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Timeline-1693-2012-version-2014.4.pdf


Author(s) Kenneth Sensenig
Date Published May 2022

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Sensenig, Kenneth. "Little Flock Mennonite Churches." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. May 2022. Web. 29 Sep 2022. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Little_Flock_Mennonite_Churches&oldid=173815.

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Sensenig, Kenneth. (May 2022). Little Flock Mennonite Churches. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 29 September 2022, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Little_Flock_Mennonite_Churches&oldid=173815.




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