Northeastern Mennonite Conference

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The Northeastern Mennonite Conference emerged in 2012, primarily as a conservative movement from the Pilgrim Mennonite Conference. In 2022, the Northeastern Mennonite Conference consisted of 10 congregations with 533 members.

Each Northeastern Mennonite Conference congregation also operated a school. Northeastern Mennonite Conference produced a periodical known as The Messenger.

The Northeastern Mennonite Conference is 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
Bayshore Port Morris New Jersey 2018
Grand River Princeton Ontario 2013
Hebron Richland Pennsylvania 2012
Keuka Lake Penn Yan New York 2014
Liberty Liberty Pennsylvania 1999
Mill Creek North Jackson Ohio 2013
Salt River Coleman Michigan 2012
Shade Mountain Mt. Pleasant Mills Pennsylvania 1991
Shekinah Guys Mills Pennsylvania 2017
Still Waters Ripley New York 2012


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.

Author(s) Kenneth Sensenig
Date Published May 2022

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Sensenig, Kenneth. "Northeastern Mennonite Conference." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. May 2022. Web. 3 Oct 2022.

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Sensenig, Kenneth. (May 2022). Northeastern Mennonite Conference. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 3 October 2022, from

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