Hymns unite Swiss Reformed and American Anabaptists in Leola

 

Twenty people from Switzerland, mostly from the Reformed Church tradition, gathered with a wide variety of U.S. Anabaptists for worship. The event brought together Amish; Wenger, Groffdale and Weaverland Old Order Mennonites; members of Mennonite Church USA and other faith traditions.

Source: Hymns unite Swiss Reformed, Anabaptists | Mennonite World Review 

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