Atlanta Mennonite Fellowship partners with these organizations in various ways.
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Alterna is “an experiment in Christian missional living, welcoming the stranger and offering hospitality to Jesus who often visits us as an unauthorized immigrant from Latin America.” AMF supports Alterna financially, one of our members serves on Alterna’s board, and we have partnered with Alterna for a variety of events.Visit the Site
We rent space from this Quaker congregation and fellowship and work together around our shared commitment to peace and social justice.Visit the Site
Berea is another Mennonite Church USA in Atlanta, with whom we work to support the Peach Cobbler Relief Sale and other ministries and events.Visit the Site
“What would happen if Christians devoted the same discipline and self-sacrifice to nonviolent peacemaking that armies devote to war?” AMF supports this organization financially.Visit the Site
This joint MCUSA/PCUSA ministry is “a faith-based network of six cities providing opportunities for service, learning and leadership development within the urban context.” AMF rents a house to one of DOOR-Atlanta’s “Dwell” units, has a member on DOOR-Atlanta’s board, supports DOOR financially, and enjoys interacting with DOOR participants in many ways.Visit the Site
An offshoot of Alterna, this organization provides a hospitality house in Lumpkin, GA for families and friends visiting loved ones detained at Stewart Detention Center, a for-profit detention center holding approximately 2,000 men in deportation proceedings. Members of AMF are on the board of directors and spend many weekends serving as hosts. AMF also supports this ministry financially.Visit the Site
GPJC aims to promote peaceful alternatives to war and violence, and to provide leadership in nonviolently opposing wars and policies of aggression and domination. Members of AMF helped found GPJC in 2002.Visit the Site
This organization “seeks to make undergraduate education possible for qualified students who were studying in Iraq, are unable to continue their education because of the violence, and intend to return and contribute to the rebuilding of Iraq.” AMF contributes financially to this project.Visit the Site
This is the primary Anabaptist service organization, operating globally since 1920. “Around the world, MCC shares God’s love and compassion in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.” AMF helps raise money for MCC through the Peach Cobbler Relief Sale.Visit the Site
AMF continues to support this ministry financially now that most of its work is in Baltimore. While it was located in Atlanta, we made sandwiches that the Open DOOR served to the homeless community, and held joint services with their congregation.Visit the Site
This week-long camp seeks to “introduce middle-school-aged children (ages 10-14) to a wide variety of peacebuilding, social justice, and civil rights activities and inspire them to consider how they can make a positive difference in their world.” An AMF member is the cofounder of this camp.Visit the Site
This annual auction of quilts, hand-made furniture and crafts is held the third weekend in September at the state fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia. Proceeds go to the work of MCC (above). AMF helped begin this sale in 2000. Many of us create items for sale, volunteer in numerous ways before and at the sale, and of course, spend our money for a good cause at the sale.Visit the Site
The Supportive Communities Network is a network of Mennonite and Church of the Brethren communities who publically affirm gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual members. As a member congregation, AMF endeavors to be a safe space for lgbt people and their families and supports the full participation of lgbt Christians in our community and in the larger church.Visit the Site