Green Patchwork Congregations Active in 2017

These are the congregations we have heard from in the past year. If your church should be on this list and isn’t, you can fill us in using our liaison update form. Or send an email to

Mennonite Church Canada

Mennonite Church USA

Extra Flavor: Other Countries, Denominations, Kinds of Communities

Liaison Update Form

Congregations Previously Active

Mennonite Church Canada

  • Manitoba – Winnipeg – Charleswood Mennonite Church
  • Manitoba – Winnipeg – Fort Garry Mennonite Fellowship
  • Manitoba – Winnipeg – Home Street Mennonite Church
  • Manitoba – Winnipeg – Hope Mennonite Church
  • Ontario – New Hamburg – Hillcrest Mennonite Church
  • Saskatchewan – Drake – North Star Mennonite Church
  • Saskatchewan – Osler – Osler Mennonite Church

Mennonite Church USA

  • Florida – Gainesville – Emmanuel Mennonite Church
  • Iowa – Iowa City – First Mennonite Church of Iowa City
  • Illinois – Normal – Mennonite Church of Normal
  • Indiana – Elkhart – Sunnyside Mennonite Church
  • Indiana – Goshen – East Goshen Mennonite Church
  • Indiana – Goshen – Pleasant View Mennonite Church
  • Indiana – Goshen – Yellow Creek Mennonite Church
  • Kansas – North Newton – Bethel College Mennonite Church
  • Kansas – Wichita – Lorraine Ave. Mennonite Church
  • Maryland – Cumberland – Pinto Mennonite Church
  • Maryland – Hagerstown – Hebron Mennonite Church
  • Minnesota – Mountain Lake -Iglesia Evangélica Ágape
  • New Mexico – Carlsbad – Carlsbad Mennonite Church
  • New York – Rochester -Rochester Area Mennonite Fellowship
  • Ohio – New Carlisle – Huber Mennonite Church
  • Ohio – West Liberty – Oak Grove Mennonite Church
  • Oklahoma – Mustang – Metro Mennonite Church
  • Oklahoma – Oklahoma City – Joy Mennonite Church
  • Pennsylvania – Akron -Pilgrims Mennonite Church
  • El Salvador – San Salvador – Grace Communion

Liaison Annual Report

  • Please check our listing of Green Patchwork Congregations at and verify that your entry is correct.
  • Tell us how to correct it.
  • Do you have a creation care page on your church website? See example. See example
  • If you do not have a page devoted to creation care, list the home page of your congregation's website.

    Making sure we have multiple emails from each congregation will help us keep in contact if a liaison’s email changes. We also think it is important for the staff of member congregations to be informed about MCCN’s work.
  • For example: The pastor most involved in creation care or the chair of your leadership team.
  • People who have agreed to let you add their names and emails to MCCN’s E-newletter list.

    8. Below are the categories of church life that MCCN’s Greener Congregation Scoresheet invites congregations to reflect on. Mark the creation care areas that have received attention at your church in the past year. Check the links to see what each category refers to. Note that the “Imagine that…” statements are challenges, not things you need to have achieved in order to check that box.