Below are some additional resources to learn more about what Mennonites believe and how they practice their faith.
- Who Are the Mennonites? This short video produced by MennoMedia and Mennonite Church USA briefly introduces Mennonite beliefs and history.
- Quienes son los menonitas? Same video as above in Spanish.
- Who are the Mennonites? Same video in American Sign Language (ASL)
- Mennonite Church Canada offers several informative videos.
- The Spread of the Anabaptists explains different Anabaptist groups and gives a short history of Anabaptism in the United States.
- “The Anabaptist Vision” is a sermon by Harold S. Bender from the 1940s. In it, Bender touches on key points of Anabaptist theology and history.
- “Mennonites 101” on the quirks and culture of some Mennonites, by Katie Steckly, host and producer of a video series, on YouTube, “Katherine the 19th.” Used by permission, of course!
- Church Matters podcasts, 15 minutes each, are produced monthly on a variety of topics. They are hosted by Mennonite Church Canada.
- Wikipedia: A perspective on Mennonites and Anabaptism from a resource not associated with the Mennonite church.
- Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia: The Mennonite Encyclopedia, updated and expanded online.
- Mennonite Church USA: The denomination’s website includes a short “Who we are” section along with a list of Mennonite churches and publications, staff, and more.
- Mennonite Church Canada: The denomination’s website includes links to CommonWord, a bookstore and resource center for Anabaptist resources in Canada.
- Mennonite History: This website offers useful links and a short explanation of Mennonite history and philosophy.
- Mennonite Central Committee: This inter-Mennonite organization is dedicated to worldwide relief and development. Its website introduces MCC programs and the general purpose of the organization.
- Mennonite Creation Care Network: Provides an overview of Mennonite views on the environment and sustainability along with current stories about what Mennonite organizations are doing to promote sustainability today.
- The Naked Anabaptist: The Bare Essentials of a Radical Faith by Stuart Murray (2010)
- An Introduction to Mennonite History by Cornelius J. Dyck (1993)
- Through Fire and Water: An Overview of Mennonite History by Harry Loewen and Steve Nolt (2010)
- No Permanent City: Stories from Mennonite History and Life by Harry Loewen (1993)
- Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective (1993)
- This Confession of Faith is available here in 11 languages—German, Spanish, French, Dutch, English, Russian, Vietnamese, Laotian, Hmong, Korean, and Chinese; all but Korean and Chinese are downloadable
- Practices: Mennonite Worship and Witness by John D. Roth (2009)
- Who Are the Anabaptists? Amish, Brethren, Hutterites and Mennonites Donald B. Kraybill (2003)
Pamphlets and brochures:
- What Is an Anabaptist Christian? by Palmer Becker (2009)
- Also available here as a curriculum in English and the pamphlet is available in 10 languages as a download.
- What Makes a Mennonite is available in English, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Chin, Vietnamese, Korean, and Hmong (all downloadable).
- Who Are the Mennonites? brochure is for education in a congregation or a simple way to learn more about Mennonites.