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14367 Hackett Rd
Kidron, OH 44636
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Phone: (330) 857-8222
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E-mail: sonnenbergmc@embarqmail.com
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Welcome to Sonnenberg Mennonite!


The purpose of the Sonnenberg Mennonite Church is to establish and nurture Christian life by providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, instruction, witness and service under the Lordship of Jesus Christ and led by the Holy Spirit, in response to God's love in Christ Jesus and in accord with the testimony of the Scriptures.

Our Commitment as a congregation is to grow spiritually through personal reading of God's Word, meditation and prayer, walking in close relationship with Jesus the Word; to be a loving and forgiving community of faith.

Sonnenberg Mennonite Church began when four families from Switzerland came to this community in 1819 seeking religious freedom and economic opportunity.  With the arrival of a larger number of Mennonites in 1821, congregational life developed.  They met in homes until 1834.  The first meeting house, a log structure, served also as a school house.  A second building was erected in 1861, and a third meeting house was constructed in 1907.  The new 1989 facility is combined with the Fellowship Hall which was originally built as a church school.



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