Conference Related Ministries

Black Rock Retreat
1345 Kirkwood Pike Quarryville, PA 17566
800-858-9299
info@blackrockretreat.com
Black Rock is a non-profit Christian facility primarily providing retreat facilities for use by Christian churches and organizations. Black Rock Retreat also offers a summer camp for youth, a ropes course, an outdoor education program for Christian schools and Elderhostel programs for senior adults.

Camp Deerpark, Inc.
200 Brandt Road, P.O. Box 394 Westbrookville, NY 12785
845-754-8669
info@campdeerpark.org
Camp Deerpark is a ministry of the New York City Mennonite Churches, founded in 1969. The mission is to empower youth to serve Christ in the city. Located in the lower Catskill Mountains, the camp has year-round rental facilities for other Christian churches, individuals, and families. The summer program includes a “Sleep-away Camp” for inner-city children and youth.

Camp Hebron
957 Camp Hebron Rd. Halifax, PA 17032
800-864-7747
hebron@camphebron.org.
Changing lives since 1957, the Camp Hebron Camping and Retreat Ministry offers a variety of overnight camps and year-round events for all ages where people connect with God, nature, and each other. Summer camps include horsemanship, soccer, canoeing, rock climbing, backpacking, nature, dance, drama, and more.

Choice Books
121 S. Main St. Manheim, PA 17545
717-665-3933
info@pa.choicebooks.org.
Choice Books is a direct-store-delivery (DSD) vendor of inspirational, wholesome, and family-oriented operating through a network of independent regional distributors working cooperatively through a central office located in Harrisonburg, VA. The mission and vision is to share the good news of Jesus Christ in the general marketplace through providing inspiring and wholesome reading materials for shoppers across the United States.

Eastern Mennonite Missions
50 West Brandt Blvd. P.O. Box 458 Salunga, PA 17538
717-898-2251
info@emm.org
EMM is an Anabaptist mission agency supported primarily by approximately 170 congregations in Lancaster Conference of the Mennonite Church USA. Other churches, conferences, and agencies in North America also participate in the mission including 100 other churches from Good News Fellowship and Atlantic Coast, Franklin, and New York Mennonite conferences. EMM Equips, sends and supports more than 200 workers in 40 countries, focusing particularly where the church is weak or nonexistent.

Friendship Community
1149 East Oregon Rd. Lititz, PA 17543
717-656-2466
office@friendshipcommunity.net
Friendship Community is a non-profit, Christian ministry serving people with developmental disabilities. Friendship Community offers residential services, training in daily living skills, and social services.

Garden Spot Village
433 S. Kinzer Ave. New Holland, PA 17557
717-355-6000
info@gardenspotvillage.org
Garden Spot Village is a non-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community with an emphasis on creating an environment of fellowship and caring. Garden Spot Village offers carriage homes, cottages, apartments, assisted living, memory support, skilled nursing households, adult day services.

Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust
6133 Germantown Ave. Germantown, PA 19144
gmht@meetinghouse.info
GMHT is the site of the first permament settlement of Mennonites in America called “The Gateway of American Mennonitism,” through which most North American Mennonites have symbolically passed.

Harmonies Workshop
34 W. Eby Rd. Leola, PA 17540
717-656-2749
office@harmonies.org
Harmonies Music Ministry is committeed to creating new Christian music resources for the church worldwide through performance, resource development, leadership training, and product creation.

Kairos School of Spiritual Formation
2160 Lincoln Highway East #13 Lancaster, PA 17602
717-669-2957
office@KAIROSjourney.org
As a Christian organization with Anabaptist roots, Kairos provides programs in spiritual formation and spiritual direction from September to May in weekend retreats. People are invited into prayer and contemplative living in the world. The campus is located at the Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth in Wernersville, PA. Other opportunities include day retreats and experiential prayer sessions in congregational settings.

Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society 
2215 Millstream Rd. Lancaster, PA 17602
717-393-9745
lmhs@lmhs.org
The LMHS mission is to educate and inspire Mennonite families, congregations, and the broader community through promotion of the history, beliefs, and lifestyle of the Mennonite expression of the Anabaptist tradition. LMHS offers educational programs and a library/archives, bookstore and museum. (intro video)

Lancaster Mennonite School
2176 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, PA 17602
717-299-0436
thomasjr@lancastermennonite.org
LMS offers a PreK-12 comprehensive education in a nurturing and diverse environment that prepares students to be lifelong learners. Centered in Christ and committed to educational excellence in a community setting, the school exists to transform students so they can change our world through Christ-like love, peacemaking, and service. The school serves over 1600 students at four campuses: Kraybill Campus, Grades Prek-8; Lancaster Campus, Grades 6-12; Locust Grove Campus, Grades PreK-8; New Danville Campus, Grades PreK-6

Landis Communities
1001 E. Oregon Rd. Lititz, PA 17543
717-381-3526
contact@landiscommunities.org
Landis Communities is an umbrella organization dedicated to serving aging adults and their families by honoring and enriching their lives in communities of Christ-like love. Landis Homes, home to 800 retired persons living in cottages, apartments, suites, personal care and healthcare, is the largest of these entities. Nearly an additional 100 persons are served on a weekly basis in one of the two Adult Day Services centers on the campus, surrounded by farmland that is part of an agricultural preserve. A special care center serves persons with memory loss and their families. Landis at Home offers services to persons in their private homes. The Children’s Learning Center provides childcare for infants through preschool all through the year. Additional housing options are being explored with the goal of making access to quality housing options available to a larger group of people both in terms of needed services and financial situations.

Steeple View Lofts is another part of Landis Communities.  It provides market rate rental loft apartments in the heart of downtown Lancaster, providing another options for retirement living.  In addition, Welsh Mountain Home is a part of the Landis Communities family. For 90 years, they have been providing personal care in a rural setting above New Holland.  Recently Welsh Mountain Home has embarked on a new effort, Mountain View Terrace, which will provide 36 apartments for those age 62+ who have very little income

Laurelville Mennonite Church Center
941 Laurelville Lane, Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666
800-839-1021
John@laurelville.org
Laurelville Mennonite Church Center was founded in 1943, and is a 600 acre camp, conference and retreat center located at the foot of the Laurel Mountains of southwestern Pennsylvania. Our year-round programs, services and facilities are available to churches, synagogues, schools, service clubs, families, individuals, non-profit organizations, and businesses.

Mennonite Home Communities
1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601
717-393-1301
mhash@mennonitehome.org
Mennonite Home Communities is a premiere continuing care retirement community located in Lancaster County, PA, providing care to senior adults with a tradition of care spanning 100 years. Services include cottage and apartment residences, assited living, health care, and rehabilitative therapies. The community is made up of a Residential Campus, called Woodcrest Villa, which features villas and apartments, and the Care Campus, Mennonite Home. Both campuses provide beautiful accommodations and a perfect location where everything is just down the street.

New Holland Early Learning Center
18 Western Avenue, New Holland, PA 17557
The New Holland Early Learning Center was founded in 1981 as a ministry of the New Holland Mennonite Church to families in our community as a drop-in day care. Today, the center provides care, a nurturing environment, and a Christian education for approximately 90 children from six weeks to sixth grade. Our team is highly dedicated to providing a nurturing, Christ-centered environment that meaningfully impacts the children’s intellectual, emotional, and spiritual growth.
717 354 4440
www.creatingcommunityforkids.com
wcoleman@nhelc.org

New Person Ministries
PO Box 223, Reading, PA 19607
610-777-2222
http://newpersonministries.org/
NEW PERSON MINISTRIES, INC. is a nonprofit ministry providing prisoner reentry services through the New Person Center transitional residential housing program.  For three to four months, men returning from incarceration live in our facilities as we walk along side them as they reintegrate into society.  We serve a God of redemption and second chances and are blessed to Christ’s ministry of reconciliation at work on a daily basis.

No Longer Alone Ministries
630 Janet Ave. Lancaster, PA 17601
717-390-4891
blong@nlam.org
Inspired by Christ’s love, No Longer Alone provides professional services that build hope and empower individuals and families experiencing mental illness. This is done through REACH: mobile psychiatric rehab services, Paths to Discovery Support Groups, and a Family Support Group.

Reservoir Hill House of Peace
2401 Eutaw Place Baltimore, MD 21217
RHHP (the Baltimore Discipleship Center prior to 2003) is a ministry operated by North Baltimore Mennonite Church (NBMC). The mission of RHHP is to provide a community rooted in Christian values where persons of diverse cultures and faiths learn from each other and engage the surrounding neighborhood. Core values include: service, simple living, peace and reconciliation, cultural exchange, and spirituality. RHHP is a community house for: persons committed to the mission, brethren volunteers, and asylum seekers who are participants in NBMC’s asylum seekers housing network (ASHN). Contact Joel Weaver for more information jkweaver81@gmail.com.

Tabor Community Services
308 E. King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602
Tabor Community Services helps Lancaster County, PA residents by teaching them the skills they need to solve their housing and financial problems. Tabor has helped families find these solutions since 1968. Whether a client needs to move from a shelter or pay off a difficult mortgage, Tabor is there to help.

Tel Hai Retirement Community
1200 Tel Hai Circle, P.O. Box 190 Honeybrook, PA 19344
610-273-9333
jswartz@telhai.org
Tel Hai Retirement Community is a nationally accredited, nonprofit provider of services for senior adults. For over 50 years, they have provided health care, housing, and services to enhance residents’ quality of life. Continuum includes cottage and apartment residences, assisted living, Adult Day Services, health care, rehabilitative therapies, and child day care services.

The City School (formerly Philadelphia Mennonite High School)
860 N. 24th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130
(215) 769-5363
krista@cityschool.org
In 2014 Philadelphia Mennonite High School merged with The City School. Our collective mission is to train students’ minds, disciple their hearts and bring light to the city—one child at a time. For 35 years, our commitment to this mission has guided us as we prepare students to thrive in school, in college, at home and in life. We accomplish our mission by remaining steadfast to our five core commitments to Jesus, shalom, the city, excellence and accessibility. Because of Jesus, we are committed to shalom in the city through excellent and accessible education.

The Shalom Project
PO Box 1132, Lancaster PA, 17608
267-222-0730
nathan@shalomlancaster.org
The Shalom Project is a one year voluntary service program for college graduates in Lancaster, PA. Participants live together in intentional community in a house in Lancaster city, serve full-time in professional internships in a variety of local organizations, and engage in activities aimed at personal growth and Christian spiritual formation. We cover all of our participants’ living expenses, including housing, transportation, and food. Our hope is that participants experience God’s shalom (wholeness, peace, well-being) personally and extend shalom in the Lancaster community during their year with us.