Introducing the Anabaptist Network

In his post on January 20th, Benjamin Anderson asked for ways we could act on the ideas and values discussed on this blog. Here’s one suggestion: the Anabaptist Network.

In the last few months, I’ve posted some information about a developing networking project aimed at helping Mennonite young adults (a generally transient group) to better connect with each other and with the broader church. We’re starting with a group on Facebook (yes, Facebook) and exploring the idea of a web site, as well. If you have a Facebook page, come find us, and if you don’t, just know that you no longer need an email address with “.edu” in it to sign up for Facebook. We have no idea where it will go, but the project is building on the frustration of talking so much about issues within the church without any tangible ways to address those frustrations. We’re trying.

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2 Responses to “Introducing the Anabaptist Network”

  1. Amy Says:

    What about a YAR webring? I’m sure many of you have your own blog (or am I the only dork?)

    I’m part of a webring women in ministry or exploring the call–it’s been great to read what they are thinking about and doing.

    I’ve been looking for a Menno webring, and haven’t seen one…

  2. Anabaptist Network gathering this weekend » Young Anabaptist Radicals Says:

    […] Lora introduced the Anabaptist Network here on YAR in January, but I thought it might be worth updating YAR readers on our sister organization. As of today we have 421 members on our Anabaptist Network Facebook group (link only works if you’re logged in to Facebook). […]

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