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Mennonite investigator sent to jail after refusing to testify in Robert Ray death penalty hearing

A 67-year-old Mennonite woman spent a second day in the Arapahoe County jail Tuesday after she refused to testify for the prosecution in a death penalty case. Greta Lindecrantz on Tuesday morning was found in contempt of court after she told District Judge Michelle Amico she would not answer questions in the witness stand because […]


Teaching Conscientious Objection (via The Mennonite)

What can congregations and youth sponsors offer youth that these young people will not get anywhere else? Sharing our church’s historic teachings on conscientious objection to war falls squarely into this category! [read more]


BMC’s New Pastor

Boulder Mennonite Church announces its call to Randall Spaulding as our new pastor, as determined in a congregational meeting on Sunday, November 5, 2017. We anticipate a start date in January 2018. Randy brings pastoral leadership experience in the Mennonite Church, expertise in music and worship, and years in chaplaincy ministry, which have deepened his gift for pastoral […]


BMC hosts demonstration in support of universal health care

Boulder Mennonite Church hosted a solidarity event with the Millions Marching for Medicare 4 All movement on Monday, July 24th 2017 from 5-7 pm. With about 25 demonstrators from the church and the local community in attendance, the event received much visibility and popular support at the corner of Table Mesa and Broadway. The event […]


Delegates accept Future Church Summit report

In Saturday’s final delegate session, July 8, Samuel Voth Schrag, a member of the Mennonite Church USA Executive Board and chair of the resolutions committee for Orlando, introduced a resolution on the outcomes of the Future Church Summit. The resolution was tested by the design team who planned the FCS and the Executive Board, he […]


Mennonite Church to divest in protest of Israeli policies

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Mennonite Church USA voted Thursday [July 6, 2017] to sell its holdings in companies that profit from the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories, the latest American Christian group to do so. [read more at The Washington Post]