THE HUB IN ROME

Ends of the Earth Network

High level description of The HUB in Rome…

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The Agape Center

Agape Center Description…

First Mennonite Church was founded in 1824. The Anabaptist movement was in full motion, and a group of young pietists were sent to our area for the first time to establish a Mennonite community.

In those early years this new community became known as a people who genuinely loved one another and loved their neighbor, a value we still aspire to today.

Over the years, First Mennonite Church has baptized men and women, new members have been born, old ones died, we’ve built buildings, and watched them burn down.  At the end of the day we are are simply a community bound together by our pursuit of following the man, Jesus. In Him, we find our identity, and our mission.

The Shalom House

Shalom House Description…

First Mennonite Church was founded in 1824. The Anabaptist movement was in full motion, and a group of young pietists were sent to our area for the first time to establish a Mennonite community.

In those early years this new community became known as a people who genuinely loved one another and loved their neighbor, a value we still aspire to today.

Over the years, First Mennonite Church has baptized men and women, new members have been born, old ones died, we’ve built buildings, and watched them burn down.  At the end of the day we are are simply a community bound together by our pursuit of following the man, Jesus. In Him, we find our identity, and our mission.

Migrant Outreach

Migrant Outreach Description…

First Mennonite Church was founded in 1824. The Anabaptist movement was in full motion, and a group of young pietists were sent to our area for the first time to establish a Mennonite community.

In those early years this new community became known as a people who genuinely loved one another and loved their neighbor, a value we still aspire to today.

Over the years, First Mennonite Church has baptized men and women, new members have been born, old ones died, we’ve built buildings, and watched them burn down.  At the end of the day we are are simply a community bound together by our pursuit of following the man, Jesus. In Him, we find our identity, and our mission.