Current mission projects of PSMC and our member churches:
Anabaptist Resource Center
We are working to create a center for resourcing and training of Anabaptist leaders. We hope to have a physical space for connecting by developing a ministry hub for Mennonite agencies throughout PSMC. Vision is for space that can support conferences, youth rallies, gatherings/seminars, and office space.
Full Circle Thrift
Visit Full Circle Thrift’s Facebook page for latest updates: www.facebook.com/FullCircleThrift
Vision is to create a not-for-profit business as a funding stream to support the Anabaptist Resource Center and other PSMC ministries. We want to create a business that will model our values of supporting the community through employment/training opportunities, sustainable practices, and community building.
Is a peace center in Los Angeles that equips Korean church leaders to serve in ways that promote unity, forgiveness, and peace. ReconciliAsian aims to educate and to promote the culture of peacemaking and reconciliation within the Korean community through the church. The primary goal of the center is to encourage and equip Korean churches with peace theology and peacemaking skills that can promote conversation, participation, and cooperation.
For more information, visit reconciliasian.com.
Doctrine of Discovery Education
“In the name of Christ…”
For more than five centuries, the Doctrine of Discovery and the laws based upon it have legalized the theft of land, labor and resources from Indigenous Peoples across the world and systematically denied their human rights. This Doctrine originated with the Christian church in the 15th century. It is now the church’s responsibility to undo it.
PSMC’s Church Planting
Throughout PSMC we are cultivating the seeds of church planting. Our conference’s perspective on church planting is that churches plant churches, yet as a conference we strive to create a nurturing environment for growth. We offer leadership support, start-up grants, coaching, and spiritual care for the development of emerging communities.