Mission Statement

Lebanon Mennonite Church is focused on “Witness, Invite and Nurture”.

We are Witnesses of God’s immeasurable love and grace, we Invite others to join us in our faith journey and we work intentionally at Nurturing each other in faithful discipleship, living a holistic Christ-centered lifestyle, being good stewards of God’s gifts and creation, and being a missional church.

Who we are


Lebanon Mennonite Church (LMC) is a gathered group of Christ’s followers committed to walking together in this journey of life.

LMC is a Christ-centered church of sisters and brothers united together in a faith journey, seeking a life of service to each other and our community.  We believe that God calls us to a life of servanthood modeled after the life and teachings of Jesus as depicted in the Bible.

We also believe that the biblical story brings us hope and that Jesus’ teachings are applicable for our culture today.

Local History

LMC began in 1957 and was formed by a volunteer of people serving the Lebanon Community Hospital (LCH) who wished to have a local place to worship.

LMC has always had a strong connection with the local health care and surrounding community.  In the early years, the Pacific Coast Conference of the Mennonite Church provided leadership to the local Lebanon Hospital.  When the new hospital was opened in 1952, the Mennonite Board of Missions was contracted to give oversight. By the 1970s Mennonite Health Services was hired to provide governance coverage for LCH with numerous members serving on volunteer governing boards.

Today congregational members still serve on the Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital (SLCH) Board of Directors.