Who are the mennonites?

Mennonites are a Christian faith group that began in the 16th century. Currently there are over one million members world-wide. Mennonite beliefs and practices vary widely, but following Jesus in daily life is a central value, along with peacemaking. Menno Simons was an early prominent leader and eventually the group became known as "Mennonites" because of his name.

Here is a helpful video that gives a short introduction to Mennonites.
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Who are the Mennonites?

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