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19 examples of  mennonite  in sentences

19 examples of mennonite in sentences

The German colonists consist principally of Mennonites and Lutherans.

In the afternoon they arrived at another Mennonite colony, Schรถnweise, where they had a short interview with Pastor Obermanz and a few of his flock.

This is even the case in some districts among the Mennonites.

Schmidt had a manifest unwillingness to interpret all I wanted to say, because it did not accord with his own sentiments, and he feared it might strengthen the people in those views from which the Mennonites would draw them.

First came emigrants, "honest miners," "cow-boys," and laborers; Irishmen, Germans, Welshmen, Mennonites from Russia, quaint of garb and speech, and Chinamen.

HOHMANN, WALTER H. The Mennonite hymnary.

Board of Publication of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America (PCW); 26Dec68; R451663.

The Mennonite hymnary.

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The Mennonite hymnary.

HOHMANN, WALTER H. The Mennonite hymnary.

Board of Publication of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America (PCW); 26Dec68; R451663.

The Mennonite hymnary.

pb id='507.png' /> MENNONITE CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA.

The Mennonite hymnary.

" "If I was going to be a minister, I would find out the poorest sect in the country, the one that all your genteel folks turned up their noses atthe Winnebrenarians, or the Mennonites, or the Albrights, or something of that sort.

What possible need can there be for thirteen different kinds of Baptists, and twelve kinds of Mennonites, and eleven kinds of Presbyterians, and seventeen kinds of Methodists, and twenty-three kinds of Lutherans?

Similar efforts were made by the Mennonites, the Dukhobors, the Hutterites, the Mormons in North America.

MENNONITES, a Protestant sect founded at Zurich with a creed that combines the tenets of the Baptists with those of the Quakers; have an episcopal form of government, and maintain a rigorous church discipline.