The Congregation of Prairie Street Mennonite Church is composed of many different, friendly people who enjoy worshiping together, good music and monthly potlucks. Many are involved in the local community and with local Mennonite organizations. The church itself has a long history and has been at the same address on Prairie Street since 1871. Prairie Street hosts a Mennonite Voluntary Service unit – the Jubilee House, and is a member of Mennonite Church USA and Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference.
Our Pastoral Team includes Carolyn Gardner Hunt, Frances Ringenberg, and Transitional Pastor Steve Thomas. They receive faithful support from Joy Detweiler our Administrative Assistant. Find out more about our staff.
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"Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you." Isaiah 60:1 You are invited to join us at Prairie Street Mennonite Church for an Easter Sunday celebration, Sunday, April 1. There will be an Easter breakfast in the Fellowship Hall...read more
The visitation for the Brent Eash family is taking place this evening in spite of the weather. Visitation will be from 4:00-8:00pm, today (Friday) at Prairie Street Mennonite Church. The memorial service for Brent will be on Saturday morning at 11:00am. There will be...read more
Several special events are taking place at Prairie Street over the holidays. Saturday, December 23 at 5:30pm: "Ray of Hope", a candlelight vigil remembering victims of gun violence in Elkhart, will take place at Prairie Street Mennonite Church. A brief program in the...read more
On Sunday, October 29, Prairie Street Mennonite Church was pleased to host the 5th Sunday worship service of the Elkhart County Interdenominational Ministers Alliance. Elder George Bostic, Jr. was the speaker and there was a variety of music shared from the different...read more