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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On Sunday, August 6, 2017, Prairie Street Mennonite Church celebrates the legacy of John and Salome Funk, founders of Prairie Street church (1871) and prominent leaders of the Mennonite denomination. Historian Rich Preheim will speak at 9:30am and 11am, followed by a...read more
This Sunday, July 16, 2017, we will have an informal time of song and sharing in our Fellowship Hall. Please plan to join us at 9:30am for coffee, singing and sharing of stories. Pastor Nelson Kraybill and others will share stories from the Mennonite Church Convention...read more
Alan Kreider funeral bulletin Alan Kreider's Memorial service, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, Prairie Street Mennonite Church.read more
ROSS RYAN RINGENBERG February 23, 1983 – December 6,2016 Ross Ryan Ringenberg, 33, of Elkhart, died peacefully Tuesday, December 6 at Western General ICU Edinburgh, Scotland. He was traveling with friends in Scotland when he became ill. Despite increasing physical...read more