Mennonite-Related Groups

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==Mennonites around the World==
 
==Mennonites around the World==
 
Click on the country links below to learn more about where Mennonites live around the world, or read the [[#History|history section]] below to learn more about general Mennonite history.
 
Click on the country links below to learn more about where Mennonites live around the world, or read the [[#History|history section]] below to learn more about general Mennonite history.
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* [[Argentina]]
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* [[Bahamas (Independent and Unaffiliated)]]
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* [[Belize]]
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* [[Bolivia]]
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* [[Brazil]]
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* [[Canada]]
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* [[Colombia]]
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* [[Costa Rica]]
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* [[Congregación Evangélica Anabautista Menonita en Cuba|Cuba (Congregación Evangélica Anabautista Menonita en Cuba)]]
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* [[Dominican Republic]]
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* [[Iglesia Evangélica Menonita Ecuatoriana, Ecuador|Ecuador (Iglesia Evangélica Menonita Ecuatoriana)]]
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* [[El Salvador]]
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* [[Guatemala]]
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* [[Haiti]]
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* [[Honduras]]
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* [[Jamaica Mennonite Church|Jamaica (Jamaica Mennonite Church)]]
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* [[Mexico]]
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* [[Nicaragua]]
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* [[Iglesia Evangélica Unida Hermanos Menonitas de Panamá|Panama (Iglesia Evangélica Unida Hermanos Menonitas de Panamá)]]
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* [[Paraguay]]
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* [[Peru]]
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* [[Puerto Rico]]
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* [[The Mennonite Church of Trinidad and Tobago|Trinidad and Tobago (The Mennonite Church of Trinidad and Tobago)]]
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* [[United States]]
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* [[Uruguay]]
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* [[Venezuela]]
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 11:19, 30 July 2009

While the term Mennonite-Related Groups is somewhat ambiguous, on the Global Anabaptist Wiki, it refers to groups (other than Beachy and Old Order Amish, Hutterites, or Brethren in Christ) who originated in Central Europe in the 16th century and either remained in Western and Central Europe or immigrated to the Eastern United States in the 18th and 19th centuries. Because of Mennonite evangelism and local grassroots Anabaptist movements in the 20th century, Mennonite-related groups exist today in North America, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Asia.

Click on the following link to learn more about other groups in the Anabaptist Family.

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Mennonites around the World

Click on the country links below to learn more about where Mennonites live around the world, or read the history section below to learn more about general Mennonite history.

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