Welcome to Rochester Mennonite Fellowship

In-person worship services start at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings with an option to attend via Zoom. Please note that this Sunday, September 24, there will be no worship service here.

If you are interested in joining us on Zoom, please email us at contact@rochestermennonite.org.

Rochester Mennonite Fellowship has been a congregation in New York State’s third largest city for over 30 years. All who desire to follow Christ in the context of a Christian community are welcome to participate fully in the life of the congregation, regardless of ancestry, nationality, class, faith background, abilities, educational level, gender, or sexual orientation. You can find us on www.gaychurch.org. Please click on the “About Us” link on the menu bar to read more.

Please visit our Contact us page to see ways to send us a message.


Regular Sunday Morning Worship begins at 10am.

During the regular school year, Sunday School for all ages begins at 11:15 am after worship services.

Notices and reminders

To read the full text of these news items, check the “News” item on the menu bar. For more information about any of these items, please email us at contact@rochestermennonite.org.

  • Inclusion Statement
    RMF Statement for the Brethren Mennonite Council: In this time when some congregations within Mennonite Church USA are debating whether the word“inclusive” applies to members of the LGBTQIA+ community, Rochester Mennonite Fellowshipaffirms its longstanding position that our community excludes no one from joining because of theirgender identity, sexual orientation, race, disability, economic status or other … Read more
  • Special offering
    June Special Offering is to help with Immigration Fees.  Special offering can be given during our regular Sunday worship or you can give your offering directly to Jen Carter, our treasurer.  
  • Land Acknowledgement
    The congregation of Rochester Mennonite Fellowship meets on the traditional homelands of the Onöndowa’ga:’ or Seneca People.* The Seneca Nation and Haudenosaunee Confederacy survived genocide by European colonists but lost approximately 2.5 million acres through a series of illegal land seizures by the State of New York that violated three treaties concluded between 1784 and … Read more
  • Children’s Sunday School & Adult Education
    Children and Youth Sunday School is held on Sunday mornings after worship 11:15 – 12:00noon. The SHINE Sunday School Curriculum is used for children kindergarten through elementary school age at church and for use at home. Adult Education hour, discussing a variety of topics, is also held on Sunday mornings after worship at 11:15am – … Read more
  • Safe Ministry with Children and Youth Policy
    Safe Ministry with Children and Youth Policy Children are a blessing and it is our responsibility to provide a safe and nurturing church community for them to be a part of. Our Safe Ministry with Children and Youth Policy provides structure to facilitate this.