Introduction to Rochester Mennonite Fellowship

Rooted in Christ, sustained by community, seeking justice and peace

111 Hillside Avenue Rochester, NY 14610
Phone: (585) 473-0220

Handicap Accessible Facilities

We are Rochester Mennonite Fellowship. We have been a congregation in New York State’s third largest city for almost 40 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. Read more about us, including our mission statement and our core values statement. You can also check us out on Facebook.

Who are Mennonites? This 4-minute video has some answers to get you started. You can also read more about Mennonites at the official website of our denomination, Mennonite Church USA, or at these non-official sites: Mennolink and Third Way Cafe.

We are a member congregation of New York Mennonite Conference. Its website has more information, including a list of other congregations in New York State.

Regular Sunday morning worship begins at 10 am.

Education Hour begins at 11 am (for all ages), during the regular school year. We love kids, and keeping them safe is a priority for us. To this end, we have a comprehensive policy that we uphold and review annually. 

Please call ahead, send email to the address above, or check our calendar to see if our schedule has changed for any particular Sunday or to find out what’s coming up.

Our church family at our annual retreat at Beaver Camp in upstate New York, October 2012: