Category: General

Pink Menno surprise action on Friday morning

Pink Mennos: It’s time to make our cause more visible at Mennonite Church USA Convention. We’re planning a surprise action for Friday morning (July 5). Come to the hospitality space (here: 10pm tonight to join. Please share widely and

Phoenix T-shirts

It’s only a few days until we gather for convention and I know you have all been anxiously waiting to see what the t-shirts look like this year.  Well I’m happy to say that Pink Mennos will once again be

Four years later and still here

It has been nearly four years since I first considered walking away from the Mennonite church. The urge came on a Wednesday night, the June after my high school graduation, sitting in youth group preparing for another MCUSA convention.  It


The MCUSA Conventions have forced me to think about identity. During my teenage years, the MCUSA Conventions played a central role in how I came to understand my identity as a Mennonite in the larger context of the denomination. It

Pink Mom

I am going to Phoenix 2013, in the heat of mid-summer. You heard me right. I am a middle aged woman voluntarily going to Phoenix, Arizona in the Middle of Summer. I’m going to be so hot I will be

Strangers and aliens no more

After many planning phone calls and much discernment, the Pink Menno leadership team is excited to announce a theme of: Strangers and aliens no more: one humanity, for the Phoenix 2013 convention. This theme draws from the Ephesians 2:14-22 being

We Will Be Okay: what my youth taught me about the future of the Mennonite Church

I returned from Pittsburgh with, like many convention goers, quite a mixed array of experiences, thoughts, and emotions to process. I was energized; I was exhausted, having had the honor of attending convention as both a high school youth sponsor

Convention, Day One

Whew! It’s been a LONG day working for PinkMenno at the Pittsburgh MCUSA convention, but a lot of progress has been made. We’ve been equipped with bracelets, scarves, stickers, and roughly 400 folded shirts bearing four fabulous designs. The hospitality

your resident ethnographer

Dear Pink Mennos, Hi! I just arrived in Pittsburgh and I’m writing with a quick introduction. My name is Stephanie Krehbiel, and I’m a doctoral student at the University of Kansas in the Department of American Studies and the Department

One Voice CD available

Pink Menno is happy to announce the release of the first installment of the One Voice project. For more info and previews of the songs, check out the One Voice page. To buy the album, go to the Pink Gear