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==History==
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==Overview==
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The Beachy Amish Mennonites form part of the Anabaptist denomination with links to Old Order Amish Mennonites, which are the one of the most conservative groups between all Anabaptist-Mennonite ideologies. It was founded in 1992 by the Irish-American William McGrath, who after being involved in World War 2, started to establish Mennonite churches and fellowships worldwide.He established churches in different parts of the world such as Germany and Switzerland, but according to his faith he decided to bring the Mennonite fellowships close to his old ancestors. The only Amish presence in Ireland is found on the Dunmore Amish Beachey Fellowship were they support the 1632 Dordrecht Confession of Faith and maintained different practices and beliefs from other Mennonite groups. and also maintained a set of distinctive practices and limits on lifestyle choices. They are a very conservative modern group that is rooted in other Old Order Amish groups. The Beachy Amish Mennonites moved out of this Old stream in 1950 as a consequence of the interest in automobile ownership and other ideologies that involved the contribution to population growth Anderson (2001)Also on his visions on gender roles, way of dressing and engagement with the scripture. Service programs have maintained the Beachy Amish denomination connected with other churches such as: The Ambassadors Amish Mennonite, Marantha Amish Mennonite, Barea Amish Mennonite, Mennonite Christian fellowship and the Midwest Beachy Amish Mennonite.
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==Key Individuals in the Life of the Church==
 
==Key Individuals in the Life of the Church==
 
==Electronic Resources==
 
==Electronic Resources==

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xxxx is xxx associated with Mennonite World Conference. In 200x, xx had xx congregations and xx members.[1]

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Overview

The Beachy Amish Mennonites form part of the Anabaptist denomination with links to Old Order Amish Mennonites, which are the one of the most conservative groups between all Anabaptist-Mennonite ideologies. It was founded in 1992 by the Irish-American William McGrath, who after being involved in World War 2, started to establish Mennonite churches and fellowships worldwide.He established churches in different parts of the world such as Germany and Switzerland, but according to his faith he decided to bring the Mennonite fellowships close to his old ancestors. The only Amish presence in Ireland is found on the Dunmore Amish Beachey Fellowship were they support the 1632 Dordrecht Confession of Faith and maintained different practices and beliefs from other Mennonite groups. and also maintained a set of distinctive practices and limits on lifestyle choices. They are a very conservative modern group that is rooted in other Old Order Amish groups. The Beachy Amish Mennonites moved out of this Old stream in 1950 as a consequence of the interest in automobile ownership and other ideologies that involved the contribution to population growth Anderson (2001)Also on his visions on gender roles, way of dressing and engagement with the scripture. Service programs have maintained the Beachy Amish denomination connected with other churches such as: The Ambassadors Amish Mennonite, Marantha Amish Mennonite, Barea Amish Mennonite, Mennonite Christian fellowship and the Midwest Beachy Amish Mennonite.

Key Individuals in the Life of the Church

Electronic Resources

Citations

  1. "2006 Mennonite World Conference Directory for Asia/Pacific," Mennonite World Conference. http://www.mwc-cmm.org/en15/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13&Itemid=16 (accessed 17 June 2009).

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