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'''Chiesa Evangelica Mennonita Italiana (The Italian Mennonite Church)''' was established as an official member of Mennonite World Conference in 1981. However, the Mennonite presence in Italy reaches back to the post-World War II era. The Italian Mennonite Church began primarily through Virginia Mennonite Conference missions and outreach.
 
'''Chiesa Evangelica Mennonita Italiana (The Italian Mennonite Church)''' was established as an official member of Mennonite World Conference in 1981. However, the Mennonite presence in Italy reaches back to the post-World War II era. The Italian Mennonite Church began primarily through Virginia Mennonite Conference missions and outreach.

Revision as of 14:12, 10 December 2014

Italian Mennonite Church
Italy map.png
Google Maps, 2014.

Location

Sicily and Bari regions, Italy

Date Established

1981

MWC Affiliated?

Yes

Number of Congregations

5 (2014)

Membership

No information

Chiesa Evangelica Mennonita Italiana (The Italian Mennonite Church) was established as an official member of Mennonite World Conference in 1981. However, the Mennonite presence in Italy reaches back to the post-World War II era. The Italian Mennonite Church began primarily through Virginia Mennonite Conference missions and outreach.