People all over the world are different. Anyone who finds friendliness in a foreign land experiences grace and safety. God is always a secure place, precisely because we cannot see him with our own eyes. God gives us his grace even when we do not immediately realize it. God opens the door for every stranger – HOSPITALITY comes from God and so we too want to be hospitable.
For many years, the Berlin Mennonite Church did not have its own building. Not until the end of the 1950s could our congregation, with the help of Mennonites abroad as well as other Christian denominations, acquire the building that now serves as sanctuary, garden, and guest accommodation: the Menno-House.
The Menno-House is a place of home for us. It is a space of comfort, a space of fellowship, of peace, and of celebration. Here, we come together in order to hold worship, to rest and to play sports, and to hold conferences and celebrations. It is not just “our” Menno-House, but also a “home for many.”
A “home for many”
The rooms in the Menno-House are available for conferences and other uses. Large and small Christian groups and individuals can also spend the night there. You can receive more information from the building’s caretakers Kerstin and Stefan Flex at 49 30 7725058 and email@example.com.